Fettuccine with Five-Spice Pork and Carrots
Don't be tempted to cook the pork tenderloin any longer than specified, or you'll risk losing its juicy tenderness. By the time you combine it with the hot carrots and sauce and toss it with the pasta, it will be perfectly done.Plus: More Pasta Recipes and Tips
A dry but aromatic white wine will work nicely with the light pork as well as the assertive flavors of the fresh ginger and the Chinese spices. Try a dry Riesling either from Alsace in France or from California.