Jonathan here with some Grilled Pork with an Asian Sauce.
I’m not sure if I’m ripping a new hole in the universe in the process, but I’m actually doing a recipe post. Can you believe it? Well, I love cooking pork. It’s generally less expensive than beef, more tender and harder to mess up. (Who likes their beef medium? Well done? Medium-well…?) I cook it all the same way and keep it simple. Anyway, I love pork.
I also love to grill, and I love spicy stuff, and this sort of go-to recipe combines a lot of my favorite things.
Before I begin, let me begin with some general, random tips for grilling the perfect meat.
- When possible, marinate at least two hours. Overnight is better. Covered and in the fridge. Yeah.
- Before you cook your meat, let it come to room temperature. It cooks more evenly.
- Use a good, hot grill. This is where a lot of folks err. I let my grill get super duper hot, preheating it for about 15 minutes before I put the meat on the grill. This gives the grates time to heat thoroughly, too. That makes for better searing and grill marks.
Okay, enough of that. On to the dish!
We enjoyed the leftover in our spicy ginger sauce noodles. Flavor on top of flavor.
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Have you tried a spicy ginger sauce?