Save time and money with a cook once, eat twice meal strategy: Make a little extra with one meal for now, then transform those leftovers into a simple, quick meal for later in the week. Cook once, eat twice helps you make the most of value-sized packages of meat and other ingredients when they go on sale and takes care of a second meal on another busy night when you'd usually lean on takeout.
Start with pork tenderloins coated in BBQ seasoning for smoky-sweet flavor. Serve one tenderloin with roasted cauliflower, green beans, and red onion. Save the second tenderloin for gyros, or pita sandwiches, topped with store-bought tzatziki and cool, crunchy cucumber.
BBQ-rubbed Pork Tenderloin with Cauliflower and Green Beans
Use the second roasted pork tenderloin to make pork gyros with tzatziki and cucumbers. Slice pork tenderloin and ½ small cucumber. Divide pork and cucumber among 4 whole wheat pitas. Dollop each gyro with 2 tbsp prepared tzatziki.