This recipe is a hidden gem...I'm surprised it doesn't have more great reviews! I've been making this recipe for years and it appeals to both kids and adults. The kids don't want as much sauce as the adults, so I don't put their pieces back in the pan like the recipe suggests. I just drizzle some of the sauce over the meat and orzo and it's great! I also typically double the recipe b/c my family always wants seconds and some leftovers are nice. Enjoy!! P.S.~this is my go-to recipe for Valentines Day with my family. :)
Delicious, especially for a super quick meal! I used thin boneless pork chops. The flavor in the sauce was outstanding. Will definitely make again!
This was very tasty! Would definitely cook it again. Meat was juicy and tender, but i cooked it just alittle bit longer because i had thick pieces of it. Didnt have wine or cornstarch in the house, so skiped on those ingridients. Nonetheless pork was very delicious. Cherries in the sause are amazing with pork. Also had couscous and salad as a side.
Followed this one exactly...was okay, enjoyed by all, but I thought it needed more "pop". Used a good aged balsamic but only a regular cooking wine, so maybe that had something to do with it. Overall it was okay, but I don't see it making a regular spot in the rotation.
The video doesn't say when to add the cherries...????
This was outstanding! Made it exactly as written and it was quick and easy!!! Definitely will go into our five star recipe book!
So, sooooo good! I just made this for dinner. Quick enough for a week night, but nice enough for company. I made it exactly as is and I wouldn't change a thing. I really liked the cherries in it... in fact, I let the cherries sit in the wine/juice/vinegar mixture for about 30 minutes before I cooked it (didn't know when my husband would arrive home) and I think the cherries absorbed the flavors before I even made the sauce. So easy and delicious!
This was delicious and I would not omit the cherries. They added flavor and texture to each bite of pork. The pork was tender and moist, even though I cooked it a bit longer on each side, as my husband won't eat pink pork.
This is a great recipe. I served it with couscous and it was great. You don't really need the cherries, but they are a nice touch. It was very easy and quick to make.
Fantastic recipe...grilled the whole tenderloin rather than individual medallions. Compliments from all the guests (including a couple of Irish people who typically enjoy their pork as tender and moist as shoe leather).