pork tenderloin

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Noun1.pork tenderloin - pork loin muscle
tenderloin, undercut - the tender meat of the loin muscle on each side of the vertebral column
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Then the chutney itself can become the essential ingredient of a rich braising sauce for pork tenderloin.
Cook Once, Eat Twice" provides recipes that call for preparing extra of a main course item, such as pork tenderloin, one day and then using the leftovers to create a distinctly different but delicious dish on another day.
1-pound pork tenderloin, cut into 1-inch medallions
From Avocado Tampura; Sauteed Broccoli Raab with Pancetta; and Grilled Eggplant; to Hearts of Palm, Avocado and Jicama Salad; Sweet Onion Tartlets; and Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Sweet Onion Marmalade, the recipes comprising "The Hawai'i Farmers Market Cookbook" are easy-to-follow and so thoroughly 'user friendly' that even the most novice kitchen cook can lay out a menu that would delight any dedicated gourmet
Recommended items: Escargots, mussels, mushroom ravioli, pan-roasted whitefish, pork tenderloin, Maine lobster (Monday and Tuesday), tarte tatin.
The second and third prizes were awarded respectively to Susan Runkle of Walton, Kentucky for her Crispy Garlic Salmon Cakes with Roasted Corn Salsa and to Jamie Miller of Maple Grove, Minnesota for her Garlic and Herb Crusted Pork Tenderloin with Creamy Garlic Gravy.
One day at Torafuku I enjoyed an assorted sampler of deep-fried goodies ($9 at lunch, $12 at dinner), the panko-crusted pork tenderloin being the perfect example of texture and taste: fine, juicy meat encased in a crunchy, non-oily coating fashioned carefully with seasoned Japanese bread crumbs.
You can eat no higher on the hog than pork tenderloin.
2) Executive Chef Patrick Carroll of the Whistling Swan restaurant serves Berry Munch Crushed Pork Tenderloin to Helena McCarthy of Rochdale, above.
Those good things, as noted, include such boozy sauces as both a cognac and garlic sauce and a vodka-mustard sauce, used separately with shrimp; a cognac and gorgonzola sauce with steak and veal dishes; and a Calvados (apple brandy) sauce with pork tenderloin.
A personal favorite is Grilled Pineapple and Chili Pork Tenderloin With Mesclun Greens, she said.
Inclusive of recipes ranging from Yucca With Marilyn's Mojo; Genna's Spinach Risotto; and Lee's Borscht to Pickled Pink; Double-Ginger Rhubarb Chutney; and Chef Tim's Vietnamese-Style Pork Tenderloin, A Cook's Guide To Chicago offers readers with not only the addresses, histories, and tastes of remarkable restaurants, but easy-to-follow and "kitchen cook friendly" recipes from them as well.