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Pork Medallions with Cranberry Stuffing

Pork Medallions with Cranberry Stuffing recipe
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This recipe for Pork Medallions with Cranberry Stuffing is a keeper: a company's-coming dish that's actually weeknight-quick to make.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
5/22/2008
I doubled the sauce like someone suggested because one serving of the sauce didn't look like enough to me. Everyone loved it! I would definately make it again! The cranberries were a great addition to the stuffing.
posted:
5/11/2008
SO GOOD! My husband and I LOVE this recipe! My only suggestion would be to double the amount of sauce you're making because it's delicious and you'll want to drizzle it onto the stuffing
posted:
4/1/2008
This was so good and so easy! I've always heard of cranberries or raisins in stuffing and never tried it before, but now I love it!
posted:
3/19/2008
Family liked this meal the only thing I would change is the stuffin homemade taste so much better. But great meal!
posted:
3/17/2008
really good...my boyfriend loved it...really simple but still tasty
posted:
2/5/2008
Excellent stuffing. Double the pork sauce. Make sure to let it go on low before adding sauce. Sauce had a very bold taste, but good!
posted:
1/21/2008
Made this last night, was very good, but I suggest double or even triple sauce to have enough to cover meat and stuffing.
posted:
1/17/2008
was good, will make agian
posted:
12/17/2007
This recipe was extremely easy and a wonderful way to prepare for the upcoming holiday meals. Do be careful not to over do it with the mustard- it creates quite a kick.
posted:
12/15/2007
To save time, instead of using tenderloin I would buy boneless chops. Also, I would marinate the meat for several hours ahead of time. As always with pork it can get dry quickly so dont overcook! It was good though. I served it with green beans and biscuits.
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