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Maple-Chili Glazed Pork Medallions

September/October 2007

Your rating: None Average: 4.1 (238 votes)

Pork medallions are quick and easy to prepare, and are particularly tasty with a maple-chili glaze.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was FANTASTIC. I did double the amount of maple syrup, but was using sugar-free anyway. I highly recommend this recipe--simple, healthy, quick, delicious! Even those of us with less culinary expertise can handle this one :). "
Maple-Chili Glazed Pork Medallions

24 Reviews for Maple-Chili Glazed Pork Medallions

08/13/2015
Anonymous
Delicious!

Delicious! Didn't even taste like a healthy dish! Would highly recommend for a family dinner, and it pairs well with brown rice.

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06/14/2015
Anonymous
Quick and easy with great flavor

This is a favorite of mine. It is easy to prepare and gives great flavor to a bland pork tenderloin. I buy tenderloin on sale, pre-slice it and freeze it, just so I can make this recipe. I wouldn't recommend substituting apple juice for the cider. It is too mild a flavor to complement the chipotle. But, when cider is not in season, I sometimes substitute orange juice with wonderful results.

Easy weeknight meal
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02/19/2015
Anonymous
Great quick weeknight dinner

this recipe is great for many reasons. It is really fast, easy, and I had all of the ingredients in my pantry! The flavors are excellent- I was worried it would be too sweet but it came out really well. As other reviewers suggest, I would recommend doubling the glaze (and therefore also increasing the reducing time). I served this with rice pilaf and crinkle cut carrots. Wonderful and this recipe is now in my regular rotation!

Fast, easy, few ingredients
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08/21/2013
Amazing

I've only ever made this with chicken, as my family and boyfriend are not a huge fan of pork, and when I first told them I was going to make it for dinner, they were very skeptical .. I swapped the cider for plain apple juice, and used white vinegar, and my family absolutely loved it, and now get excited every time I say I'm going to make, which is brilliant for me, because my boyfriend is so fussy with his food. Plus it's so simple, and so quick to make, it's great from when I get home from uni and can't be bothered. I've already shared this recipe with all my friends.

quick, easy, tasty
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08/20/2013
Anonymous

I was looking for low recipes low in sodium and this one came up. Although it sounds good it is very high in sodium
I don't know how that is considered heathy.

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Anonymous wrote 2 weeks 6 days ago

It's actually not very high

It's actually not very high in sodium. It's a main dish with less than 400 mg. And as the other commenter said, reduce, replace or remove the salt. Jeez.

Anonymous wrote 21 weeks 5 days ago

Reduce the amount of salt if

Reduce the amount of salt if that matters to you. No reason to give this easy and yummy recipe a bad vote.
Not everyone needs to reduce salt to be healthy.

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