A fast and easy marinated pork tenderloin recipe!

30 min. 1 serv.
30 ratings

Make a succulent pork tenderloin marinade for tonight’s dinner! Our marinated pork tenderloin is paired with zucchini, celery root, and a cauliflower purée. Letting your pork marinade in soy sauce for 20 minutes will bring a unique flavor and help keep the meet juicy.

Once you’ve tried marinating your pork, let us know how you like it in the comments below!

Gluten Free icon Paleos icon


7 Oz Pork, marinated with soy sauce
2 Oz Soy sauce, (can be replaced with tamari)
1 Cup Zucchini, thinly sliced
1 Cup Celery root
1/4 Tsp Grape seed oil
1 Cup Cauliflower


step #1

Are you looking for the perfect piece of pork? Learn how Chef Verati chooses a piece of pork!

step #2

In a small sized bowl, marinate pork and soy sauce for 20 minutes.

step #3

In a hot non-stick pan, add grape seed oil, pork, and pepper; let sear.

step #4

When the pork is almost cooked, set it aside on a plate.

step #5

In the same hot non-stick pan, add zucchini; let cook.

step #6

When the zucchini is cooked, set aside on the same plate as the pork.

step #7

Lastly, in the same pan again, reheat celery root and cauliflower puree.

step #8

Ready to serve!


30 ratings

Did you know?

Soy sauce is one of the world’s oldest condiments and has been used in China for more than 2,500 years. The delicious condiment is made from fermenting a combination of mashed soybeans, salt, and enzymes. Due to the long fermentation process, soy sauce is believed to offer digestive tract benefits. The popular condiment can be found in many dishes and marinades for pork tenderloin, chicken, and more!

If you’ve enjoyed our marinated pork tenderloin recipe, then be sure to try some of our other marinades: Chipotle Marinated Meat Recipe, Caper Marinated Meat Recipe, and Ginger Pickle Marinated Meat Recipe.

Other recipes you'll love