One of the best things about pork tenderloin is that it is budget-friendly and cooks quickly. This recipe calls for seasoning the pork with coriander, pepper, and two fall-friendly spices - cinnamon and nutmeg - cooking it on the stove, then using that same pan to saute sliced apples and sliced shallots in butter before adding a little apple cider to finish it all off. (Who doesn't love a great one-dish dinner?)
I love serving pork with sweet potatoes, so I microwaved a couple of sweet potatoes and topped them with plenty of butter and brown sugar. The recipe recommends serving with a spinach salad, so I tossed some baby spinach with goat cheese, sliced pecans, sliced strawberries, and a homemade balsamic vinaigrette. This meal was a great option for a busy weeknight with our almost-five-year-old underfoot and plenty of other chores to do!
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