Lean pork tenderloin and a delicious herb cream sauce offer a quick, yet mouth-watering meal. Red grapes add a touch of surprising sweetness.
by A. Amber
, Canton Ga on Sep. 2011
I tried this recipe a while back, it was FANTASTIC! I love the sweetness of the sauce with the grapes! It complimented the pork so well!
by B. Brenda
, MD on Dec. 2010
Wasn't at all sure about the grapes, but they turned out to be the perfect compliment to this tender, succulent pork.
by C. Creg
, Anderson, IN on Dec. 2010
Was really good. I like a little more sauce so next time I will double that part. But over all it really made a nice main dish for dinner.
by E. Earleen
, Florida on Jun. 2009
This recipe is fantastic!! I made it while my friends were in town visiting and everyone loved it...seconds all around!
by T. Tara
, Vancouver, WA on Sep. 2008
The pork was perfect. My boyfriend doesn't like grapes, but I thought it was nice change.
by P. Paula
, TOWNSEND, DE on Sep. 2008
you can also put this in your crock pot and its just as good
Easy and delicious!
by K. Kelli
, MOSES LAKE, WA on Aug. 2008
This dish suprised me and my husband both! I wasn't sure how pork and grapes would go together, but we both loved it!
Everyone loved it
by P. Piettia
, NASHVILLE, TN on Jul. 2008
The men at the local firehall loved it
Pork Tenderloin with Red Grapes & Herb Cream Sauce
by B. Barbara
, Bridgeboro, GA on Jul. 2008
Great Meat dish
I really enjoyed this combination and will make it again. My husband was not fond of it so I'll make it for company. I do think I'll double the sauce though. Very different as well as tasty!
Pork Tenderloin with Red Grape and Herb Cream Sau
by L. Linda
, Salt Lake City, UT on Jun. 2008
My family and I loved this recipe. It was a different and refreshing change for the pork tenderloin.
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