Get you some Vitamin C with that meat!Every evening Justin and myself have a drink, me: a glass of wine, him: a flavorful cocktail often containing vodka. I tried to get Justin to try orange juice with his mixed drinks. He was resistant and insisted he didn't like screw drivers.
Well i was cocky, and was sure he did [and perhaps didn't realize it] But upon making a lark pitcher of orange juice from concentrate, I realized something insane, he doesn't like screw drivers.
A few weeks passed, and i`d forgotten about the orange juice in the fridge. When rediscovered it had began to get that slightly fermented flavor, and I knew that neither of us would possibly drink it. But orange juice isn't really cheap. even in the frozen concentrate you shell out a whopping $2.50.
Here is a recipe I made for using orange juice [even when its on its way O.U.T.]
1tbsp vegetable oil
1/4 cup soysauce
2 tsp. worchestershire sauce
1/2 yellow onion
4 cloves garlic
Thumb size piece of ginger [finely shredded on cheese grader]
- Pour vegetable oil in pan, add onions to hot oil, allow onions to soften, add garlic, wait till it is aromatic.
- add orange juice and begin to simmer for 3 minutes, stirring occasionally,
- add soy-sauce, ginger, pepper, vinegar and Worcestershire sauce. allow this to simmer for another 3 minutes.
- add cornstarch to cold water, mix thoroughly and slowly stir this into mixture.
- Allow this to cool and add two porkchops. Marinade over night.
- Next day pour marinade into small sauce pan, boil with one cup white rice. once boiling pour mixture into baking pan. Place porkchops on top and cover with foil.
- Now bake for 20-30 minutes, after 20 check rice and pork. [when finished i garnish with green onions for color]
- Serve with a side of veggies or a fresh salad YUM!