Keto Marinated Asian Pork Tenderloin


Pork tenderloin in the slow cooker is a budget friendly and time saving dinner option. This freezer friendly keto pork tenderloin is marinated in a sugar-free, low carb Asian sauce as it slowly cooks in a crock pot for several hours.

plated of sliced marinated keto pork tenderloin next to cauli rice and broccoli slaw

This keto slow cooker Asian pork tenderloin recipe is a budget friendly option that will easily feed a hungry family of four and still give you leftovers for lunch the next day.

Pork tenderloin is marinated in all of your favorite Asian flavors and cooked slowly in a crock pot while you are working or enjoying life.

Come home to the house filled with delightful smells of dinner cooking. Serve the sliced marinated pork tenderloin over cauliflower rice or broccoli slaw.

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Keto Marinated Asian Pork Tenderloin In The Slow Cooker Ingredients

  • 1.5 to 2 pounds pork tenderloin
  • 1/3 cup liquid aminos or soy sauce
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 1/4 cup golden monk fruit or erythritol
  • 2 tablespoons sesame oil
  • 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 1 tablespoon dry mustard
  • 2 teaspoons minced garlic
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons black pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes

Keto Marinated Asian Pork Tenderloin Directions

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The slow cooker is a useful appliance to have if you are on a keto diet and like to meal prep.

As a working mom and wife that has to feed three hungry boys, I’m always on the hunt for easy keto recipes that don’t require a lot of time. Many of my favorite recipes can be made in a crockpot.

I try to have freezer friendly keto recipes prepped ahead of time that can be thawed the night before and thrown in the slow cooker before I leave for work. After an 8 hour shift, you come home to your house smelling amazing and dinner is ready to serve!

This recipe will be ready in 3-5 hours depending on the thickness of your pork tenderloin. If you are slow cooking this recipe while you are at work, it’s best to use a slow cooker with a timer and warmer setting. This will allow you to cook the marinated pork tenderloin for the proper short cooking time and keep it warm until dinner is ready.

Dump & go freezer friendly keto dinner

keto marinated pork tenderloin freezer meal in the freezer

If you lead a busy life or have an active family, it’s a good idea to have freezer friendly keto meals on hand. That way when you are coming up empty on ideas for dinner or thawed meat ready to cook in the evening, you can prepare a keto freezer meal that you prepped ahead of time.

This recipe is a dump and go keto freezer meal. Meaning that you dump all the ingredients in a bag to freeze. When you go to cook your meal, you dump all the ingredients in a slow cooker and go on with your life. Hours later, you have dinner ready.

My favorite way is to the Asian marinated pork tenderloin is over broccoli slaw, cauliflower rice or shirataki rice.

My favorite shirataki rice is by Zeroodle.

It is very low in carbs and doesn’t have that weird smell or texture like other shirataki noodles have. The leftover sauce from the marinated pork tenderloin is delicious and you can spoon it over the broccoli slaw or cauliflower rice.

keto asian sauce over broccoli slaw

Keto meal prep tips

Meal prep is a often crucial factor to being successful on the keto diet.

You ways want to be prepared with healthy low carb foods to eat, so you don’t cheat when you are hungry.

Having freezer meals ready to go are a great way to ensure success and allow you to have dinner on the table when you have nothing else planned.

This is a slow cooker pork tenderloin recipe that you can prep ahead of time. You can even double or triple the recipe to make extras to store in your freezer. Add all of the ingredients to a Ziploc bag and store in the freezer or refrigerator to cook up later.

I love utilizing the slow cooker as a tool for getting dinner ready on busy weeknights. Recipe like this pork tenderloin allow me to dump all the ingredients in one pop, cover and let cook until I get home from work.

If you didn’t prep this keto dinner ahead of time as a freezer meal, a meal prep tip you can still implement is to add all the ingredients to your slow cooker liner the night before. Cover and store the crock pot in the refrigerator until you need to plug it in and cook it. Often the mornings can be a hassle to try to squeeze prepping the slow cooker with dinner. This will save you an extra 10 minutes in the morning.

Nutritional information & Macros

Nutrition Information

Keto Marinated Asian Pork Tenderloin

Servings: 6

Amount Per Serving
Calories 287
Fat 16.9g
Protein 32.4g
Total Carbs 2.7g
Net Carbs 2.7g

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  1. Worchestershire is full of sugar high fructose corn syrup etc. Do u have a sub for this. One carb per teaspoon and recipe calls for 2 T

    1. Not all Worcestershire sauce uses high fructose corn syrup. Some brands use molasses or cane sugar. Since it is 2 T spread over 6 servings, the sauce is adding 1 g carb per serving, which is a little under twice the amount the sugar that an avocado has in it (to put it in perspective). You could get away with using only 1 tablespoon or adding a splash of apple cider vinegar to give a slight tang.

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