This is an author's post, written by me on behalf of Farmer John California Natural Fresh Pork for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
This is an author's post, written by me on behalf of Farmer John California Natural Fresh Pork. All opinions are 100% mine.
Hello! I have a quick and tasty recipe of the week. And I'm trying something new, but I had a few taste testers, and they still receive feedback that it’s delicious! This Teriyaki pork sheet dough recipe gathers about 30 minutes and requires only a few ingredients. I think this is a great idea for a weekly lunch, right?
I used to make pork in crocots. But I wanted to try something new (and something that prepared faster). But the dirty 88 dishes don't really seem like a good idea if you want a FAST recipe, right? Thus, only 1 pan for protein and vegetables is used for this. You can connect it with rice or any other that you love now.
Rice is my favorite carburetor, which you can eat before long tracks and races. I am a “salty sweater,” meaning — I feel I have a lot of salt in my sweat when I run, so I found good rice and soy sauce before the warm weather helps me feel balanced. But do what works for your body.
- 1 Farmer John® Pork Spoon
- 16 oz. fry vegetables (broccoli, carrots, onions, etc.)
- 12 oz. Teriyaki Sauce
- 20 ounces. sliced pineapple (canned in juice)
- Green onions
- Boiled rice
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Leaf pan with foil and spray with non-stick coating.
Cut the pork into thin slices (the thinner you cut it, the faster it will cook).
Seasonal pork with salt and pepper. Mix with teriyaki sauce 1/2 teriyaki sauce.
Seasonal vegetables with salt and pepper. Spread on pan with pork. Cover with pineapple slices.
Bake for 15 minutes. Somersaults Cover with the remaining teriyaki sauce and bake for another 10-15 minutes or until cooked.
Plate with steamed rice and top with green onions and additional teriyaki if desired.
Oh, and Sriracha – I always head this type of food with a lot of Sriracha!
This post is in partnership with Farmer John Fresh Pork – The company has been on the west coast since 1931. And I learned something funny when I looked at their product page … they also make puppy dogs – my dad is obsessed with them, so I had to tell him. They also have ground pork, which you can use in place of beef or chicken in some of your recipes.
Quick recipe tips:
Use your favorite fried or seasonal vegetables. Be sure to chop the pieces that are cooked at the same time as the pork.
Cut the pork ahead of time and marinate with teriyaki sauce overnight. (I used a plastic bag the size of a gallon.)
Do this to prepare meals from portions in microwave safe containers for dinners and lunches.
Change the teriyaki sauce for barbecue sauce.
For more recipes and information, visit Farmer John California Natural Fresh Pork.
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