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Saucy Pork Medallions

Saucy Pork Medallions recipe
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Savory, juicy pork, peas and stuffing all topped with a silky sauce, and it's not even anyone's birthday. This super-easy, delicious weeknight idea comes together in no time.
30 min
30 min
6 servings
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I've made this recipe 3 or 4 times since I first found it. I make it exactly as the recipe says and we really like it. It's easy and fast.
I was surprised by how good this turned out. I wasn't sure about how the italian dressing and turkey gravy would work together, but it was very good. I cooked mine a little differently than the recipe. I did season the meat (as recommended by other reviewers) with seasoned salt, pepper, garlic powder, and onion powder. I cooked the pork chops following the recipe. I did not add peas--instead I served green beans on the side. I also didn't put the stuffing in with the pork chops. It was such a good texture that I didn't want to chance making it too soggy. When served, the flavors mixed nicely and made for some great leftovers--which I devoured today! Great recipe. I'll be making it again and recommending to friends and family!
Surprisingly good. I was a little put off by adding the Italian dressing into the gravy but it actually gave it a tasty flavor. Most people are saying that their stuffing got soggy....not sure how but mine was perfect. You prepare it like instructed on the box, then you just add it on top of the chops, around the outer edge of pan, for only a couple minutes so it stays warm and gets just a bit of the meat flavors. (And do not stir it) But make sure you flavor the meat with some spices, i.e pepper, salt, garlic, whatever you like.
This was good, but I did change a couple of things. I used green beans instead of peas since that is what I had on hand. I served the stuffing on the side because I didn't want it to get mushy and I seasoned the pork with salt and pepper before I browned it for more flavor. I also used chicken gravy and stove top stuffing for pork. Over all it was good and I will make it again.
I didn't care for the Zesty Italian flavor. Think I'll try leaving it out or using a different flavor next time.
I thought this recipe was very good. i used one can of peas instead of frozen. The people that say this is bland didnt season their tenderloin before cooking. I always follow recipes but ALWAYS season the meat with a different blend of seasoning before i cook.
Probably wouldn't make this recipe again. The flavors just didn't really mesh together to me or my boyfriend. Might just be our taste. I think it was the dressing.
Good enough to eat for dinner and finish the left-overs, but overall this dish was pretty bland.
i made this for dinner last week and hubby LOVED it! my opinion i would use a lil less italian dressing was too tangy for me. but overall very good. i also used pork chops (w/ bone) instead of a tenderloin.
Stuffing was a little runny when done so I would double the stuffing next time but the flavor was great.

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