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Stuffed pork tenderloin (with pics)

ddeggerddegger Posts: 244
edited May 2013 in EggHead Forum

Great luck with a stuffed pork tenderloin tonight....sort of made my own recipe based on others I'd seen online.  Stuffed with cream cheese, parsley, basil, and chopped Fuji apples, then rubbed with EVOO, salt, pepper, brown sugar, and paprika.  Seared and then grilled at ~425 until IT of 145.  While it was going I made an apple chutney with bacon, fresh apples, red onion, lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, and honey.  Browned that up and served it over the tenderloin with wild rice and fresh cherries.  Family was very much in favor.

 

Have to say that of all the great things my egg has produced, the pork tenderloins rank right up there with the best of the best.

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  • EggcelsiorEggcelsior Posts: 11,416
    Very nice! I like the cherries, nice touch.
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  • Little StevenLittle Steven Posts: 27,352
    Nice! You may want to try dehydrated fruit next time. It absorbs all the pork goodness.

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

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  • ScottborasjrScottborasjr Posts: 2,931
    Good looking cook, wish I had done it.
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  • ddeggerddegger Posts: 244
    Nice! You may want to try dehydrated fruit next time. It absorbs all the pork goodness.

    That's a great idea! We liked it so much that I'm thinking about repeating for company on Sunday, and I think I'll try that. Might use some cranberries too.
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  • henapplehenapple Posts: 14,589
    Wow...
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  • TexanOfTheNorthTexanOfTheNorth Posts: 3,610
    Looks great!
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  • Little StevenLittle Steven Posts: 27,352
    ddegger said:
    Nice! You may want to try dehydrated fruit next time. It absorbs all the pork goodness.

    That's a great idea! We liked it so much that I'm thinking about repeating for company on Sunday, and I think I'll try that. Might use some cranberries too.
    I did cherries and apples my last one and they got quite plump. Have you thought about pounding a couple of tenderloins together?

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

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  • Great-looking cook!  Adding it to my list...

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  • calikingcaliking Posts: 7,063
    The flavors sound great. I wish I had a plate of that. Can you share the chutney recipe?

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  • milesbrown4milesbrown4 Posts: 314
    What a great idea.  That is on the list for this weekend.  Agree with the wild cherries - they are in season right now!

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  • ddeggerddegger Posts: 244
    @Little Steven: haven't thought of that, but not a bad idea though.  I did struggle with one of them to keep everything together.  Once it seared, however, all was well.

    @caliking: I fried two pieces of bacon in a little bit of butter, mostly for the fat but also some flavor.  Removed the bacon and added one small, chopped red onion to the bacon fat.  Also chopped one piece of the bacon and added that back in.  After the onions browned a bit I added one chopped apple and allowed it to soften.  After that I added one tablespoon of honey, one tablespoon of lemon juice, and a couple of tablespoons of apple cider vinegar.  Topped with a little salt/pepper and brown sugar.  Allowed it all to simmer until soft and well browned then spooned it on the pork.  Incidentally, it only made enough for one of the tenderloins, so I would double the recipe next time for two.


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  • Chevy_TechChevy_Tech Posts: 13
    Did you pound the tenderloin flat?
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  • SmokeyPittSmokeyPitt Posts: 6,891
    Beautiful!  I love the cherries as a side item.  


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  • ddeggerddegger Posts: 244
    Did you pound the tenderloin flat?
    Yes - used my KitchenAid mallet and pounded both flat before rolling.
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  • CharlieTNCharlieTN Posts: 177
    That looks great.  I've got a couple of venison loins that I want to do that with.  
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  • chris123stockchris123stock Posts: 664
    ****, opps shoot that looks amazing, good cook. 
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  • DeaconKavDeaconKav Posts: 84
    Very nice... Slap hands
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