Salty pistachios make a delicious crust for lean pork tenderloin in this healthy dinner recipe. Easy to make, this pork recipe is also very versatile. Steamed baby potatoes simply seasoned pairs nicely with this main.
No need to stop for Asian takeout tonight. This dish hits all the sweet, salty and tart notes you’d expect from a decadent stir-fry – you’d never know it came out of your slow cooker! Serve over brown rice.
Bulgogi is a marinated Korean dish usually made with very thin slices of rib eye, but in our version we swap out the beef for pork tenderloin. Serve in lettuce leaves with cucumber and cooked rice, as shown here, or get creative with other toppings such as kimchi or sprouts.