A mixture of fresh rosemary, sage, and thyme coats quick-cooking pork tenderloin, which pairs beautifully with tender apples and potatoes. The whole thing makes your kitchen smell like a dream, and the flavor? Even better.
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This recipe has potential and I will try again, but I found the 450 oven temp much too high and the time seemed excessive. My oven is accurate to with a few degrees. I ended up with charred, and not in a good way, bits of onion, nearly unidentifiable apple and potato, and dry pork. This may be because I had to halve the recipe. Not everyone cooks for 6-8 people. I cook for 2. Always an issue.
Made this last minute for dinner one evening and it did not disappoint! Super quick and easy to make!
This was soggy and tasteless. I would have given it no stars, as I threw it away.
This was tasty and I would make it again. My apples and potatoes both disintergrated and I cooked it for the amount of time per the recipe. I'll have to think about how to rectipfy that issue.
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