"Recipes are meant to be shared"...Ann Thibeault

Saturday, February 04, 2012

Pork Tenderloin

 Pork Tenderloin served on a bed of baby spinach with a light mustard sauce 
and Parisienne Potatoes.


This is a very simple dinner.  
It doesn't take long to make, so it is perfect for a work night.
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Rub the pork tenderloin with fresh minced garlic and
season with salt and lots of coarse ground black pepper.
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While the oven is heating, peel a couple of Russet Potatoes and cut out balls using a melon baller.
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Add a little oil to a shallow roasting pan and place the tenderloin in a 450°F oven.  
The tenderloin should be done in about 25 minutes.  
Turn the roast once or twice.
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While the meat is roasting, cook the potatoes.

Heat butter and olive oil in a shallow skillet, add the potatoes and cook over low/medium heat until the potatoes are golden brown and tender.  
Shake the pan often so the potatoes brown evenly.
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Remove the meat from the pan and set aside to rest.
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Place skillet over medium high heat and add a cup of chicken broth and a teaspoon or two of Dijon mustard.  Mix a teaspoon of cornstarch with a little broth or water and stir into sauce.
(Optional: Squeeze of fresh lemon juice)
Simmer for a few minutes.
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Slice the pork tenderloin and plate, spooning a little of the mustard sauce over each piece.

ENJOY!!!!

13 comments:

  1. This looks SO good! I always look for easy meals to make during the week-looks like I've found one. What size pork tenderloin did you use? Also, did you remove the silver skin that often appears on the outside of the tenderloin?

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  2. Your dishes always look so appetizing. I need to think sauce more often.

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  3. Pork..garlic..Dijon..Le tout est parfait!

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  4. You definitely get the award for the best looking meals. Now if we could all share them with you....sigh.....

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  5. Omg...I am hungry now...very hungry!
    Did not even have breakfast yet!

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  6. You know how to bring pork tenderloin to new heights; looks wonderful; saving this one.
    Rita

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  7. Pork Tenderloin is a favourite here, usually with prunes and apples. I like the sound of this - a good way to use spinach too.

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  8. You may call this a simple dinner, but it's hard to imagine one more delicious. Love the sauce spooned over the pork and spinach.

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  9. We love pork tenderloin. Love the simplicity of this dish, but those potatoes... I'm such a spud lover. I've never made Parisian potatoes, and so I'm pinning this to remind me to try them. I never made a spud I didn't love. This is my kind of meal!

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  10. Your pork looks so succulent...and perfect! I want your whole meal!!! Ann, you put together such beautiful dinners~

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  11. I love the color of your pork!

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