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Saucy Pork Medallions

Saucy Pork Medallions recipe
photo by:kraft
Juicy pork tenderloin with veggies and stuffing topped with a silky sauce—and it's not even anyone's birthday! In fact, it's a 30-minute weeknight dish.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
4/21/2006
By the time we had dinner, I forgot that I had put the Italian dressing in, and I didn't even notice it. No one else knew about it, and they didn't comment on a funny taste. If anything, the dressing adds to it, so at least try it before you just take it out. It was absolutely delicious!
posted:
4/16/2006
Next time I will make it without the dressing; I think the other flavors don't need to be masked by it.
posted:
4/11/2006
my kids ate this up, but my husband and i didn't care for the italian dressing. next time, i'll leave out the dressing.
posted:
4/11/2006
I did not use the salad dressing. The dish was attractive and delicious.
posted:
4/2/2006
Was good and very easy to make but, I think I'll use a little less Italian dressing the next time.
posted:
4/2/2006
This recipe was a very new approach to pork. I enjoyed having everything in one pan to serve. I also liked the easy preparation for it. The taste was the biggest hit with the whole family.
posted:
3/30/2006
I added some chopped onion when browning the pork. I did not add the stuffing to the pan, but just served it as a side dish. A nice combination of flavors and textures that my family really enjoyed. It was also easy and quick to prepare.
posted:
3/29/2006
Very good and so easy! Something different for our dinner! Yum
posted:
3/29/2006
It was very good but I used Pork sauce instead of turkey. I also used a little vermouth . It would be good with chicken and chicken gravey.
posted:
3/29/2006
Easy and good. One pan, easy cleanup. Peas came out crisp and the flavors blended well. I used boneless pork chops. Think we will try chicken breasts next time for a little variation. We will be making this on again.
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