Panko Crusted Pork with Wasabi Gingered Soy Sauce and Honey Roasted Root Vegetables January 7, 2012

Filed under: Uncategorized — dinnerexperiment @ 12:57 am

OHhhhhhh, yummer, loved this one. The pork was great on it’s own (but really, why?) but the sauce was over the top good. Very light, full of flavor, and really didn’t taste like wasabi (or which I am not a fan), but had such good taste. It would have been runny (not always the best quality in a sauce) but since you use the same pan and it still has little tidbits of leftover crunchy panko from cooking the pork in it, made it just enough texture. We all had second helpings, even the picky ones. Now I must admit, I have never even cooked a root vegetable (other than a potato), and when I told the family the name of the recipe they were all convinced they would hate them….. Lance kept saying “don’t ask, I don’t want to admit how good this is”, nice. The veggies we so fantastic, I could have had just that and nothing else for dinner.



3 Responses to “Panko Crusted Pork with Wasabi Gingered Soy Sauce and Honey Roasted Root Vegetables”

  1. Judy Says:

    Sounds fantastic, I will definitely try the veggies very soon. Love your comments!!

  2. Jane Says:

    The root veggies were awesome…loved it! Will definitely make again. Thank you Jill!

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