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    Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

    I bought a 1 1/4# pork tenderloin and cut it into a sheet, then laid some prochiutto on it.



    I sliced some onion and green apple and added some thyme and sage.



    This was sauteed in olive oil and some water.



    This was allowed to cool and was spread onto the pork and then rolled up and trussed



    It was browned on all sides and then slid into a 400º oven with broccoli and white wine and a little chix stock until it hit 145



    After resting for 10 it was sliced and plated with a baked spud and the brocc.



    Yum!
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    New knife?
    Food looks good too.

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    Looks delicious!

    Two years ago I wanted to make stuffed pork loin, but instead of butterflying it the way you did I went to Home Depot, bought a 1" PVC pipe, then my dad and I cut notches into the end of it so that it would act like a saw. Then I figured out a way to attach that to a cordless drill. It actually worked very well, the pork loin cut easily with the notched pipe. It was pretty ridiculous but the presentation was worth it.

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    yum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    Looks delicious!

    Two years ago I wanted to make stuffed pork loin, but instead of butterflying it the way you did I went to Home Depot, bought a 1" PVC pipe, then my dad and I cut notches into the end of it so that it would act like a saw. Then I figured out a way to attach that to a cordless drill. It actually worked very well, the pork loin cut easily with the notched pipe. It was pretty ridiculous but the presentation was worth it.
    Seriously pics or it didn't happen

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    Very nice!

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    That looks really tasty!!!!

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    Really looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-rat View Post
    Seriously pics or it didn't happen
    Unfortunately I don't have any.

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