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Tuscan-Roasted Vegetable & Pork Tenderloin Bake

Tuscan-Roasted Vegetable & Pork Tenderloin Bake recipe
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A better-for-you dish that combines succulent pork with hearty sweet potatoes and chunks of baked apple, plus a marinade inspired by old-world flavors.
15 min
45 min
4 servings
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We made this recipe last night and it was so good! My husband is already asking if we can make it again next week. Don't skip on the apples - they add such a great flavor!
Had this for dinner yesterday (07/14/2009)! Easy to make and my husband said, "Yes, I'd like it again!". A true test for me. Thanks for all the great recipes. One thing, I spoke to one of your reps on the phone about my request. Can you possibly give us the option to enlarge the type when copying a recipe? Shhhhh, Pillsbury gives an option to make print larger before printing. Thank you.
I don't like sweet potatoes so I make it with regular red or yellow potatoes and it's still wonderful. I make extra of the vegetables and sometimes even just make them on their own for other dishes.
I like the idea of this recipe, but the ingredients I would change. No apple, different potato type, and that is about it.
One of our new favorites. Wouldn't change/substitute a thing. We usually do not like celery, but all the flavors and textures were perfect together.
It was different. My husband liked it, my son wouldn't touch it and I'm soso about it. It was good just not sure I think the veggies could have used some seasons.
This was an easy dish to make, and pretty tasty. My husband wasn't a fan of the apples, but I thought it was a nice accent. I brought some to work for lunch the next day, and I think it was even better the second time around!
This recipe was amazing. It combined sweet w/ savory and seemed very healthy. I'm always looking for something other than beef and chicken to cook and this hit the spot.
This was surprisingly good! It was much better than I thought and the sweet potatoes were so good w/ the dressing. Sweet and savory at the same time! The pork tenderloin was also very good and flavorful. I used one of the pre-marinated ones too.
This recipe was unusual and good BUT my husband & I both thought it was much too salty. I would cut the Shake'n Bake with some plain bread crumbs and reduce the parmesan cheese a little to improve it. It would be nice if the directions suggested the relative proportions of onion, celery, and sweet potatoes--- I used mostly sweet potatoes.

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