Saturday, September 25, 2010

Grilled Pork Tenderloins with Apple Cider Reduction and Grilled Stuffed Apples

This is a perfect fall meal.  Fresh apples from the farm make me so happy and what better to pair them with than some lean pork.  Now cook everything outside in these wonderful cooler temperatures and you have a winning meal.  The pork tenderloins only took about 17 minutes to cook on the grill, while the baked apples took around 20-25.  If you have a side-burner for your grill as well, you can make the pan sauce at the same time, saving you a good 15 minutes of prep.  I added a couple of jars of the canned fresh green beans I put up in the spring seasoned with dill and cider vinegar. Altogether it was fast, flavorful, and fabulous!

  1. Grilled Pork Tenderloins with Apple Cider Reduction
  2. Grilled Stuffed Apples
  3. Dill and Vinegar Snap Beans

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