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Apple-&-Fennel Roasted Pork Tenderloin

September/October 2007

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Roasted apples, fennel and red onion are the perfect foil to roasted pork tenderloin. Make it a meal: Stir sauteed broccoli rabe into quick-cooking barley to serve alongside.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I, too, found that the apple & fennel cooked in 15-20 minutes as opposed to 35. I omitted the onion and added some sliced butternut squash & garlic (sliced 2 cloves in quarters). The deglazed "dressing" was great on the veggies-...
Apple-&-Fennel Roasted Pork Tenderloin Recipe

12 Reviews for Apple-&-Fennel Roasted Pork Tenderloin

09/21/2009
Anonymous

Both my husband and I enjoyed this last nite. I made it with thick loin chops (which cooked faster than the recipe times for the whole tenderloin). The mix of onion, fennel and apples was attractive and very tasty. I cut everything into equal sized wedges, rather than slices. Just my aesthetic preference - I think roasting turns slices of veggies into limp strings. I prefer the veggies to retain their shape and not turn to complete mush. This would be a very easy dish to serve to company.

Elizabeth, Raleigh, NC

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

I agree with the other commenter about the cooking times and rotating the positions of the pork and veggie/fruit mixture. The apples/fennel/onion burns very easily in the bottom part of the oven. Still quite delicious though, and simple. I didn't have any cider vinegar, so I substituted a little balsamic.

Ragazza

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

I would have enjoyed this more if it weren't for the undercooked pork and burned apples. I suspect either the cooking times or the positions on the rack needed to be rotated in the recipes. Cook the pork below for longer and the apples above for less time.

Anonymous, Westchester, NY

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

Liked this a lot. It was simple and you could easily cook 2 things in the oven at the same time. My 9 yr old had been asking for fennel and she got it. I will make it again.

Anonymous, Plymouth, MN

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

I just finished eating this meal and it was excellent! I have never cooked fennel because I thought I did not like it but cooked this way it was delicious.

j, New Preston, CT

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