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CalgaryTom
Posted: Jun. 24 2010, 21:48 ET


This is based on a recipe that I used to make pre-Dr. B.  I've modified it to make it compliant and its just as good as before.  People who enjoy spicy food will enjoy this.

- 400g pork tenderloin (any visible fat removed)

Marinade:
- 3 TBSP lime juice
- 3 TBSP sodium reduced soy sauce
- 3/4 TSP ground ginger
- 1 TBSP crushed red pepper flakes
- 3 cloves garlic, minced

Directions:
combine all the marinade ingredients.  Place pork in a large resealable bag; add 3/4 of the marinade.  Seal bag and coat Pork.  Refrigerate overnight, turning occasionally to coat Pork.  Cover and refrigerate remaining marinade for basting.

drain and discard marinade from bag.  Grill pork on BBQ over high heat for approx 20 minutes (or until internal temp is 160 deg F and juices run clear).  turn often and bast with reserved marinade.

[Yield: 4 Protein, 3 Tbsp Soy Sauce (1 Tbsp per day)]

SnapDragon_ca
Posted: Jun. 24 2010, 22:01 ET


sounds delicious, easy to make too.  Thanks, Tom.

MommyOf3
Posted: Jun. 25 2010, 00:23 ET


Sounds really yummy!   Oh and Tom I have been meaning to say to you it's long overdue for a before/after pic of you :;):  .

CalgaryTom
Posted: Jun. 25 2010, 09:39 ET


I'm going to take some photos this weekend and get them posted.

BrianB
Posted: Jun. 25 2010, 12:38 ET


Now that pork is allowed I created a new forum for it and moved this recipe there.  This sounds really yummy.  I can't wait to try it.

LoriS
Posted: Jan. 8 2014, 05:12 ET


I made this the other night - and yes it was spicy - but my husband who does not follow the plan loved it!  Great recipe - Thanks Brian!

Oddrose
Posted: Jan. 9 2014, 11:07 ET


That was very good - I normally use Sambal Oelek as a rub for tenderloin and it has a slightly different flavour but still spicy and delicious. Now I will have some variety in my tenderloins.