This was just wonderful! It would make a great, but easy company dish. Unbelievably, pork tenderloin was cheaper than chops at the store today. I cut it up into medallions and seared them in some olive oil. I removed them from the pan so I could put 1/2 of a cut Vidalia onion in the pan. Then I replaced the pork, covered with the sauce (to which I added about 2 tsp of minced garlic) and let it cook covered 25 minutes on medium heat. My husband agrees that this is a definite keeper! Thanks for the recipe.
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This was just wonderful! It would make a great, but easy company dish. Unbelievably, pork...