Cider and Sage Pork

  • damay3030 Posted: 12/24/11
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    Made per recipe. This was a favorite with in-laws, wife, and children. Awesome and simple. Will become a staple in my hourse.

  • KathrynNC Posted: 01/10/12
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    We thoroughly enjoyed this recipe! Served with green beans (as suggested) and sweet potato oven fries. I used center cut boneless pork chops instead of tenderloin (4 total, 1 pork chop per serving). Great for a weeknight meal or a casual dinner for guests. Will definitely make this again!

  • srwfromorange Posted: 12/01/11
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    Made this for dinner last nite & both my husband & I agreed it is a nice weeknite meal that can be made quickly and is tasty. We served this with smashed red potatoes & steamed broccoli. I made no changes to the recipe & surprise!!! there was enough sauce for the entire amount of pork (I have found I need to double the sauce a lot of time on CL recipes). I will surely make this again for dinner, didnt think there was enough pizazz for a meal for company.

  • DNAgrrrrrk Posted: 11/29/11
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    definitely a keeper - very very easy to make and the sauce is delicious! I didn't have 1 Tbsp heavy whipping cream on hand (who does, really?) so used 2 tbsp half n half. The sauce broke (to be expected), but it tasted great regardless. Next time I would use a little more cornstarch though, to thicken it more. the sauce was thin. Regardless, GREAT recipe

  • Nichelleley Posted: 12/02/11
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    This is really delicious. I didn't have sherry vinegar so I used 2 teaspoons sherry cooking wine and 2 teaspoons white vinegar. The sauce is indeed a little runny, but still adds a ton of flavor to the pork. I served this with green beans like in the picture and some couscous. Definitely a keeper!!

  • eppercival Posted: 01/09/13
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    Great and quick meal! Will definitely make again!

  • NanaElaine Posted: 09/28/12
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    This was really good and so simple for a weeknight meal. Note to Nichelleley and anyone else that uses "cooking wines" -- DON'T --they are full of salt and aren't really wine. They often have an off flavor that could ruin your dish.

  • zinful71 Posted: 03/14/12
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    So simple. So delicious. Happy Family!

  • missleanne Posted: 10/27/12
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    This was delicious! My husband doesn't really like pork tenderloin, but this was so tender and juicy!

  • NatalieNG Posted: 12/17/13
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    The sauce did not add much unless thick on the meat. It may have needed more sage, and most of the flavor came from the mustard.

  • daneanp Posted: 09/05/14
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    Excellent. I didn't have sage, so used tarragon and it was delicious. Plenty of sauce. We had some polenta cakes along side, but next time I'd make rice to soak up the sauce. I would definitely serve this for guests and it is very easy to prepare.

  • koriander Posted: 08/17/13
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    This was very good - my husband and I both enjoyed it and it is something I will make again. I had unfilted apple juice left over from Chicken with Brussels Sprouts & Mustard Sauce and Cider Scalloped Potatoes, and I ran across this recipe. I used white wine vinegar, and eyeballed the salt and pepper. Delicious, served with Mashed Potatoes and steamed green beans. Still looking to use the remaining apple juice, so moving on the the spice cake with apple glaze and maybe roasted brussel sprouts and apples paired with my next CL meal.

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