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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.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
10/24/2005
There was too much filling for the pork loin and it was difficult to assemble. I ended up tying it with string. Also, the pork loin was tough by the end of the cooking time.
posted:
6/28/2005
Very yummy flavor. Great fall recipe and everyone loved it!
posted:
3/31/2005
I just made this for Easter. It was very easy and everyone LOVED it. Someone even said it was succulent!
posted:
3/10/2005
posted:
3/9/2005
It was delicious and I had all the ingredients on hand, so it made it simple
posted:
1/18/2005
I only changed a couple of things, but this recipe was delicious! We ate it for lunch the next day...there was nothing left to freeze!
posted:
1/12/2005
This recipe is just excellent. It was a huge hit with my company! I thought it was easy to prepare. I am on weight watchers and I appreciate the nutrition analysis including fiber content. I don't have any problem figuring points values with these Kraft Foods recipes.
posted:
1/5/2005
Made this for Christmas Eve dinner and it was a hit! Very VERY easy to make and makes a great presentation.
posted:
12/28/2004
I served this for Christmas dinner and it was a hit! I hesitated about "buying" stuffing, but the added ingredients were wonderful. I used dried cranberries - yummy! It didn't taste "boughten". My tip would be to chop the apples very fine. I will certainly make this again for company. My husband used to be a meat cutter, so he knew how to prepare the meat, otherwise I may have been stumped on that part.
posted:
12/28/2004
We made this recipe in a roaster. Does not get brown, on the top & a little dry. Next time it will be in the oven. Overall, this is a definite DO IT AGAIN" RECIPE. My relatives, & friends, thought it was just fabulous. Expecially the dressing that they asked for the recipe for themselves. FANTASTIC.
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