KID NOTE: Serve the sauce on the side for ‘dipping’.
VEGETARIAN TIP: Adjust the pork recipe to transform it into a seared eggplant dish. Pan sear eggplant slices until tender. Transfer to a plate and add remaining ingredients to the pan (except the cornstarch). Bring to a simmer and follow directions to thicken with cornstarch.
GLUTEN MODIFICATIONS: Use tamari in place of soy sauce and make sure your Worcestershire sauce is gluten free.
What can I substitute for the pork tenderloin?
You could use a pork loin or if you’re looking for something other than pork, bone in chicken breasts would work good too.
Is half a cup of Worcestshire sauce correct? That seems like a lot. Thanks!
Yes, it’s a lot but cooks down to a nice sauce.
Do you cover the tenderloin when you put it in the oven?
My whole family loved this meal, even the sauce. I made with bone-in chicken breasts instead of pork, but that was the only change I made. Delicious!
Pork was incredibly tender. I doubled both the pork and vegetables. Had enough leftovers to make a stirfry the next night, with nearly zero prep!