This recipe for Pork Medallions with Cranberry Stuffing is a keeper: a company's-coming dish that's actually weeknight-quick to make
Pork Medallions with Cranberry Stuffing - 2 person ($9.99/Serving)
20 Min(s) Total
20 Min(s) Prep
-2 pork tenderloins
-Sun Dried Tomato Vinaigrette Dressing
- Mustard (Home made - Golden Harvest)
- Stuffing Mix
1. Cut each tenderloin crosswise into 6 slices; pound to 1/2-inch thickness. Cook in large skillet sprayed with cooking spray on medium-high heat 3 min. on each side or until browned on both sides.
2. Mix dressing and mustard; pour over meat. Cook on low heat 3 min. on each side or until meat is done and sauce is thickened. Meanwhile, prepare stuffing as directed on package, but reducing spread to 1 Tbsp. and adding cranberries to water along with stuffing mix.
3. Spoon stuffing onto serving plates. Add meat; top with sauce.
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