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Harvest Stuffed Pork Loin

Harvest Stuffed Pork Loin recipe
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Stuffed with apples, cranberries, pecans and sage, this impressive-looking pork loin takes just 15 minutes to prepare.
15 min
1 hr
16 servings
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HELP! Please... this was incredible. My family loved it. It was so good that I am trusting it to be a Friday night volunteer dinner at the Elks Lodge! We are now volunteer so members make dinner on Friday nights. I need ALL, EVERYONE's help! I have two pork loins, one weighs 5.81 pounds, the other weighs 5.65 pounds... Please tell me... Serious need help here.. Dinner is at 5:30 p.m. ... how long does it take to cook these? I am going to stuff them, bake them... but... how long do I cook them ??? HELP me please !! This recipie was so incredible... I decided to share it with the Elks Membership on a Friday Night Volunteer Dinner night... I want those raves !! and money toward our charity functions... I love Kraft and your recipies... just wish you were here to help me pull it off !!!! I just freeze !! Love you Kraft recipies !!
Very delicious stuffing... I think it could be used with a variety of meats and recipes. There were no leftovers!
Made this for Christmas last year and will do it again this year. Everyone raved about it. I made another meat with a small pork loin and the pork disappeared and I had left-overs of the other meat! This year I will get a larger pork loin and just make that! I followed the directions exact - it was easy and really delicious!
Everyone liked this dish. I doubled the stuffing and found three apples to be enough. I used apricots to try a different fruit in stuffing. I would highly recomend pounding the loin with a meat mallot. I found the loin to be thick and very difficult to roll!
This was a great recipe!! My first time making a pork tenderloin and it came out very well. I forgot to add the sage into the mix so I sprinkled it on top with the salt and pepper and also added in garlic powder because my family is big on garlic. It tasted really great...totally worthy of being served at Thanksgiving.
its a great fall meal. next time im going to use an aprocot glaze on it.
the pork was delicious. i didnt care to much for the stuffing but other people enjoyed the stuffing. i will make again defenetly
Great flavor. The stuffing kept the meat nice and moist without overpowering the taste. I would definitely recommend a meat thermometer since thickness varies and mine took 20 minutes longer than the recipe stated.
Would benefit from a tip or two on how to keep it together in a roll.
This is a very easy recipe that turns out to be a very tasty and elegent meal. I'm making it again tonight, as a matter of fact. I recommend it to everyone who would like a fine dining experience at home with very little effort.
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