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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 meat was very tender and the flavors were great. I prepared the stuffing according to the box first, and microwaved the potatoes. The dressing on the potatoes burned on the bottom, that's my only complaint. Perhaps next time I will pour it over the potatoes a little later in the cooking process.
I have made this meal twice in the past two weeks. I have made it with the pork and also with chicken and both ways have been very well accepted
This recipe was very good, my picky family enjoyed it at well. Since my family doesn't like onions too much, I used chopped red instead of slices. Also I used a southwestern rub on the tenderloin and stuffing for pork. Taking the advice of others, I microwaved the potato's to make them softer. Will definitely do again!! Was told NOT to lose the recipe.
After reading some of the other comments I decided to try this recipe. I am a full time working mother of a soon to be 3 y.o. So, I typically need recipes I can make quickly or make ahead of time and reheat during the week. I decided to make this on a Sunday for consumption on Monday night. I followed others suggestions and put some of the Catalina dressing on the meat while cooking. I also bought a pork tenderloin that was already seasoned (peppercorn). On Monday night, I reheated the dish in the oven, but I covered it with foil so it would not dry out. It was very good and my husband said it was a keeper. So, for those of you looking for a make ahead recipe, this one works well. Enjoy :)
was very good, although the bottom burned a little on the sweet potatoes and stuffing. definitely recommend heating the sweet potatoes in the microwave first if you like them softer.
My family is not crazy about sweet potatoes ( yet ! ), so they want to use potatoes and carrots next time. But we love pork and use the tenderloins often. ... no waste and taste wonderful. Thank you Kraft.
easy way to serve pork. family loved it
I made this recipe just as it was written,we liked it but something I through was missing, so I went back and tryed it again, this time I added salt and pepper and also instead of water I used fat free and sodium free chicken broth, my family liked it much better, there was no left over's so that said something, thanks for the recipe, keep them coming.
This is a keeper! Looked good, and tasted even better!

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