Yield: Yields about 1 pound; enough for Singapore Noodles, plus leftovers for two.
This spiced pork tenderloin is a component of Singapore Noodles, but the leftovers can be eaten on their own with steamed bok choy and rice, or added to fried rice, sandwiches, soups, stir-fries, scrambled eggs or omelets. You’ll need to marinate the pork at least 6 hours, or better yet, overnight.
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Wonderful, complex flavor from a very simple marinade. Great in the Singapore noodles, but equally good sliced with Napa cabbage salad and sides. Rarely have leftovers. Anneg
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