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Easter Menu Main course 1: Surimi & Cheese stuffed Pork Tenderloin with Tonkatsu-sauce

April 27, 2011

Did you know that Surimi-sticks (imitation crab meat) is one of my favorite snacks? 😉 I don’t know if they are unhealthy or not, but I just like their sweet taste too much to drop them from my daily diet. So when I was looking for something to stuff my pork tenderloin, the decision was made for my beloved Surimi-sticks of course. Besides, I also used some processed cheese slices to give the whole dish a hearty flavor whereas the Tonkatsu-Sauce (Japanese BBQ Sauce) definitely tops the whole dish off. Yummy! ^^

And if you want more recipes of this year’s Easter Menu then click HERE

Ingredients: (for 4 portions)

For the meat:

2 pork tenderloins (trimmed and cut into 4 equal pieces)

8 (or less) Surimi sticks

8 (or less) processed cheese slices

salt

pepper

nutmeg

cinnamon

some toothpicks

For the sauce: (adapted from Worldcook)

300 gr tomato ketchup

6 tbsp soy sauce

6 tbsp mirin (cooking sake)

6 tbsp Worcestershire sauce

3 tbsp mustard

Directions:

For the meat:

  1. First of all, take your meat pieces and prepare it so that it is ready to be stuffed. Watch this video to see how it works (btw, that is NOT me in the video).
  2. Then combine some salt, pepper, nutmeg and cinnamon in a little bowl and season your meat from the inside.
  3. Now, for each tenderloin, take about 2 Surimi-sticks each wrapped with one slice of processed cheese and put it lengthwise in your prepared pieces of meat, but please do not overstuff them.
  4. Roll up your meat into roulades and fix with some toothpicks.
  5. Season with your spice blend again.
  6. Heat some oil in a non-stick pan and cook the pork tenderloins until they are tender, but not too dry. Flip occasionally.
For the sauce:
  1. Mix all ingredients together.
  2. Bring the mixture to boil for 1 min and serve with your meat.




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2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 7, 2012 3:32 am

    Lools pretty delicious keep it up buddy

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