This may look like a special-occasion roast, but it’s actually perfect for a weeknight, and while the fried sage leaves are optional, do try them. They make an unusual crisp garnish and add visual appeal to this simple but elegant dish.
Serve this dish with mashed potatoes, braised vegetables, or just a fresh green salad.
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Really, really tasty and easy. Just remember to cut the tenderloin so it's narrow enough to cook quickly!
This was wonderful. Love the sauce. It was very moist.
WOW! Super fas! Super Easy. Super Delicious! Definately a weeknight meal. I made the fried sage leaves, I loved them, my husband was lukewarm on them. I had NO fat to pour off from the pan out of the oven. I only ended up with 4 Tbsps. finished sauce and that included the juices from the rested loin. I wish there had been more. Not sure if I could add some chix stock to the pan when making the sauce to render a bit more sauce.
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