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Roast Pork Tenderloin Supper

Roast Pork Tenderloin Supper recipe
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Dress up succulent pork tenderloin with a simple Neufchatel-based sauce for a smart choice that's so tasty, even the pickiest eaters will eat every last bite.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
2/6/2009
The sauce was alright, but my mom spit out the tenderloin. We had to scrape off all the mustard and thyme.
posted:
1/11/2009
My husband and I both enjoyed this recipe. I'll definitely make it again. I do suggest using a meat thermometer to make sure the meat is cooked thoroughly. I cooked the meat a bit longer than the recipe stated (about 30 minutes).
posted:
1/6/2009
It took about 35-40 minutes for the meat to cook throughly. My family did not like the sauce, although I did. We didn't really like the mustard & thyme rub either. Probably won't make again.
posted:
12/14/2008
This was so good! I doubled the sauce and it was excellent with the pork. We will be having this for dinner again!
posted:
12/3/2008
i didn't like the sauce at all
posted:
11/12/2008
this was a wonderful meal. my family really enjoyed it. what a terrific combo of the dijon and the cream sauce! my son is asking when i'll be making it again.
posted:
10/28/2008
I loved the flavor of the dijon mustard and tyme but the pork took an hour to get done. The cheese sauce was surprisingly good. I will make again but on the grill.
posted:
9/22/2008
My husband liked more than I did. Would give it another shot
posted:
9/21/2008
Really Wonderful ~ very tender pork dish! I have made this many times for my family ~ so easy and such a pretty presentation! I double the sauce and usually add a bit more chicken stock to make it a little less thick. I make Uncle Bens Wild Rice to accompany. I lay the rice across the serving plate, slice the pork into a row of medallions over the rice and then drizzle the sauce across the top. Pretty, for a regular weekday meal! Like the other reviewers, I do cook it a bit longer than the recipe indicates.
posted:
9/15/2008
This recipe was awesome! I used chive and onion cream cheese instead of the regular kind and it was wonderful. Also, I made mashed cauliflour(in place of mashed potatoes) for a healthier spin on the meal. I do agree with some other people,cook the pork a little longer or it won't be done enough
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