Pan Seared Pork Tenderloin Medallions with Rustic Sasuage Hash and Sauteed Garlic and Butter French Cut Green Beans

1
Megan Conner

By
@enviedindulgence

This sounds extremely complicated but it is a quick cooking meal and is very hardy. Real deal comfort food!

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Serves:
4
Prep:
30 Min
Cook:
1 Hr
Method:
Pan Fry

Ingredients

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  • ·
    pork medallions
  • 1 pkg
    hormel lean pork tenderloin (1.15 pound roast)
  • ·
    vegetable oil (use as needed to fry medallions in)
  • ·
    salt and pepper to taste
  • ·
    sauteed french cut green beans
  • 1 clove
    garlic (grated)
  • 1 can(s)
    french cut green beans
  • 1 Tbsp
    butter
  • ·
    hash recipe
  • 2
    italian sasuage links
  • 12 oz
    smoke sausage rope (only use 1/4 of it. it is usually
  • 15 slice
    pepperoni
  • 1/4
    green pepper (chopped finely)
  • 1/2 small
    onion (chopped finely)
  • 3
    medium potatoes (chopped rather thin)
  • 1/3 Tbsp
    smoked paprika
  • 1/4 tsp
    garlic powder
  • 1/4 tsp
    onion powder
  • 1/8 tsp
    red pepper flakes

How to Make Pan Seared Pork Tenderloin Medallions with Rustic Sasuage Hash and Sauteed Garlic and Butter French Cut Green Beans

Step-by-Step

  1. Take your pork loin out of the package and pat it dry with a paper towel. Then cut the pork loin in half and then take each half and cut them in half to where you end up with 4 medallions.
  2. Salt and Pepper those on both sides and set aside. Pre heat your oven to 400 degrees.
  3. Finely chop your onion, green pepper, and dice your potatoes. Dice your pepperoni slices and grate your garlic clove.
  4. Take the outer skin off the links of the italian sausage and crumble the sasuage into a sautee pan over medium heat. Chop the smoked sasuage into half moon pieces.
  5. Cook the sasuages down until they carmelize and are golden brown (takes about 6-8 minutes), then add the chopped pepperoni and cook that for another 3 minutes, then strain the meat from the grease and add half of the grease back into the sauce pan and sautee your veggies (except for the garlic) in the drippings.
  6. Once all of the vegetables are tender then add the meats back into the pan and put lid over the pan and continue to cook for another 6 minutes so all the flavors can marry together.
  7. Coat the bottom of a non stick sautee pan in vegetable oil and turn it on high heat. While waiting on the pan to come up to temperature open and drain the french cut green beans.
  8. Dump the green beans and 1 table spoon of butter, and grated clove of garlic into another sauce pan and turn on high heat as well.
  9. Sear each pork medallion until golden brown on each side, should take about 4-6 minutes on each side then transfer the seared medallions into the oven and cook them for another 10 minutes to finish cooking.
  10. Sautee the french cut green beans in the butter and gralic, at the very end add in the red pepper flakes and turn the heat off.
  11. Plate how you see fit! Happy Eating!

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About Pan Seared Pork Tenderloin Medallions with Rustic Sasuage Hash and Sauteed Garlic and Butter French Cut Green Beans

Course/Dish: Vegetables, Potatoes, Pork
Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: American




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