Recipe – Pork Tenderloin With Onion and Balsamic Glaze

Saute’ a pork tenderloin in non-stick pan over medium heat.  Do not use oil or spray if non-stick pan, turning loin to brown all sides.  Cover pan and saute’ on low until cooked through, about 10 minutes or until the roast is firm to the touch.  Add 3-4 slices of onion and pour the apple/lemon-lime sauce from previous recipe into the pan.  Add about 2 tbsp. of balsamic vinegar to pan with 1/4 cup of water.  Cook on medium heat until sauce is reduced by half and onions are tender, about 5 minutes.  Serve sliced pork with glaze poured over top and the apples on the side.

See a picture of this dish in a following post, same day post.

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I am a retired grandma who loves to craft, hand-quilt, antique and thrift store shop, and upcycle found treasures. And...always looking to try new art media. I love gardening using eclectic ideas and vintage pieces, with green natural products. I am Paleo and try to eat pure and allergy free, searching recipes, revising and substituting ingredients to fit my restricted diet; gluten, dairy, and egg free, including some nuts. I try to live green and organic, slowly dragging my family along with me.
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