The countdown to Thanksgiving is on. Make this week about simple meals loaded with fall flavors—like this quick sauté—that you can pull together in minutes, leaving you more time to plan the menu for the big day.
The pork sauté is a complete meal in itself, but you can start it off with a Frisée Salad with Blue Cheese, Dried Cherries & Walnut Vinaigrette.
This was excellent. It was easy quick and tasty. I eliminated the water in the potatoes to steam after the sear as the potatoes were already tender, also I will cut down on the fat next time though the dish wasn't greasy or fatty. I also used a Granny Smith instead of a Delicious.
Absolutely delicious! I have made this twice, and it was just as good the second time as the first. It's a little time consuming, but it is not difficult. I may experiment with alternative methods of cooking the pork, so I can speed the process along. Regardless, the combination of flavors in this dish is outstanding.
Delicious! The fresh ginger and cider vinegar give the dish just the punch it needs to balance the sweet ingredients. I also liked the fact that I had only a frying pan to clean up.
Outstanding. I followed it to the letter. Took longer than I thought. Total time from when I entered the kitchen to dinner was 50 minutes. Too long for a weeknight. Will make it again. Loved the potatoes almost crisp. Used garnet yams and they were perfect.
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