Dream Dinners: Sweet Korean Pork Tenderloin with Asian Vegetable Quinoa

Last night, despite a near oven disaster, we had our favorite Dream Dinners meal yet.  We love Asian inspired meals so we were really looking forward to the pork and quinoa dish.  I heated up the oven to 425 and prepped a roasting pan for the pork tenderloin.  I think I failed in letting too much liquid from the pork go on the pan and then over glazing the pork tenderloin.  I put it in the oven to cook for 30 minutes.  After 15 minutes, I noticed a burning smell.  I turned on the oven fan.  After 20 minutes, I noticed a bit of smoke, so I pulled the tenderloin out and switched to a different pan minus all the burnt juices.  Things went much better from there.  When the pork was done, I removed it from the oven and let it sit about 5-10 minutes.  Meanwhile, I poured the Asian vegetable quinoa in a pan with a little bit of water, heated it up, and cooked it with the lid on for about 5 minutes.  Mike sliced the tenderloin and we were ready to go.  We served the pork with the quinoa and put a little bit of glaze on the pork.  The pork was perfectly cooked and the flavor of everything was quite delicious.  We give this meal 5 stars and look forward to repeating it again.