HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE!  New Years seems to be a time for Resolutions, but quite honestly, I never make them.  Unfortunately, most New Year’s Resolutions are never implemented.  The trick is to just add new self-improvement items on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.  One at a time would be much easier to do.  All that being said, I am making myself a promise that I will pay more attention to this blog and try to write something, if not daily then at least twice weekly.  And starting off will be a new series of ‘One Dish Meals’ or almost ‘One Dish Meals’.  The first one is my Pork Tenderloin Stir Fry that we had for dinner last night.  So, here goes!

Cut the Tenderloin in half lengthwise and rub with 2 Tbsps. of Granulated Sugar.  Let it sit for 15 minutes and then Slice the Pork Tenderloin into thin crosswise slices, being sure to cut against the grain.  Completely cover the Tenderloin pieces with the Marinade Mixture.  (see recipe) pork-tenderloin-stir-fry/ Cover and refrigerate for several hours or even overnight.


Marinating the Tenderloin Halves

Marinating the Tenderloin Halves


When ready to cook prep your Vegetables.  The Vegetables you use are a matter of personal choice.  Personally I usually like to use up what I have in the refrigerator.  If I don’t have enough of those certain Vegetables that I like in Stir-Fry then I will purchase more.  The Vegetables that I used this time were:

Shitake Mushrooms (any variety will do)




Snow Peas

Bean Sprouts


Red Bell Pepper (The colored ones are sweeter than the Green)


Stir-Fry Vegetables

Stir-Fry Vegetables


Clean the Mushrooms by wiping with a damp paper towel.  Remove the