It would appear March is coming in like a lamb which, according to the old saw means it should go out like a lion. We did have snow over the weekend but it didn't last very long at all and has all totally disappeared at the moment.
I made the Panchiladas for supper on Tuesday night. I have a few criticisms of the recipe, first the
By the way, I am reading The Green Mile by Stephen King. I love the movie so thought I would try the book. Enjoying it, but it is a tad long winded. I must say I am impressed that they stayed very close to the book in the movie, doesn't always happen as you know. It really is a good book, I have nearly finished it.
Can't go wrong with pork and ginger and peanuts..
Gingered Pork with Peanut Sauce
A complete meal, this skillet dish features stir-fried Thai-seasoned pork tenderloin pieces, popular Ramen noodles, and fresh spinach. Add only fresh fruit to the menu.
1 lb pork tenderloin
1 3-ounce package pork-flavored Oriental noodles
2 tsp vegetable oil
1/2 tsp red pepper flakes
1 tsp grated fresh ginger root
1/4 cup peanut butter
2 Tbs soy sauce
2 cups torn spinach, washed and drained
1/4 cup sliced green onions
1. Cut tenderloin into ¼-inch slices, cut each slice in half.
2. Cook noodles as directed on package; drain, reserving cooking water, and keep warm.
3. Heat oil in a heavy skillet over high heat; add pork, red pepper flakes and ginger.
4. Cook and stir until pork is done, about 4-5 minutes.
5. Remove pork and keep warm.
6. Blend peanut butter, ½ cup reserved cooking water and soy sauce; heat and stir until hot, adding more cooking water, if needed.
7. Toss cooked pork, noodles, spinach and green onions with peanut sauce.
Source: National Pork Board
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