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Pronounced boon, it is a great Vietnamese meal!
Mix the ingredients for the pork marinade and, either in a bowl or Ziploc bag, add the pork and marinate for 15 minutes. Pour marinade into a small saucepan and set aside. Place tenderloin on a medium grill and BBQ for 15-20 minutes until just slightly pink inside and still nice and juicy. As the tenderloin is grilling, heat the sauce until boiling and reduce to syrup, about 4-5 minutes. Let the tenderloin rest for 5 minutes before slicing.
For the salad, mix the lime juice, sugar, boiling water, fish sauce, garlic and red pepper together and set aside. Soak the vermicelli in boiling water for 5 min. Drain and rinse under cold water. Squeeze well to get the water out. Toss with the dressing. Divide between 3 bowls. Divide the carrots, lettuce, cilantro and peanuts among the bowls, leaving them in little mounds. Divide the sliced pork and top the pork with the reduced sauce. Top with hoisin and Sriracha sauces to taste.
Adapted from a Canadian Living Magazine recipe.
The texture is absolutely perfect, creamy and rich. You should start with 1/2 cup of cheese and go from there. If you want it cheesier and richer like me, then you can and should add 1/4 cup more. This is one of those recipes I have pinned to my fridge so that I have it close in those lazy single moments haha.
Have 30 minutes? Then you can definitely make this crazy good recipe using everyday ingredients.
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