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#11 Sun 20 Jan 13 11:33am

cannyfradock

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Re: Pork Tenderloins

I posted this a while ago on the blog page.....Boned breast of lamb, wrapped around a pork tenderloin....turned out well

http://www.jamieoliver.com/bloggers/vie … 54#p480054

Terry

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#12 Mon 21 Jan 13 2:16am

SherylS

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Member since Wed 13 Aug 08

Re: Pork Tenderloins

I used to make a type of curry with pork tenderloin but haven't made it for years as I lost the recipe.  It had a tin of tomatoes, onion, garlic, ginger, turmeric and cumin and maybe other ingredients,  does this sound familiar to anyone??  crossed  crossed

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#13 Tue 22 Jan 13 12:19am

@nGoose1

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Member since Wed 28 Oct 09

Re: Pork Tenderloins

Pakman wrote:

I like to do medallion recipes simple and tasty.

This looks interesting....
Scroll down past the train wreck plated one to Medallions with prune calvados sauce.
http://theliteratechef.com/category/recipes/meat/pork/

This one sounds better then it looks
http://www.mysteryloverskitchen.com/201 … -with.html

This one looks yummy though
http://www.pink-parsley.com/2010/03/bac … -with.html

Yep the prunes one is , similar too the one my mother makes.Nice one.

Last edited by @nGoose1 (Tue 22 Jan 13 12:20am)

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#14 Tue 22 Jan 13 12:20am

@nGoose1

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Re: Pork Tenderloins

I used cummin coriander fennel around the last one I did, very nice it was too.

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#15 Tue 22 Jan 13 10:19am

dukegus

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Re: Pork Tenderloins

So many diversity for cooking pork fillet! It was very inspiring. I, like koukou, have only made JO's recipe which was amazing but I haven't got much experience.

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#16 Tue 22 Jan 13 11:21am

wine~o

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Re: Pork Tenderloins

Pork fillet stroganoff...

cut your pork into medallions, dust in flour seasoned with paprika, pepper and...salt..(As you are on a low sodium diet, don't add the salt)

fry the medallions off just to seal, remove / set aside.

one small onion, finely chopped, garlic either crushed or finely chopped, some sliced mushroom (I use organic Portabella)

Soften the onion and garlic in a litlle oil, increase heat, add mushrooms cook until softened, sprinkle over a little more paprika.. when the pan is back up to heat, return the pork to the pan, add a splash of brandy and let the alcohol burn off, add some double cream or creme fraiche..and cook till nicely hot.. at this stage you can add a squeeze of lemon juice if liked...
Taste the sauce and adjust the seasoning as necessary..

Serve with rice, possibly some green beans...add a sprinkle of flat leafed parsley if you want...

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#17 Sat 02 Feb 13 5:45pm

MsPablo

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Re: Pork Tenderloins

I"m off the low sodium diet now, probably should edit that from the original post.

Am hoping to make your stroganoff tonight wine~o.

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#18 Sun 03 Feb 13 5:02pm

wine~o

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Re: Pork Tenderloins

Let me know how it goes... wink

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#19 Sun 03 Feb 13 5:08pm

MsPablo

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Re: Pork Tenderloins

It turned out well!  I used sour cream. thumbsup

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#20 Sun 03 Feb 13 5:33pm

wine~o

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Re: Pork Tenderloins

Oh Good...And no one even died after eating one of my recipes....


...........That's a first  lol  lol

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