PORK TENDERLOIN SMOTHERED IN PEAR-ONION GRAVY

There are few meats as forgiving as pork tenderloin. Even overcooked, it’s tasty. Add pear-onion gravy and we are talking over-the-top amazing. And it’s so easy to make. Try it!
Pork Tenderloin Smothered in Pear Onion Gravy

1/3 cup all-purpose flour

1/2 tsp sea salt

1/4 tsp ground black pepper

2 tbsp olive oil

1-1/2 lb pork tenderloin, sliced 1/2″ thick

2 tbsp butter

1-1/4 cup diced onions

2 pears, cored and diced

1 cup chicken broth

1 tbsp sherry cooking wine

1 tsp champagne vinegar

1 tbsp cornstarch

4 scallions, sliced diagonally

1) Preheat oven to 180 degrees and place 4 oven-safe plates in oven to warm

2) In shallow bowl, mix flour, sea salt, and black pepper

3) To large skillet add olive oil and heat over medium-high; meanwhile, dredge pork tenderloin pieces in flour mixture; place pork tenderloin pieces in skillet and cook 2-3 minutes each side until lightly browned and just done; transfer to warmed plates in oven

4) To same skillet over medium heat, add butter, onions, and pears and cook 5 minutes, stirring occasionally

5) Meanwhile, in small bowl mix: chicken broth, cooking wine, vinegar, and cornstarch; stir into pear-onion mixture in skillet and cook 5 minutes until “gravy” thickens; remove from heat

6) Remove plated pork tenderloin from oven and pour pear-onion “gravy” over the top; sprinkle with scallions and serve

Servings: 4

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2 thoughts on “PORK TENDERLOIN SMOTHERED IN PEAR-ONION GRAVY

  1. IS there such a thing as over-cooked pork tenderloin???I love it caramelized!
    This is a scrumptious recipe,Tamara!

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