Marinate in the fridge for anything from 24–48 hours. Remove the skin from the pork – or ask your butcher to do it – and discard. Rub the marinade off the pork, and transfer the meat on to a roasting tray along with 400ml of water. I think there are 2 types of cooks. I used slightly thinner pork chops (on sale) and marinated for 3 days. 5 Cook for four hours until it forms a dark crust and is completely tender. This Asian-inspired marinade pairs perfectly with pork -- turning into a sticky, spicy, sweet glaze when cooked -- but can also be used with chicken or beef. If your evening will be busy, get some of the prep work done the day before or in the morning by preparing your marinade. Before cooking the pork, you’ll marinate it for at least 30 minutes and up to overnight. This Easy Pork with Hoisin Sauce takes pork tenderloin slices and coats them with an easy hoisin sauce mixture. Mix together all the other ingredients to make a marinade and put this in a large Ziploc bag with the pork. The honey hoisin sauce coats the pork and brings a delicious sweet and savory flavor to this quick and easy dinner. Pork Tenderloin Marinade. Leave the fat on. It’s an easy 30 minute dinner idea. I didn't use the food coloring, and I was unexpectedly out of black bean garlic sauce so I added a bit of teriyaki sauce instead. 125ml hoisin sauce; 125ml dry sherry ; 2tsp five-spice powder; 3cm piece ginger, peeled and grated to a purée; Method . Pork: Purée garlic, ginger, hoisin sauce, fish sauce, honey, wine, chili oil, oyster sauce, and sesame oil in a blender until very smooth. Oh, how I wish I fell into that second group every once in awhile. The beauty of this recipe is that you can easily customize the vegetables for something else that you may have on hand. Those who follow a recipe, and those who can just “throw” dinner together. pork marinade - hoisin sauce (or soy sauce), liquid honey, dark soy sauce, garlic, green onions, and ground black pepper. vegetables - I used baby potatoes, apples, green beans, and onions, tossed in olive oil, Italian seasoning and salt. Pork Loin; Hoisin Sauce; Honey; Sweet Onion; Lime Juice; Rice Vinegar; Salt & Pepper; Either way, I know that when I am craving Asian food but I also want the kids to actually EAT their dinner, I turn to hoisin sauce and pork loin for the perfect combination of East-meets-West!