Recipe by Marianne
"Pork tenderloin medallions with Alfredo sauce make an easy but tasty meal and it's ready in less than half an hour! Serve over freshly boiled red potatoes for a delicious gluten-free meal."
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Salt and pepper to taste
1 (16 ounce)
pork tenderloin, cut crosswise into 1/2-inch thick slices
extra virgin olive oil
fresh thyme leaves
1 (15 ounce) jar
Classico® Fresh Alfredo Sauce
grated lemon zest
Winner! I made this recipe with my grand daughter for a festive girls lunch. Really easy and oh so good! I used very thin boneless pork loin chops instead of the pork tenderloin and it worked out very well. The pork cooks really fast and the sauce tastes like you spent hours on it. There were four of us 'girls' for lunch and there wasn't a single morsel leftover. I garnished with some diced fresh tomatoes. Next time I will steam some broccoli to go along with it. Thank you! Great recipe!
Did not care for this at all. Maybe it was the Alfredo Sauce from a jar (I've never used that before), but didn't think it had much flavor and I even added extra garlic and some mushrooms. Won't be making this again.
I actually didn't have high hopes for this recipe. Normally, I stay away from anything that has jarred sauces. HOWEVER, this was pretty darn good! I added a little more lemon than called for (and next time I will add more capers), but everything else was the same and it was AWESOME! I couldn't get enough and my husband, who is very picky, especially regarding pork entrees, was pleased as well. A happy husband makes a happy me! I served this with roasted asparagus and potatoes along with a moscato. It was great!
Fabulous recipe - used on pork chops, seasoned, browned and simmered for about 40 minutes in the sauce. SOOOO yummy. Tender, flavorful, moist and absolutely delicious. My husband and son both gave this one a big thumbs up.
Made this recipe tonight and it was awesome! I didn't have any white wine so I just used water and only used 1/2 the jar of sauce (only cooking for 2). I also left out the cayenne. I added fresh garlic to the sauce also just before I put the pork back in. It was a big hit and my husband (who refuses to eat anything with an Alfredo sauce) loved it!
Great recipe it was very flavorful. I added a little more cayenne that was my only change.
very nice. I cooked pork two minutes per side them warmed again in sauce. the sauce was a beautiful Alfredo. best I've ever made. the wine and lemon take it to the next level. I made homemade Alfredo sauce, not from a jar.
Really good, served over boiled potatoes. Easy to burn butter so be careful
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 281
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