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Easy & delicious - a great combo! I like to serve pork tenderloin because it is low in fat, and this is my new favorite way to prepare it. I served it with roasted asparagus and a side of rice to soak up the incredible sauce. Rave reviews from around the table! Thanks for this recipe conniecooks.
Another reviewer suggested the maple balsamic sauce would be good over chicken too. And they were correct! I pounded my skinless, boneless breasts flat, seasoned with salt and pepper and browned in 2t oil. I thickened the sauce with a corn starch/water slurry after letting it reduce to concentrate the flavors. Served with cheesy grits (have to have something to pour that wonderful sauce over), frozen mixed vegetables and strawberries/blackberries for dessert. My partner and I will have to try this with pork too! Thank you for sharing!
Easy. I was a bit hesitant about the ingredients; but the sauce had a good flavor. It wouldn't thicken up; maybe I was inpatient? I will keep the recipe and might make it again.
Superb - tasty and easy to prepare and cook. I did this for a small dinner party and everyone loved it - a definate favourite from now on. Thank you!
Excellent, excellent recipe! Easy to follow, do, and eat! Love this sauce..so delicious over pork and a rice dish...I used one leek in place of the green onions, and 1/2 tsp dried rosemary in place of fresh. Lovely, thank you.
Very easy and quick to make. I think the sauce would be nice over chicken as well. A 'keeper' for me :)