8 Reviews

This totally did NOT taste like a 'diet' dinner. Just joined WW last week and let me tell you, this was the BEST meal so far. The pork was so tender. I've never cooked with Lemon Pepper seasoning before and it gave the pork such a wonderful flavor. I wasn't sure if both sides needed to be sprinkled with the seasioning, so I did anyway. I can't imagine it any other way. And the sauce that went over it was amazing. Just the perfect amount of mustard. I loved the taste of it with the pork. I just wish there was more sauce. PRIMO recipe. BTW, I typed this into WW recipe builder and it shot back 4 WW points per serving. I served this with a dinner salad. DH couldn't stop raving about it. I ate my 4 oz. and he ate the rest....YUMMY!! This is totally a keeper. Thanks!

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Trixyinaz April 04, 2003

I LOVED the tenderloin. The sauce? Not so much. It was bitter and salty, so much so that I couldn't even taste the dijon. I tried adding honey, but that only helped minimally with the bitterness. Maybe you're supposed to use bottled lemon juice and not fresh? Anyway, I will definitely prepare tenderloin like this from now on, and there are tons of different spices that would go well on it! Thanks for the recipe! :)

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ChipotleChick January 10, 2010

Really liked this recipe. Will be making it often!

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TrehtonsMom November 27, 2007

This was ok but I don't think I'll make it again. I made it as a dump recipe by combining everything in a ziploc bag and then throwing into the freezer. When serving it, I dumped everything into a casserole dish and baked until done. I realized that I forgot the chives (but the recipe doesn't say when to add them anyway)It was a bit spicy for me and the kids so I would use less lemon pepper if I were to make this one again and I would make more of the sauce. However, the pieces were nice and tender.

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* Pamela * September 09, 2007

While I really enjoyed the outcome on this recipe, I had a few minor issues. The first one being the facgt that the recipe never tells you when to add the fresh chives. I added them at the very end on top of the cooked pork and sauce. The second issue is the fact that, as written, there was no sauce. It was simply a deglazed pan. So I doubled the sauce ingredients. While it still didn't look like enough, it ended up being fine. A nice dinner enjoyed with rice, veggies, and cantaloupe.

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ladypit April 30, 2007

This recipe is a wonderful change from ordinary Pork Chops! I didn't have any lemon juice, so I just used double the amount of Worcestershire sauce. Both hubby and I agreed that it was wonderful and next time I will used double the amount of Dijon mustard as well. Thanks for the good recipe!

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dottiebeverly April 10, 2007

Very easy and very good! We'll be having this again, that's for sure!!

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mer@ February 09, 2007

This recipe was fast, and so easy to prepare! The taste was outstanding and I agree, did NOT taste like a "diet" dinner!! I prepares with Weight watcher Au Gratin Potatoes Weight Watchers Au Gratin Potatoes 3 Pts (Low-Fat) for an 8 point dinner. Thanks Audrey for sharing!

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Griffin_1012 February 04, 2007
Pork Tenderloin with Lemon Mustard Sauce - WW 5 Points