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Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Wordful Wednesday

So I racked my brain for a WW post and came up with nothin! I haven't posted a recipe in awhile so this is what you get. A yummy wordful (mouthful) Wednesday.
I like to expose my kids to different tastes from around the world and show them how good and different foods can taste. Tonight I got a wild hair and decided to make this........
Garam Masala roasted Pork Tenderloin with couscous and corn. It turned out so good and it was sooooo easy to make. 5 minutes prep time cooked on low for 2 hours.
Here's how
1 pork tenderloin any size. Mix the garam seasoning (1 tbsp), garlic salt(1/4 tsp.) and pepper (1/4 tsp) on a sheet of foil and roll the tenderloin in it. Put it in the oven covered and bake at 300 degrees for 2 hours. Uncover the last 15 minutes and prepare your couscous and veggies. Mine just happens to be corn because that's all I can get my kids to eat! The older kid loved it, the little ones weren't too hip on the spices, but hey, they tried it! Enjoy. For more wordful's head over to Angie at 7 clown circus.

26 comments:

  1. My husband and I recently had couscous for the first time and we liked it. I'll have to get the garam marsala. I havent ever cooked with it before. I like your blog and your dudes are really cute.

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  2. Sooooooo. When can I come to dinner?? That looks so yummy!!

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  3. I'm droolin' over here!!!

    PS...love the snowlady below too.


    My Wordful is posted now. Thing is, the photos aren't of good quality this time since I had to photograph them through the dining room window.

    Happy Wednesday to you.

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  4. That looks very good! I abused, I mean, FED, my kids with a beef stuffed baked eggplant dish last night. My husband and I thought it was very good... the kids only ate because I offered cupcakes for dessert. owell.. :)

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  5. My stomach just growled! Coincidence, I think not. :)

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  6. That looks fantastic!! I will have to give that a try next time we have pork!! (oh and I LOVE couscous!!)

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  7. This looks wonderful and I love pork tenderloin and cook with it often but never used the garam masala. I always wanted to though. Great reminder.

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  8. Ooooh all the spices sound so yummy!

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  9. You know, I love Garam Marsala, but I've never made Pork Tenderloin before. At least not that I remember. Guess I should break down and try it. LOL

    SITStah love!

    ~Shaye

    http://millermemoir.blogspot.com

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  10. Looks Good! Thanks for sharing!

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  11. That looks and sounds delicious! I haven't tried a port tenderloin in a while. You've inspired me :)

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  12. Great WW post and picture. That looks delish!!!

    Thanks for stopping by and entering my first giveaway. Good luck!

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  13. This looks SO delicious. I'm so glad this is what you came up with. I'm also glad you showed the bottle of Garam Masala so I know what to look for!

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  14. Great recipe! I'll have to try it. For Wordless Wednesday - it is a nice picture.

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  15. This is a great post - my son would love this! I might just be sharing my own pics of this sometime soon...

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  16. My mouth is watering and I think my stomach just let out a huge grumble! I've never tried couscous, may have to make that one of these days =)

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  17. Looks yummy!
    I hope I can find that sesoning.

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  18. Sounds good. I'll have to try it.

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  19. Mmmmmm, couscous. I think you're the one who got me hooked on the toasted pine nut one. Love that flavor.

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