Tired of the same old grilled or fried pork for Sunday lunch and dinner? Why not try this boiled pork tenderloin recipe? It’s simple, easy, and definitely mouthwatering. Despite its simplicity, this absolutely filling dish will be so memorable, it will definitely be a staple to every meal.
All you need to do is get some tenderloin and your stock pot. It will take just a couple of hours to make this scrumptious dish. The tenderness of the meat, topped with a sweet and salty sauce is a gastronomic experience waiting to happen. The addition of the white wine will definitely kick this tenderloin recipe up in a notch.
Don’t be afraid to use any brand of white wine for this recipe. Serve it with wine or juice, the boiled tenderloin pork dish will absolutely be an amazing dining experience. For more tenderloin recipes, you might want to check out our Grilled Teriyaki Pork Tenderloin as well.
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How To Make Boiled Pork Tenderloin
Add a twist to your usual tenderloin by using white wine to unleash a tangy and sweet flavor.
- Season with salt, pepper.
- In a large deep skillet, sear pork in vegetable oil until brown.
- Add thyme and deglaze with white wine. Reduce briefly.
- Set aside the pork.
- Using the same pan, saute onions and potatoes briefly.
- Add the chicken broth & garlic. Simmer until potatoes are tender, roughly 20 minutes.
- Place the pork back & add the cabbage. Simmer for another 10 minutes.
- Before serving, slice the pork into ½-inch then top with vegetables.
- Serve and enjoy.
Cutting pork into smaller pieces is the secret to having a flavorful meal. Having smaller pieces of pork makes it easy to season and cook the meat evenly.
- Sugar: 16g
- Calcium: 202mg
- Calories: 340kcal
- Carbohydrates: 36g
- Cholesterol: 74mg
- Fat: 10g
- Fiber: 13g
- Iron: 4mg
- Potassium: 1441mg
- Protein: 30g
- Saturated Fat: 6g
- Sodium: 252mg
- Vitamin A: 445IU
- Vitamin C: 178mg
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I keep the tenderloin moist?
To keep the pork tenderloin from completely drying out during cooking time, it is best to make sure you have a good sear on the pork pieces, and also keep the temperature low while simmering. By doing this, we are allowing the crust to keep the moisture inside the meat without it losing its shape. Cooking the pork for long over low temperatures ensures that the juices aren’t pushed out of the meat while cooking.
Is there any difference between the common white wine and the cooking wine?
Yes, there is, in fact, quite a difference between your regular white wine and cooking wine. For instance, flavor-wise, the regular white wine will produce a stronger taste when you use it for cooking, such as in this recipe. On the other hand, cooking wine has a more neutral taste that will be useful for just cooking and not drinking.
ConclusionYou don't need to find an excuse to enjoy this tasty boiled tenderloin pork dish. Serve it with your favorite bowl of mashed potatoes or some rice, and we guarantee it's an absolutely filling dish.
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