I bought a marinade that I really enjoyed . . . except for the burning stomach it caused. Why? Not sure. Probably coconut aminos, one of those things I should be able to eat but can’t. So the quest is . . . duplicate the taste without upsetting my gut. What I’ve got is really close and delicious.
This is a one-person recipe because I like sauces and spices and Wadly likes simpler stuff.
- 1 medium tomatillo
- 1 tbsp garlic/onion oil (I make it because I love the flavors)
- 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar
- 2 tsp brown sugar
- 2 tbsp bone broth
I process it with an immersion blender. You could do the same thing with a blender, it’s just more things to wash when you’re done.
Cube the pork and dump it in a bowl with the marinade. Stir.
Do your veges . . . broccoli, carrot (saute these two while cutting up the other veges), yellow onion, bell pepper (I used green and orange), mushrooms (I used shiitake).
Add the remaining veges to the carrots/broccoli. Cook until al dente, transfer to a bowl.
Add the pork and marinade to the pan. Cook until mostly done. Add the veges back to the pan and finish cooking.
It’s simple and really good!