Servings: 4 to 6
Fennel is a classic flavoring for pork because it brings out the sweetness of the meat. Although this recipe is straightforward, you can make it even easier by skipping the browning step. Instead, roll the raw tenderloin in the garlic mixture and roast for about 30 minutes.
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Excellent and easy recipe I recently prepared for dinner party. I browned the tenderloins, in advance, in a mixture of olive oil and an Italian herb butter I had in the freezer, adding even more flavour. The recommended cooking time worked well (though I may have added a few minutes in the oven while attending to another dish) with the meat a perfect pink and juicy. I served it with a smokey chipotle red pepper jelly if someone wanted a condiment with this dish. A perfect match. I accompanied with dish with FC Potato, Thyme & Olive Oil Gratin. I will definitely prepare this recipe for future dinner parties!
Wow! Very nice.
This looks like a really easy week-night dinner. I can't wait to try it!
Very tasty, moist, and savory. Served it with chive mashed potato the first night and buttered noodles as leftovers the second night. I have a well calibrated over and it took 30 min not 15 min to get to 130 degrees. That aside it will be a regular dinner with us.
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