This one-dish pork tenderloin entree is perfect for fall. Sweet spices coat lean pork tenderloin, while apples get a savory treatment with shallots and thyme. Serve with a spinach salad. [LINK]Skip to main content
Brown the pork tenderloin on all sides before baking–this gives the meat a nice sear and seals in the rich flavor. Top with apricot chutney, made from store-bought jam, rice vinegar, mustard seed, and fresh ginger.
Honey-Orange Pork Tenderloin proves itself as an elegant main dish for company but still simple enough for a weeknight meal. For an easy side, steam 1 pound halved Brussels sprouts for 4 minutes; pat dry. Heat a skillet over medium-high heat. Add 2 teaspoons olive oil and sprouts; sauté 6 minutes.