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Maple-Mustard Pork w/ Apples

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I posted this over in 100+ (because it is what I am making for supper tonight!) and I thought other buddies might find it tasty. I am using pork loin chops instead of the tenderloin though.

 

Maple-Mustard Pork Tenderloin w/ Apples

 

Prep: 21 minutes Cook: 25 minutes

 

2 (3/4 pounds) pork tenderloins

Cooking spray

3 tbsp Dijon mustard

6 tbsp maple syrup divided

1 tbsp chopped rosemary or 1 tsp dried

1/2 tsp salt

1/4 tsp black pepper

4 granny smith apples, peeled & thinly sliced

Rosemary sprigs, optional

 

1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees

 

2. Trim fat from pork. Place pork on a broiler pan with cooking spray. Combine mustard, 2 tbsp syrup, chopped rosemary, salt, pepper in a small bowl; brush over pork. Bake at 425 for 25 minutes.

 

3. Place a nonstick skillet coated w/ cooking spray over medium-high heat until hot. Add apples and saute 5 minutes. Reduce heat to medium-low, add 4 tbsp syrup and simmer 12 minutes. Cut pork crossswise and pour apples over pork. Garnish with rosemary if desired.

 

Yields 6 servings (3 oz pork, 1/2 cup apples.)

 

Calories: 261

Fat: 5.1

Fiber: 2

 

Points: 5.75 or 6

 

I got the recipe from the Complete Cooking Light Cookbook, page 335.


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Guest szten

I am wondering if you were able to use sugar free syrup and would that possibly make the points lower?

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Szten, if you use sf syrup the points would definately go down as 6 of the points are for the maple syrup (1 pt per tbsp).

 

I am not a big fan of the SF stuff so I just used 2 tbsp real maple syrup when I made it and it worked out great.


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I experimented with this one tonight using a pork loin chop instead of a whole tenderloin and subbing a grainy mustard for the Dijon. The mustard to maple ratio was more like 4:2 because the grainy was less strong. I also did not use the apple.

 

I seared the pork off over a high flame and then finished it off in the oven with the sauce poured over it. The result was delish! I paired it with steamed green beans and roasted new potatoes with garlic. Pictures can be seen here.


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