For a nutritious grab-and-go meal on busy summer days, Diane Hixon relies on these hefty handfuls for her family in Niceville, Florida. “They’re so easy to make,“ she says. “And my kids prefer them to peanut butter and jelly any day!“
A honey-rosemary glaze delicately seasons pork tenderloin in this delightful entree. As elegant as it is easy, the main course is ideal for weekend dinner parties and weeknight suppers alike. Barbara Sistrunk of Fultondale, Alabama shared the recipe.
“I’ve been making this one-dish pork dinner for more than 20 years,” writes Lisa Thomason from Ingleside, Illinois. “And it’s always been a favorite. It’s fast, flavorful and easy to double for guests.” TASTY TIP: Use fresh ginger and more red pepper to kick up the heat; add shredded carrots for extra color.
I used to make a similar recipe with beef, but I switched to pork when we lived in Singapore for 3 years. Beef was expensive and not very good there. We like it so much with pork, we never switched back.