It would seem that I have a thing for pork tenderloin at the moment, this French inspired Camembert Pork Tenderloin joins a recent Chinese inspired pork tenderloin recipe. It is such a fab cut of meat so soft and tender, as far as I am concerned I would take this stuff over beef fillet in a heartbeat.
This recipe takes advantage of that tenderness and flattens fairly large pieces of pork and rolls them flat. Seriously this stuff is so soft you don’t need to bash it flat. Then cooks it for mere minutes keeping it nice and pink inside.
If you want meat in a hurry then this cut is definitely your best friend, both the sauce and the fennel side for this Camembert pork tenderloin dish take longer to cook than the meat in this dish. Be sure you rest it well though, and also to put those resting juices bake through that sauce, it really is these simple little bits that take cooking to the next level.
In other news my wonderful and fearless stunt wifey has a Birthday this coming week and one with a zero at the end so we are spending the week doing ‘stuff’, as ever that stuff will inevitably involve lots of food and lots of drink and more than a fair shake of thermal spas and even a game of football.
Not only do I have a wonderful wife but I have a wonderful wife that love sports, call me Mr Lucky! So if I am a little tardy getting back to you on social media this week, sorry but I have a Birfday girl to spoil 😀