Peking Pork Wraps

Pork Loin with Hoisin Sauce Wraps
Pork Loin with Hoisin Sauce Wraps
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Ingredients

2 small Cucumbers thinly sliced
½ tsp Sugar
Kosher Salt to taste
Black pepper to taste
1½ lb thin Pork loin boneless chops
1 tsp Sesame oil toasted
3 Green onion thinly sliced on an angle
8 Tortillas
8 tsp Hoisin sauce

Nutritional information

578
calories
26,7g
fat
32,9g
carbohydrates
50,8g
protein
136mg
cholesterol
304mg
sodium
Ingredients

Peking Pork Wraps

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These Peking Pork Wraps served in tortillas are absolutely divine. I like to cook universally inspired dishes sometimes to encourage my family to try different flavors and open them up to the tastes of different cultures. This recipe quickly became a weekly favorite with its juicy tender pork wrapped in soft tortillas with cucumber slices, toasted sesame oil, thinly sliced green onions and a hoisin sauce, that when put together, make a completely authentic dish for you to serve. 

To make Peking Pork Wraps, you will need the following ingredients:

Ingridiens for Peking Pork Wraps

So, how to make Peking Pork Wraps? 

Steps to make Peking Pork Wraps

1

Dress cucumbers

2

In a medium bowl, add cucumbers, sugar and ¼ teaspoon salt and toss to coat and combine. Set aside.

2

Season pork

2

Season pork by rubbing generously with sesame oil and ¼ teaspoon salt and pepper each, all over.

3

Cook pork

8

Heat a grill or grill pan to medium high and grill pork for 3-4 minutes per side until cooked through and reaching 145 °F in the center.

4

Warm tortillas

2

Wrap tortillas in damp paper towels and microwave on high heat for 2 minutes until warm and pliable.

5

Drain cucumbers

1

Drain cucumbers from marinade.

6

Slice pork

2

Evenly and thinly slice the rested pork.

7

Prepare wraps

1

Evenly divide pork slices among the tortilla and top with dressed cucumber and green onion slices.

8

Add hoisin sauce

2

Drizzle 1 teaspoon hoisin sauce over and roll tortillas to wrap closed.

9

Serve

Serve with additional hoisin sauce for dipping, if you wish.

No need for takeout anymore, you can now make your own Asian inspired Peking Pork Wraps and impress all your guests. A special recipe to serve at special events and special occasions. Did you enjoy making them? Let us know and tag #cookmerecipes online to share your experience with us!

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Athina

I love it! So delicious!

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