One Pot Pork and Rice

One Pot Pork and Rice

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Make a quick, easy, and healthy dinner with our One Pot Pork and Rice recipe. This recipe uses just one pot, so clean up is a breeze and has just a few simple steps. We used our mandarin teriyaki marinated…

Make a quick, easy, and healthy dinner with our One Pot Pork and Rice recipe. This recipe uses just one pot, so clean up is a breeze and has just a few simple steps. We used our mandarin teriyaki marinated pork tenderloin and an Asian vegetable mix for this recipe, which added an extra Asian flavor for the dish, but you can substitute other types of pork tenderloin and veggies to make this recipe your own. We do recommend using a long grain, “minute” type rice for this recipe to make cooking a snap. What do you think of this recipe? Leave us a rating – we’d love to hear what you think!

Ingredients

Prep Time

10 min

Total Time

25 min

Yield

Makes 4 servings
  • 1 Pork Tenderloin ( we used a LGCM Mandarin Teriyaki Tenderloin for this recipe)
  • 2 Tbsp Vegetable Oil
  • 1 cup Water ( or chicken broth)
  • 1 cup Rice ( use long grain, minute style rice)
  • 1 bag Frozen Vegetable Mix ( we used an Asian style mix)

Directions

  • 1

    Cut pork tenderloin into small cubes. Add oil to a large pot and heat over medium high heat. Sear the pork until browned on all sides.

  • 2

    Add water, rice, and vegetables. Stir together and bring to a boil. Once boiling, reduce heat to a simmer and cover.

  • 3

    Cook for about 10 minutes, until the rice has absorbed the water and is tender. Serve pork and veggies over the rice and enjoy!


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Recommended Pairings

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is a thin-skinned grape that produces light red wines. The best Pinot Noirs are fruity, earthy and spicy and very easy to drink!


Top Regions:

  • Burgundy, France
  • Sonoma, California
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Pairs great with:

  • Pinot Noir can work with a variety of foods from salmon to pork to mushrooms
 

Pale Ales

Pale Ales

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Pairs great with:

  • Spicy foods and funky cheeses

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