Every summer I get just a little bit closer to mastering the grill. It’s like I’m slowly accruing experience points and when I made this pork tenderloin, it felt like a level up. Yes, I use this analogy quite often. No, I will not stop. That’s exactly what it felt like! It was perfectly cooked, guys. I took a bunch of pictures, but then I had to replace my phone, so I guess you’ll have to take my word for it. I made this with the intention of putting it in a pork fried rice (as in, it wouldn’t matter if I over-cooked it), but we ended up making a main dish out of it, using the leftovers for the fried rice. I highly recommend either way.
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I’m a terrible food blogger. The only thing I do consistently is forget to take pictures before stuffing my face. Only goes to show how much I love food though, right? This is my second time making these noodles and I feel like it’s getting better with every iteration. This dish is on the spicy side, but you can tweak it to make it less so. In fact, I think I even have to make it less so in the future, you know, so my 3 year old will actually eat it. Otherwise, I find the spice levels very tolerable, especially when eaten with the quick pickled veggies.
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