Pork tenderloin is pork tenderloin, after all. What is amazing is this sauce. Everyone raved about it. I managed to save just a bit and used it the next day as a condiment with turkey burgers for lunch.
Pork Tenderloin Agrodolce
Comments and Reviews 1-8 of 8
jeannetew Posted: 11/05/10
lizardstew Posted: 01/06/11
I didn't think I'd like this dish as much as I did. It was delicious, plain and simple! All of the flavors together...yum!
Shandyc Posted: 10/20/10
Absolutely awesome! This was so easy and looked so elegant. When you taste it you will not believe how simple it was to make. Thank you! I will be serving this for my Christmas Eve dinner!
smottet7 Posted: 01/22/11
This recipe was so delicious and could not have been easier to make. I will definitely be making it again and would recommend it to anyone.
brendaprowse Posted: 11/08/10
Love the combination of cherry, thyme, olives, balsamic vinegar. Worthy of a special evening. Served with roasted fingerling potatoes, brussel sprouts, a fine pinot noir. And the pork sandwiches the next day-marvelous!
Lauracooksfor7 Posted: 02/14/11
We LOVE this recipe. I make it just for us and when we have company. The combination of flavors is wonderful. I wish the cipollini onions came pre-peeled! Delicious. Sometimes I add extra cherries for more sweetness.
Kellisee Posted: 01/12/12
Abosuletey wonderful. The meat is so juicy. The sauce is a tiny bit sweeter than I prefer, but also so good. Will make this again for sure.
DeniseC Posted: 03/17/12
This was great - I used a boneless pork roast - cooked a bit longer at 450 degrees. Also, couldn't find cipolini onions - substitued baby bella mushrooms that I quartered and added at last 15 minutes of cooking - the flavor is absolutely delicious - I don't know Italian but agrodolce must mean sweet and sour -