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Pork Medallions with Cherry Balsamic Vinegar, Raisins & Currants

Pork Medallions with cherry balsamic vinegar, raisins and currants on a bed of egg noodles

This is a sweet and savory recipe. You can easily substitute chicken, turkey or veal for the pork as all go very well with the sauce. We like the pork tenderloin because it has little if any fat and is easy and quick to cook. This recipe, from start to finish takes less than 15 minutes and it has unbelievable flavor. We like the addition of raisins in a lot of our dishes, as we both have a sweet tooth!

Pork Chops with Sweet & Sour Red Pepper & Onion

We created this recipe from a Gordon Ramsay video, of course we modified it to suit our tastes. It is a somewhat unusual recipe for Loraine and I as we are really not into sweet and sour dishes as a rule. But, rules are meant to be broken and this is one of our favorite recipes. It's relatively quick and easy to make.

There are a few things that we have learned. It is important that the red pepper be very fresh and the pork chops should be about 5/8" to 3/4" thick and weigh about 4 to 5 oz. each, bone out. We commonly use a butterfly pork chop cut in half. If the pork chop is to thin it will end up very dry.

Pork Medallions with Cherry Balsamic Vinegar, Raisins & Currants

This is a sweet and savory recipe. You can easily substitute chicken, turkey or veal for the pork as all go very well with the sauce. We like the pork tenderloin because it has little if any fat and is easy and quick to cook. This recipe, from start to finish takes less than 15 minutes and it has unbelievable flavor. We like the addition of raisins in a lot of our dishes, as we both have a sweet tooth!

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