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Broiled Soy-Glazed Pork with Rice and Asian Vegetables

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Thanks to the broiler's high heat, elegance is effortless -- and fast -- in our pork tenderloin with snow peas, bell peppers, carrots, and scallions.

Source: Everyday Food, April 2008
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Cook's Notes

Try to cut the bell peppers and carrots the same width as the snow peas; this way, all the vegetables should finish cooking at the same time. Instead of using a separate bowl to toss vegetables with seasoning, use the baking sheet they’ll be cooking on. You’ll save time and cut down on cleanup.

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  • joey.phillips
    13 NOV, 2008
    Fantastic weeknight meal! Easy and quick recipe that you could double or even triple very easily if you expecting guests. My wife wanted more.
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  • Cranberry07
    10 SEP, 2008
    YUMMY! This dish is delicious!! It is so easy to prepare and broil, a great last minute feast! I have made this for company as well as the whole family
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  • angiees
    4 SEP, 2008
    My whole family loved this recipe. It was so good that my 8 year-old asked for this meal again a couple of days later. My only suggestion is to add more vegetables than the recipe calls for. We did not have enough veggies for everyone the first time I cooked this meal.
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  • Robin_Bebo-Long
    24 APR, 2008
    I too love this recipe. Its easy and delicious. In fact I add a little bit of hot peppers and some ginger. The first time I made it I didn't have any honey so I used maple syrup. It was grand! I wonder if she took the time to half the meat lengthwise
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  • pimentoloaf
    21 APR, 2008
    We love this recipe. I have made it 3 times since the issue came and am making it again tonight. It turns out the same every time I make it. Unfortunate for the previous review, it's so good, she should try again. I add Chinese 5 spice powder to the veggies and serve with quinoa instead of rice. It's delicious.
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  • marnus
    3 APR, 2008
    This just didn't work out at all. The vegetables were not charred in spots, they were almost black - most of it was inedible - and the pork was still not finished cooking. This was after almost 2x the recipe's suggested cooking times. Finally I had to take the vegetables off for fear of completely turning them to ash, and the meat was STILL not cooked through. I returned it to the broiler without the vegetables, and it completely ruined my cooking sheet and my house still smells of smoke!
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