If it's too bland for you, try what I did. I only used 4 boneless pork loin and pounded it out thin. I then took a fork and poked holes into the pork and marinated them for a few hours in a package of Grilltime Marinade (Zesty Herb, made according to packaged directions) and also added Thyme and a bit of Red Pepper, DO NOT USE SALT! After meat has marinated, pour all of contents into skillet, including leftover marinade; brown pork on both sides. After pork is browned take out (leave the drippings in pan). Sautee your onions in the drippings with a little bit of butter. Meanwhile, microwave 1 can of Cream of Mushroom Soup and 1 can of Cream of Chicken (DO NOT DRAIN THE WATER OFF & DO NOT ADD THE MILK YET) (I suggest using Low Sodium soup as the marinade is already pretty salty). Tip: Microwaving the soup first straight out of the can makes it easier to get all of the clumps out. Whisk together until smooth and then add a little milk not a lot, just about 1/4 cup. After soup is smooth, pour into the skillet with the drippings and onions; add a sprinkle of more Thyme, some garlic powder, and some black pepper. Stir together until hot, then pour over pork loin and potatoes. Bake as usual. This makes a very tasty thick cream sauce, and the meat is very delicious. I didn't put the potatoes in with the pork, instead I made homemade mashed potatoes so we could use the sauce as gravy, fried green tomatoes and biscuits. You don't need to bake as long without the potatoes
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If it's too bland for you, try what I did. I only used 4 boneless pork loin and pounded it...