Pork Aux Champignons (French Pork With Mushrooms)

READY IN: 1hr 25mins
Recipe by twissis

This definitely company-worthy & easy-to-fix recipe from *French Bistro and Cafe Cooking* by Pierre-Yves Chupin (& the pic) made my eyes grow wide & my mouth water. Per his intro, "The art of simmering is a very important part of bistro cooking. All you have to do is combine all the ingredients, put them in a skillet (or casserole dish) & allow to cook b4 enjoying the rich flavors." Even that part of the recipe won me over. A white Burgundy (Rully or Pouilly-Fuisse) was suggested to accompany this dish. *Enjoy* ! *Edited To Add* In response to reviewer comments, I added the word *whole* to help describe the spice cloves, suggested med-sized shallots & gave options for the onion ingredient. :-)

Top Review by KissKiss

This recipe is incredible. I can't believe it doesn't have a thousand reviews - what a find! Aside from it tasting fantastic, it made my house smell positively dreamy. :-) I just wanted to mention to anyone thinking of using thawed frozen pearl onions, don't bother. They basically disintegrate into the sauce. Peeled fresh pearl onions is the way to go, and I'll be doing that next time. No shortcuts in French cooking! I will definitely be using this recipe to impress company. Thanks for posting it!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cut pork tenderloins into 1-in thick medallions. Heat a little olive oil in a lrg non-stick skillet or frying pan & brown the meat on all sides. Season to taste pref w/salt & pepper.
  2. Wipe the mushrooms, slice thinly & add to the frying pan w/the garlic, bay leaf & whole cloves.
  3. Peel the shallots & baby onions. Slice the shallots & add them to the frying pan w/the whole baby onions & sprig of thyme. Cover & cook for 1 hr over a gentle heat.
  4. Remove bay leaf, cloves & thyme sprig. Add cream & bring to a gentle boil, stirring constantly to thicken the sauce. Season to taste pref & serve immediately w/freshly boiled rice.

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