Monday, 20 October 2008

Sauteed Pork for T&C

This month is hosted by Min of the Bad Girls Kitchen as Nicole is having a very needed holiday. I hope she is having a wonderful time with her family.

There was plenty of choice for me from Colombus Foodie to choose a recipe. She has this delicious dishes, some new to me and some of them I know.
Actually that is the main reason i joined up this event, to know about different food and try to make something which I usualy don't make.

So when I saw this Sauted pork Tenderloin with pears and mustard port sauce, i thought why not give it a try.
And have to admit i was not disapointed at all, they were delicous. Especially the sauce it was divine. Mt hubby thought it was too nice to serve it for a weekday, he told i should have made it for a weekend.
I didn't had pears so served them with applesauce and potatoe mash.

When i was preparing the dish , i thought i might add a bit of cream to the sauce, but then while i was making it , i changed my mind and thought will stick to the recipe.

13 comments:

Rosie said...

What a wonderful combination of great flavours going on here in this dish. I just know my family would also enjoy your pork tenderloin with pears and mustard port sauce - yum!

Rosie x

Cham said...

The dish look very elegant!

Maria said...

Looks like a great dinner!

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Pork looks nice. Nice recipe.

syrie said...

I love pork tenderloins. The cut certainly lives up to its name! A delicious looking sauce.

Sireesha said...

Looks gr8....

Swapna said...

Pork looks delicious!!! wanted to eat prok ....but I won't get it here....hmmm...I have to wait till my next visit to India....

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

When it comes to Pork its usually my husband who becomes the chief cook... I shall surprise him with yours this time...

Gretchen Noelle said...

The mustard port sauce sounds delicious! I bet everything together tasted incredible!

Bombay-Bruxelles said...

Thanks for this recipe Happy Cook! I'll make them with quince instead of pear, because we're really in season!

Cooking and the City said...

Yum Happy Cook with those ingredients it just has to be good! am always looking for new ways to cook pork, so thanks :-)

Lore said...

Classy and tasty! My hubby woudn't even notice the sauce if I'd serve pork tenderloin lol :D

Suchi said...

What a wonderful recipe....having started eating pork as an adult, I do not have a host of family recipes and keep looking for new ones...will definitely try this one...

Cheers,

Suchi