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One-Pan Roasted Pork Supper

One-Pan Roasted Pork Supper recipe
photo by:kraft
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.
15 min
1 hr 5 min
6 servings
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The sweet potatos were great! However, the stove top was incredibly mushy and runny. I would advise using only 3/4 a cup of water or less with the was WAY to wattery. Also...this may be nice with Chicken...I did not like the pork very much. You could also just do the stuffing seperately if you want it to be a bit more firm and crunchy.
Did not like it with the catalina dressing, but we loved it with fat free italian dressing.
This was good. Next time, I will cut back a little on the dressing, but other than that, it was good.
This was very good. My family doesn't like catalina dressing, so I used Kraft Zesty Italian dressing instead. Everybody in my family loved it. I will definitely make this again.
I was very skeptical with this recipe. My husband picked it out and I'm not a big fan of stuffing but the tastes blended very well and it was still very good as a leftover.
This is a very easy and delicious recipe. I'm not a fan of sweat potatoes, so I used regular potatoes. I also chopped up the onion so my boyfriend, who is not a fan of onions, would eat them. Next time I make it I will definitely use a pre seasoned pork tenderloin. I've never liked Catalina dressing, but I ate the left over potatoes and onion alone with the Catalina dressing the next day, and it was very good. I will be making this recipe again!
made this for my boyfriend he loved it! he ate it all and all the leftovers. i did season the meat with seasoning other than the thyme and placed the stuffing and meat in a foil 'boat' before baking so the stuffing wouldn't get to soggy. i will definately make it again and next time try the already marinated pork loin
The meat was very bland, and offered no real flavor. The sweet potatoes came out wonderful, however the stuffing was much too watery. We will not make this again.
The only thing I didn't do for this recipe was add the stuffing. I do like stuffing but I wasn't in the mood for it, with my pork. The meat was very good, especially with the cooked onions on it.
My husband loved it! Even the kids ate it without complaints. I made it with Italian dressing because that is what we prefer. Yummy!

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