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Rotisserie pork tenderloin grilled and served with fresh vegetables over steamed rice.
I’m enjoying summer just as much as the next mom, but we all know schedules are fuller, the house a bit noisier, and the days a little longer. In the summer months, I have to be strategic about planning simpler, but still flavorful meals.
Summer brought a major shift in schedule, which meant a shift in meal prep. During the summer I plan lots of 30-minute meals that can be repurposed into to lunch the next day. One of my favorites begins with Smithfield Slow Roasted Golden Rotisserie Flavor Pork Tenderloin. Choosing a marinated tenderloin during busy summer cuts my meal prep time way down. The less I have to do the sooner I can get dinner on the table. Using Smithfield Marinated Fresh Pork doesn’t mean I sacrifice quality ingredients either. Smithfield Marinated Fresh Pork is made with real, all-natural ingredients including ingredients I can pronounce like pork broth, vinegar, salt and spices.
Smithfield offers a variety of marinated fresh pork options to create easy weeknight meals. The tenderloin is perfect for quick meals because it lean, tender and probably the most flavorful meat to cook with. Straight from the packing the tenderloin can go in the oven, crockpot, a frying pan or on the grill. Whatever flavor you choose and regardless of how you cook it, it’s delicious.
If you’ve never cooked a Smithfield Marinated Fresh Pork Tenderloin on the grill don’t worry… I’ll show you how easy it is. The recipe will show you the exact steps I use to make a Slow Roasted Rotisserie Pork Rice Bowl in about 30 minutes, but feel free to alter it to fit your taste. For my family of five, I only needed half the Smithfield Marinated Fresh Pork Tenderloin I bought at Walmart. I ended up using leftover to make pork fried rice for my lunch during the week.
Slow Roasted Rotisserie Pork Rice Bowl | Ready in 30 Minutes
The first thing I did was get my rice going and my filleted tenderloin on the grill. Then I was able to cut my peppers while the meat and rice cooked. My favorite fresh vegetables to use in my Slow Roasted Rotisserie Pork Rice Bowls, are jalapeño, and bell peppers. The combination adds color, spice, crunch and another layer of flavor to the tenderloin. You can really add whatever you want because you can go wrong with fresh vegetables and the rotisserie flavor of the tenderloin.
I cooked my filleted tenderloin, like Smithfield® recommends on their site, for about 5 minutes and until the internal temperature of 150˚F. Once the fillets were done I let them rest for 3-5 minutes before slicing and plating them.
You can’t go wrong with a Smithfield Marinated Fresh Pork Tenderloin and fresh vegetables. The fact that the meat is seasoned for you and the vegetables don’t need to be cooked is a win-win in my book! You can find a variety of flavors of Smithfield Marinated Fresh Pork at Walmart on the meat aisle.
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- 3 lbs. of Smithfield Slow Roasted Golden Rotisserie Flavor Pork Tenderloin (cut into 3/4' fillets)
- 2 cups of cooked rice
- 1 large green bell pepper sliced
- 1 large red bell pepper sliced
- 1 large orange bell pepper sliced
- 2 large jalapeno
- flax seed (optional garnish)
- cilantro (optional garnish)