"This is a delicious and easy recipe. It smells great cooking and is perfect for entertaining guests." — Nicole
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pork tenderloin, cut into 1/4-inch-thick slices
fresh lime juice
prepared yellow mustard
Okay, now I didn't doctor this much ... just by necessity: I didn't have cream so I used canned evaporated milk, as I often do in a pinch. (That's why I keep it in the house.) The first time I made it I just decided on it at the last minute as a way to use the pork I had thawed - huge hit. HUGE. Tonight I needed inspiration for dinner ... and no thawed pork ... so I made this with chicken. Again, huge hit. REALLY huge. Will become a staple. And yes, I use vermouth. This recipe is a good reason to keep it in the house.
I couldn't wait to make this recipe - I love mustard sauces...but this was a disappointment. It should have been called Pork with Allspice Sauce. You better really like the taste of allspice to appreciate this - or I would suggest adding it in small quantities and adjust to taste.
This is so quick and easy. I substitute red wine for the vermouth (only because I don't keep vermouth on hand)and use WAY less allspice- between 1/4 to 1/2 tsp. The flavor is delicious. I like to serve it with buttered noodles and peas. Great for a weeknight dinner.
Great recipe. Very tasty. I also used garlic with the butter when browning the pork and subsituted red wine for vermouth as the earlier suggested, but I did not add any onions or tomatoes. After I added the cream and mustard I let the mixture simmer about another 15 min to further reduce it. Served it over egg noodles and it was great! Thanks.
Modified this recipe after reading comments. Doubled the sauce recipe, adding twice the lime juice and leaving out the allspice. I added other seasoning I like instead. I used a red wine instead of Vermouth because that's what I had. I also added Panko to my flour. Served over noodles. IT WAS AWESOME! I will be coming back to this recipe many more times! Thanks
Very good! This came together so quickly and tasted very gourmet. I used savignon blanc instead of vermouth and dijon mustard instead of yellow. I also just used a T of honey instead of honey mustard. And, I used more like 1 pound of pork. I served over egg noodles. It doesn't make a ton of sauce but I wasn't expecting it to be 'saucy', just a nice drizzle of sauce over each serving.
Mmmm, yummy, what a great combination of flavours!!! Wasn't sure what to expect with the ingredients combination but what a lovely surprise, thanks for sharing!
THIS ROCKED! I'm always looking for pork recipes, as its so cheap that we eat it often. This was a fabulous experience for the tastebuds... perfect amount of sweet and flavor. Mmmmmm! Will make again and again! Thank you!!! Oh! I almost forgot... I substituted evaporated milk for whipping cream and it was wonderful.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork Scaloppini with Mustard Creme
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 459
** Calories from Fat: 283
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