Pork Tenderloin Medallions Sautéed in Red Wine with Roasted Red Peppers – 25 Minutes – Quick and Easy

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Pork Tenderloin Medallions Sautéed in Red Wine with Roasted Red Peppers?

WOW….

…….that sounds like a tough dish to make. But it’s not. It definatly qualifies as a quick and easy weeknight meal. 

10 Minutes Prep time and 15 Minutes or less cook time and you will have it on the table.

You could sub chicken tenders or breast cut up into medallions for the Pork Tenderloin and beef or chicken broth for the red wine.

You can get roasted red peppers in a jar off the shelf at the grocery store. We make ’em ourselves and keep a small mason jar of them in the fridge. They are real easy to do and real tasty. Here’s how do it==> Roasted red peppers recipe.

Let’s get it going. 

Put a skillet on at medium high.

Whenever I buy pork Tenderloins I always get at least twice as much as I need for that nights supper and remove the silver skin from all of them with a sharp knife. Then the extra goes in the freezer in zip-locs. That’s where tonight’s pork tenderloin came from.

Slice the pork tenderloins crossways into about 3/8″- 1/2″ thick slices.

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Drizzle enough olive oil into the skillet to barely coat the bottom. Put the pork tenderloin medallions into the skillet getting them all spread out . Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Give them one minute a side max.

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Add the red wine, the butter, the roasted red peppers and the garlic. 

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Mix it all together and when the wine has reduced and thickened up a little it’s time to serve and enjoy your Pork Tenderloin Medallions Sautéed in Red Wine with Roasted Red Peppers. Bon Appetit!!  

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I multi tasked and put together some penne pasta aglio e olio as my starch tonight. Gammy is gluten free and paleo so she had spaghetti squash aglio e olio as her side dish. 

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  1. Put a skillet on at medium high. Slice the pork tenderloins crossways into about 3/8"- 1/2" thick slices.Drizzle enough olive oil into the skillet to barely coat the bottom. Put the pork tenderloin medallions into the skillet getting them all spread out . Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Give them one minute a side max.
  2. Add the red wine, the butter, the roasted red peppers and the garlic. Mix it all together and when the wine has reduced and thickened up a little it's time to serve and enjoy your Pork Tenderloin Medallions Sautéed in Red Wine with Roasted Red Peppers. Bon Appetit!!
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Filet Mignon – Quick and Easy – 30 Minutes

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If Filet Mignon sounds a little too restauranty and chefy for you to make at home.

That is not so!

It definitely qualifies as Quick and Easy and …….

……..it’s not real expensive. You can get USDA choice beef tenderloin steaks for $8.99 – $9.99 a pound at Costco and Sam’s. A pound will give you two big (8oz.) steaks or 3 -4 regular size.

And,,,you will still get this great meal on the table in less than 30 minutes.

Tonight I put some string beans and onions in a skillet on a burner set at medium heat with salt, pepper, lemon juice and butter.

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Stir them a few times as they do their thing. When the onions have started to wilt add the white wine – or chicken stock – and let the wine simmer and reduce a little.

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While the veggies are getting cooked. Multi task a little and put another skillet on a medium high and swirl about a tablespoon of olive oil in.

Salt pepper and garlic powder both sides of your beef tenderloin steaks and put ’em in the skillet. Just sear each side for about 2 minutes and …..

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……put them in a dish that will catch the drippings and put the dish on an idle burner to keep warm. Don’t worry about them not being cooked on the inside they are going to cook some more in with the wine and the mushrooms.Filet Mignon-3-poppopcooks.com-beef tenderloin-beef tenderloin recipe-beef steak-beef recipes-tenderloin-easy filet mignon recipe-Quick and easy-gluten free-paleo

Rinse off the mushrooms. You could use bigger ones than shown here and cut them up. We like these baby portabellas.

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If you are using jarred mushrooms just drain them. Put the mushrooms in the steak pan and brown them a little.

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Add the salt, pepper, onions, garlic and rosemary.

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Stir it up and let it cook until the onions just start to brown a little on their edges and add the butter and the red wine. Stir with a wooden spoon scraping the bits of meat off the bottom.

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Put the steaks and the drippings back in and turn them over a few times as the butter melts and the wine reduces. When the filet mignon is cooked to the degree of doneness that YOU want   – rare is soft to a poke or 140-145° on a meat thermometer – starting to get firm or 155-160° is medium – firm or 165-170° is well done.

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Serve up and enjoy your Filet Mignon. Top the steaks off with the onions and a little of the sauce.

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Oh yeah, and get after the rest of that red wine. We had a nice bottle of pinot noir with our filet mignon.

Of course some of Poppop’s easy homemade bread is always nice too.

 

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  1. put some string beans and onions in a skillet on a burner set at medium heat with salt, pepper, lemon juice and butter. Stir them a few times as they do their thing. When the onions have started to wilt add the white wine - or chicken stock - and let the wine simmer and reduce a little.
  2. Salt pepper and garlic powder both sides of your beef steaks and put 'em in the skillet. Just sear each side for about 2 minutes and put them in a dish that will catch the drippings and put the dish on an idle burner to keep warm. Don't worry about them not being cooked on the inside they are going to cook some more with the onions and mushrooms.
  3. Rinse off the mushrooms. You could use bigger ones than shown here and cut them up. We like these baby portabellas. If you are using jarred mushrooms just drain them. Put the mushrooms in the steak pan and brown them a little.
  4. Add the salt, pepper, onions, garlic and rosemary. Stir it up and let it cook until the onions just start to brown a little on their edges and add the butter and the red wine. Stir with a wooden spoon scraping the bits of meat off the bottom. Put the steaks and the drippings back in and turn them over a few times as the butter melts and the wine reduces. When the filet mignon is cooked to the degree of doneness that YOU want - rare is soft to a poke or 140-145° on a meat thermometer - starting to get firm or 155-160° is medium - firm or 165-170° is well done.
  5. Serve up and enjoy your Filet Mignon. Top the steaks off with the onions and a little of the sauce.
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Easy Pork Tenderloin Steaks with Red Wine Balsamic Glaze

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Easy Pork Tenderloin Steaks with…

….Red Wine Balsamic Glaze is…

…not complicated. It is a snap! And,, you can easily multi task and put together the veggies along with Pork Tenderloin Steaks in under 30 minutes.

Put two skillets on the stove. One at medium and one at medium high. Eyeball enough olive oil in each to barely cover the bottoms.

We had some pearl onions leftover from a big batch of caramelized pearl onions that I had made for some family guests.

We always have baby carrots and frozen peas so that’s what we’re going to put together along with the Pork Tenderloin Steaks.

No cleaning or peeling necessary.

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Just put them in the skillet set at medium. Sprinkle a little salt and pepper and toss or gently stir a few times as they cook.

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With a sharp knife trim the silver skin off the tenderloin and cut into 1″ thick steaks. Sprinkle with salt, pepper and powdered garlic then add them to the skillet.

About 3-5 minutes a side depending on how well done that YOU like them.

Still soft to a finger poke is rare – starting to get firm is medium and firm is well done.

With an instant read meat thermometer 145°F is rare – 160 is medium and 170 is well done.

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When the second side is almost done add the red wine and the balsamic vinegar. Bring the liquids up to a fast simmer and reduce the heat just enough to maintain the simmer.

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Let the liquid reduce a little and add the peas to the carrots and onions.

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Toss the veggies a few times and as soon as the peas are warm the wine balsamic mixture will have reduced a little and…..

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…your Pork Tenderloin Steaks are ready to serve. Spoon some of the liquid on the steaks and enjoy!!

Pinot Noir works real well for the glaze and the rest of the bottle goes along great with your Pork Tenderloin Steaks.

 

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  1. Put two skillets on the stove. One at medium and one at medium high. Eyeball enough olive oil in each to barely cover the bottoms.
  2. Put the carrots and onions in the pan that you have set at medium. Sprinkle a little salt and pepper and toss or gently stir a few times as they cook.
  3. With a sharp knife trim the silver skin off the tenderloin and cut into 1" thick steaks. Sprinkle with salt, pepper and powdered garlic then add them to the skillet. About 3-5 minutes a side depending on how well done that YOU like them. Finger poke - still soft is rare - starting to get firm is medium and firm is well done. With an instant read meat thermometer 145°F is rare - 160 is medium and 170 is well done.
  4. When the second side is almost done add the red wine and the balsamic vinegar. Bring the liquids up to a fast simmer and reduce the heat just enough to maintain the simmer.
  5. Let the liquid reduce a little and add the peas to the carrots and onions. Toss the veggies a few times and as soon as the peas are warm the wine balsamic mixture will have reduced a little and your Pork Tenderloin Steaks are ready to serve. Enjoy!!
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Pork Tenderloin with Caramelized Onions – Quick and Easy – 30 Minutes –

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Pork Tenderloin with Caramelized Onions…..

………….sounds complicated and like a lot of work but you will put this quick and easy weeknight meal together just like that – “quick and easy”. It involves a little multi tasking but it’s still quick and easy. Please watch this very short video and let me know – jack@poppopcooks.com – should I or should I not keep on including them in the recipes.

Cut the silver skin off the tenderloin with a sharp knife.

Put a skillet on at medium high and swirl in enough olive oil to coat the bottom of the pan. Cut the tenderloin in half. Lightly sprinkle it on all sides with salt and pepper. Put the tenderloin in the pan and ………..

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………..turn it occasionally as it cooks to get it seared on all sides. While the pork tenderloin is cooking cut the onion into strips and chop the garlic.

When the pork tenderloin is firm to a poke with your finger or reads  145°F on an instant read meat thermometer remove them to a plate to rest. Reduce the heat to medium and put the onions strips in the skillet. Lightly salt and pepper. Stir them often as they soften and get caramelized. 

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Put another skillet on at medium high and swirl in enough olive oil to coat the bottom. Put in the string beans and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Turn a few times as they cook. When they start to get limp add the garlic and squeeze in some lemon juice. Mix it all up and cook until the garlic is turning gold on it’s edges.

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 Then add the grated parmesan cheese and stir to coat the beans.

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Meanwhile add the red wine to the onions and simmer until it is reduced and thickened a little.

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Slice up the pork tenderloin and top with the caramelized onion. While things were cooking I “baked” some sweet potatoes in the microwave. Enjoy your Pork Tenderloin with Caramelized Onions Red Wine Topping and your parmesan crusted string beans and your “baked” sweet potatoes and……..

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……..the rest of that red wine. Bon Appetit!!!

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  1. Cut the silver skin off the tenderloin with a sharp knife. Put a skillet on at medium high and swirl in enough olive oil to coat the bottom of the pan. Cut the tenderloin in half. Lightly sprinkle it on all sides with salt and pepper. Put the tenderloin in the pan and turn it occasionally as it cooks to get it seared on all sides. While the pork tenderloin is cooking cut the onion into strips and chop the garlic. When the pork tenderloin is firm to a poke with your finger or reads 145°F on an instant read meat thermometer remove them to a plate to rest. Reduce the heat to medium and put the onions strips in the skillet. Lightly salt and pepper. Stir them often as they soften and get caramelized.
  2. Put another skillet on at medium high and swirl in enough olive oil to coat the bottom. Put in the string beans and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Turn a few times as they cook. When they start to get limp add the garlic and squeeze in some lemon juice. Mix it all up and cook until the garlic is turning gold on it's edges.Put another skillet on at medium high and swirl in enough olive oil to coat the bottom. Put in the string beans and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Turn a few times as they cook. When they start to get limp add the garlic and squeeze in some lemon juice. Mix it all up and cook until the garlic is turning gold on it's edges. Then add the grated parmesan cheese and stir to coat the beans.
  3. Meanwhile add the red wine to the onions and simmer until it is reduced and thickened a little.
  4. Slice up the pork tenderloin and top with the caramelized onion. While things were cooking I "baked" some sweet potatoes in the microwave. Enjoy your Pork Tenderloin with Caramelized Onions Red Wine Topping and your parmesan crusted string beans and your "baked" sweet potatoes.
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