Negimaki-style pork tenderloin

3
3
3
SmartPoints® value per serving
Total Time
20 min
Prep
12 min
Cook
8 min
Serves
4
Difficulty
Easy
The traditional Japanese preparation calls for broiled beef strips that are rolled up in fresh scallions. Our version uses pork tenderloin instead, which cooks quickly on a grill pan (this recipe can be ready in under half an hour!) and goes well with the sweet and savory, easy-to-make, five-ingredient marinade. To slice the pork tenderloin properly, angle your knife at about a 45-degree pitch, thereby slicing off a wider oval that will better hold the scallions in place.

Ingredients

low sodium soy sauce

¼ cup(s)

rice vinegar

1 Tbsp, unseasoned

dark brown sugar

1 Tbsp, packed

ground ginger

½ tsp

paprika

½ tsp, mild smoked

uncooked lean pork tenderloin

1 pound(s), sliced on an angle into 12 thin ovals

cooking spray

1 spray(s)

uncooked scallion(s)

8 medium, trimmed and cut into thirds

Instructions

  1. Mix soy sauce, vinegar, brown sugar, ginger and smoked paprika in a small bowl until brown sugar dissolves. Add pork to sauce, and toss to coat.
  2. Lightly coat a large grill pan with cooking spray and set over medium-high heat while you prepare pork.
  3. Lay a slice of pork on work surface, top with a few pieces of scallion (green tops may come apart as you slice scallions), and roll pork ovals around the vegetable. Continue making more rolls, then place all, seam side down, onto grill pan. Cook 8 minutes, turning once, until cooked through, brushing with any remaining marinade in the bowl. Serve at once.
  4. Serving size: 3 rolls.

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