if you want to impress someone .... make this. it looks and tastes sooo professional. my only suggestion is to go with the gouda. it really makes the flavor! can use parsley, or green onion/chives ..also, these are REALLY FILLING. go light with the side dishes, like steamed veg's or a salad ... EDIT - I usually make these pork chops, recipe as stated, but I had some tenderloin, and wanted to stuff it (was going to do apple), but then I thought of this recipe .. it worked GREAT. lay the 'stuffing' on the tenderloin (I used a bit more bacon for the filling, like 7 or 8 slices), roll it up/tie it .. I then made a mustard maple glaze for the outside: 1/4C. maple syrup (buy a high quality maple syrup, not breakfast/aunt jemima syrup), 1/3. cup dijon mustard, plus 1 tsp balsamic vinegar. brush onto rolled tenderloin w/ pastry brush and I cooked it at 400 degrees F for 35 - 40 min .. took it out halfway through and brushed it with the sauce again .. came out perfect .. insides gooey. served with 'garlic dill new potatoes' from this site, and turkish flatbread bread w/ spinach dip. will do it like this from now on (easier than the chops).. great recipe all around.
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if you want to impress someone .... make this. it looks and tastes sooo professional. my only...