Korean Kebabs Recipe
Chunks of pork tenderloin marinated in soy sauce, peanut butter, and sesame seeds star in these savory and succulent Korean-inspired kebabs.
I stuck to the recipe and it was okay. The meat was a little dry (despite not cooking the full 30 minutes) so I made another batch of marinade to use as a sauce. I agree with other reviewers that the sauce was okay but a bit bland, no zing factor. I think ginger & sesame oil would definitely help.
Great pork tenderloin! Didn't have enough soy sauce so used 1/3 of Worcester sauce. It made it awesome!
Tried this recipe for supper tonight. Per another reviewer's suggestion, I doubled the amount of peanut butter (Kirkland brand: only peanuts). I also added a teaspoon of sesame oil. Not a fan of zucchini, so used only red pepper, onion and mushrooms for veggies. Hubby BBQ'd the kebabs. We enjoyed them with a nice bottle of Niagara riesling gewurztraminer. Will definitely make these again.
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