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Looking for a quick, hearty meal that will fill you up, and add lots of nourishing ingredients to your repertoire? This tasty meal can be eaten multiple ways, and make a great meal the next day as well.
Nourishment Bowls, also referred to as Buddha Bowls are packed so full of good ingredients and can be made in under 30 minutes. People of all ages will love the addition of this Smithfield Marinated Pork Tenderloin, encrusted in bacon and black pepper, that they will also love being introduced to ingredients like cabbage, carrots, mushrooms, and quinoa. That pork flavor really enhances the flavor of everything. Read more to learn what I used for this Nourishment Bowl, so you can make your own.
Basically, you choose your greens, veggies, grains, protein, and healthy fats, so you can really take this concept and run wild with it. Add your favorite ingredients, and for the most balanced dish, use at least one ingredient from each of those categories.
NOURISHMENT BOWL INGREDIENTS:
- Smithfield® Smoked Bacon & Cracked Black Pepper Tenderloin
- Quinoa (I used a boxed one with seasonings)
- Cabbage of your choice (I featured Savoy Cabbage and Purple Cabbage)
- Carrots (I used a peeler to prep them)
- Sliced Mushrooms
SMITHFIELD MARINATED FRESH PORK
Smithfield Marinated Fresh Pork Flavors Available
Sweet & Smoky Boneless Roast
Homestyle Boneless Roast
Hardwood Smoked Bacon & Cracked Black Pepper Tenderloin
Boneless Pork Shoulder Seasoned Carnitas
1.) Preheat oven to 425 degrees. If you want a darker color on the edges, seer the pork tenderloin on both sides for about 8-10 minutes. I used a lidded skillet because the bacon kind of pops a bit. That's just for safety reasons. I used tongs to flip the tenderloin a few times while cooking.
2.) Once you are happy with the color, transfer the tenderloin into a baking dish (use non-stick spray), and bake for about 25 minutes or more. At this point, you could also add chopped carrots and cabbage into your baking dish to get the full flavor of everything. I also covered the dish in foil to prevent more popping/spattering.
3.) Once pork is cooked thoroughly, remove from oven, and carefully transfer to a cutting board with the tongs. I then sliced the pork as thin as I could and got read to construct my Nourishment Bowl.
4.) In a wide bowl or really any container you wish, layer: cabbage
But wait, there's more!
Looking for a way to use these wholesome ingredients again the next day? Create a Jar Salad by layering quinoa, chopped (roasted) Smithfield Pork Tenderloin, Sliced Carrots, Simple Dressing of your choice, and Cabbage. Bring this to work the next day, pack it for a school lunch, or bring this awesome, nourishing meal on a road trip with you.