Hatch Chili Pork Loin with peachy sauce

Hatch Chili Pork Loin With Peachy Sauce Recipe

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Joni Preston


I know the peach sounds strange but it makes the sauce sooooo good. I put the peaches in with the garlic and saute them so they are pretty much a relish by the time I am done. Add a little cream to the pan juices and it may be the best sauce I have ever had.


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15 Min
1 Hr


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2-3 lb
pork tenderloin (cut lengthwise in two)
garlic and herb seasoning
salt and pepper
2-3 clove
hatch chili peppers
1 small
peach (or one half of a larger one) diced
3 Tbsp
olive oil, extra virgin

How to Make Hatch Chili Pork Loin with peachy sauce


  • 1Salt and pepper the tenderloin (cut lengthwise into two long trips). You can add any type of herb seasoning too - you pick!
  • 2Saute garlic cloves, peach and hatch chili peppers until soft. Push these aside in the pan and Add the two pork loin pieces in a large skillet over medium-high in olive oil until just cooked (5-7 minutes on each side). Remove the meat from pan and cover with foil. The bits may be burnt a bit, but leave them in the pan.
  • 3In the same pan, add whole cream to the pan drippings and remaining bits from the garlic, peach and peppers. Do not over cook this - just get the cream hot and allow the bits to impart their flavor on the sauce. It will need a little salt and pepper for flavor. Dump all of this sauce on top of the pork loins.
  • 4Serve with steamed vegetables and you are done!

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About Hatch Chili Pork Loin with peachy sauce

Course/Dish: Pork, Chili
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids
Hashtags: #Cream, #sauce, #loin, #hatch

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