Liked this as a nice weeknight meal and on the effort/taste scale found it above average. Great meal for the fall when you have fresh cider you want to use.
This was really easy to pull together and quite tasty. I would make this again for a quick weekday meal or for guests because you wouldn't be in the kitchen all day.
I didn't think this was anything special. It tasted fine as written, but I probably won't make it again. There is a similar recipe that is much better in Joy of Cooking for Pork Tenderloin with a balsamic glaze that involves orange juice.
My hubby and two tots loved this! I modified a bit -- used a whole, small pork tenderloin. Added apricot preserves to the glaze. Didn't have juice so used beer instead. Covered the pan to cook pork through. Am saving this one and will consider for special guests. Also served steamed potatoes with mustard, mayo, garlic, vinegar sauce and steamed corn. Clean plates and seconds.
My husbands first words after a bite of tenderloin "mummmm!" and I couldn't agree more!
Quick, easy and healthy. Wonderful flavors and presents well. I added a bag of fresh spinach at the end and simmered all until the spinach wilted into the sauce/carrots/meat. Served with a baked potato. It was definitely a hit - husband even asked that I add to my file of
This was a great combination of easy and flavor. I highly recommend it. Parents and three children all enjoyed. Served with brown rice. It is truly as easy as described.
The pork was underseasoned for my taste. Next time I will add some cayenne and garlic /or five spice powder...Nice sauce and tastes even better when the glaze darkens a bit on the pork while cooking.
Wow! We just finished dinner minutes ago and we all loved this - even my 7 year old. I am definitely adding this to my permanent recipe rotation. It's quick enough for a weekday dinner, but would be easy to dress it up a bit for a dinner party.