This takes only 10 minutes to prepare for the oven. It looks awesome when removed from the oven. The meat is very tender and the sauce provides a hint of orange and rosemary. The recipe is courtesy of Betty Crocker.
In Canada, when we order chinese food, we always get this as an appetizer and I finally got this recipe right after much tweaking. It's flavour is right on and the pork is very tender. Does not include marinating time.
Any dish with sherry and garlic is alright with me, and if there's apple butter, all the better. Marinate the tenderloin overnight, then just before it comes out of the oven, it's smothered in an apple butter sauce. Great fall eating!
This recipe calls for tenderloin and goes through a few steps, but I'm too lazy for PROCESS! I pretty much always just use chops or butt steaks and throw everything into my huge frying pan on the stove top. Keep the pan covered until the meat is cooked and then continue cooking, uncovered, until all the juice is gone, stirring a few times throughout. Either way, it's delicious!!
This is my mom's recipe. Not sure exactly where she got it from, but it has been a family favorite for years. The original recipe is served over cooked rice, but my dad doesn't like rice, so he eats it over cooked egg noodles. It's great both ways. This is a great recipe that uses ingredients that you usually have sitting around in the cupboard.
I found this recipe on another website, however I do not remember which one. This is quick and easy to prepare. The sauce is delicious served over rice. Do not cook the sauce too long as the soy sauce can become very intense. I usually double the sauce mixture and garlic but that is just my preference.