10 Reviews

Simple, tasty recipe. I used boneless Country ribs and they were wonderful. I prepared it in the AM and popped it in the oven 1 hour before dinner. Used 4 cloves garlic. Thanks Sage great recipe

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Bergy December 10, 2002

This was a lovely meal. The meat was tender, juicy, and oh so delicious. The gravy and vegetables were excellent. We really enjoyed this dish. I served it with my favorite pastas, it was wonderful. Thanks so much for sharing.

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Baby Kato July 30, 2009

Nice meal. I served with orzo. It was a bit too juicy for us and I will use more cornstarch to thicken the gravy next time. Thanks for a nice meal Sage. Made for The Best of Cookbook 2008 Swap.

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happynana March 21, 2009

Outstanding pork recipe here! I almost couldn't stop eating it, but then realized that if I didn't, I'd probably explode, so to save my cats the trauma, I stopped. ;) I served this with the wonderful Spaetzle (noodles) recipe and we were in heaven. Perfect ingredients and instructions that will be utilized over and over. Thank you for posting, Sage!

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Sandi (From CA) November 25, 2008

Instead of shallot, I used green onion. The mushrooms I bought were sliced. I used apple juice instead of sherry wine. And I diluted the cornstarch in 2 tablespoon of water cause I read that the sauce was too liquid. But for us this was a good sauce. The pork tenderloin was so moist. And the taste of the pork, sauce and mushroom all together was great :) Thanks Sage. Made for Holiday Tag.

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Boomette August 08, 2008

FABULOUS!! Made this tonight with crispy cheese cauliflower and served over pasta. YUMMY! There was definitely a lot of work and steps to this recipe and my pork was slightly overdone even only baking it for 40 minutes (rather than the full hour). I wondered as I made this dish whether the baking process was necessary or whether I can just simmer this concoction in the large pan I had it in. I plan to do that the next time..and there will be a next time. Lovely flavors...used fresh rosemary. Wonderful!! 2 and 4 year old also liked it!! Thanks for posting this one!

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RedVinoGirl August 08, 2008

Wow... excellent recipe. I did replace 1 c. of fresh mushrooms for a dried blend from Costco. It was a hit!

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Susan D in Indianapolis, IN March 11, 2008

Nice way to cook a tenderloin. I think I'll either dredge the meat in flour before searing or use extra cornstarch next time. I found the sauce just a tiny bit watery. That could have come from the mushrooms though. :)

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Lori Mama October 22, 2007

This was definately a 5*, I used pork tenderloin just as stated, it was wonderful. The only thing I missed was the shallot, had none and couldn't find any decent ones so I just used more onion. Also doubled the garlic. The oregano and rosemary brought out the the sweetness of the pork and the mushrooms were perfect in the sauce. Actually the sauce was outstanding!!Yummy and rich over boiled, parselied new potatoes. Thanks for sharing this guest quality recipe!!

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Derf August 10, 2003

quite yummy! tasted the sauce when first made and it was wonderful, with a touch of sweetness from the sherry....after cooking 1 hour it had lost the sweetness i had liked--willtry it again and not cook for so long!thanks....

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kimbearly January 07, 2003
Pork Tenderloin and Mushrooms