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One-Pan Roasted Pork Supper

One-Pan Roasted Pork Supper recipe
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Sunday night meets weeknight with this smart dish of tender pork, stuffing and sweet potatoes, all ready in one pan and with only 15 minutes of prep.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 5 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
3/12/2008
I made this with Sweet Honey Catalina, and I also chopped up the onion so that my children would eat it. MIcrowaved the potatoes for 4 minutes on high (onion 1 minute). It was a hit with the whole family! Very Tasty.
posted:
3/1/2008
This was really tasty. We liked the slightly different taste the dressing gave it. Microwaving the potatoes before is a must or they will still be tough. The dressing underneath the pork was very soft while the rest was crisp so it meet everyone's preferences. I'll make it again.
posted:
2/27/2008
My family loved this! I was concerned after reading the hit and miss comments, but I did it just as the recipe called for, except a little less water - some of the stuffing turned out crunchy while the stuffing under the pork was soft. I also lightly salt-and-peppered the pork, and followed the Kraft tip for making the veggies softer - microwaved them before putting in the oven. I liked the Catalina dressing - it added a nice tang to go with the sweetness of the potatoes. I wouldn't change a thing - except making more! Good enough for guests! and nice way to get some sweet potatoes into the rotation...
posted:
2/27/2008
We loved it. I used an oven bag. It helped keep the pork loin very moist. I added apple to the veg. I decreased the water in the stuffing as suggested...it was still very moist (almost soggy). The juice from the roast made it that way. Still good. I will definately make this again. Company loved it. Thanks
posted:
2/21/2008
The family did not like this one, the red onion flavor is too strong and lasting, other than that it tastes like chicken and stuffing.
posted:
2/12/2008
Good, but not a favorite
posted:
2/10/2008
This is a great recipe. Haven't cooked much with Catalina dressing and was supprised with the contrasting taste. Very eye pleasing presentation and really simple to make and follow. My kids enjoyed it, easy to pick off things they didn't like.
posted:
1/30/2008
I used Sun dried tomato dressing instead of Catalina and it was very good! Also I used 2 thick pork chops sliced in half instead of the 1 tenderloin. I rubbed salt and pepper on them also. Yum! My husband never eats vegetables but he loved the sweet potatoes!
posted:
1/27/2008
We loved this. I will definitely be making this again. Lots of flavor, and a great way to use sweet potatoes. Delicious.
posted:
1/23/2008
One of the best recipes I've ever made from the magazine. I did use French dressing because it's what I had, StoveTop cornbread stuffing, and 4 center cut pork chops instead. So delicious!
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