Cheese and Pear Pork

  • SoonerSinger Posted: 08/25/11
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    I followed the recipe and this is amazing! The pork is so tender, and the filling is delicious! I made this with a 1.5 lb pork tenderloin, and I ended up cutting it in half before I butterflied it so it would be more manageable. So next time I will definitely get smaller, more uniform pieces so it is easier to roll. I would absolutely serve this to guests. It's an impressive presentation and so yummy! I served this with a simple salad with left over pear and gorgonzola on top.

  • molz5791 Posted: 08/28/11
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    I was somewhat disappointed by this. The flavor was great, but I didn't like the crunchy texture the walnuts added and the pears didn't get mushy enough for my taste.

  • sprky182 Posted: 09/09/11
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    Definitely had a hard time with flattening and rolling the pork, but the flavor was great.

  • aimster104 Posted: 10/09/11
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    I'm not sure where I went wrong, but this did not produce any enjoyable flavors. The filling and the sauce both lacked flavor. I will not make this recipe again.

  • Hooptwin Posted: 10/31/11
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    Taste was amazing! I substituted goat cheese for the bleu cheese and 1t ground thyme for the 1T fresh. It worked great! I also added a little thyme to flavor the sauce and a little flour to thicken it to a gravy. My whole family (even my 2yr old) raved about it!

  • laegnome Posted: 01/21/12
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    Very nice flavors...classic combining of the pear/blue cheese/walnut combo. The dish was relatively easy to prepare and was delicious and tender. Definitely something that would impress guests at a dinner party.

  • Danicakes9 Posted: 07/09/13
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    So easy and fast... Total of 20 minutes to make (I made half the recipe) Could use more seasoning on the actual pork. The only rough part was pounding the pork. Also you should season your sauce.

  • carolfitz Posted: 11/01/13
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    Easy to prep, made to recipe except subbed panko for fresh breadcrumbs and didn't make sauce. Served with dijon-mashed yukon golds & sauteed spinach. Excellent stuffing, great Fall supper,

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