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Pork Medallions with Maple Sauce

Diet Type: Low Calorie

Cooking Time: Under 30 minutes

Ingredients:

  1 pound pork tenderloin, trimmed
  black pepper
  cooking spray
  4 green onions, both white and green part, sliced
  1 cup apple juice
  2 teaspoons Dijon-style mustard
  3 tablespoons pure maple syrup
  1 1/2 tablespoons Apple Cider Vinegar
  1 Granny Smith apple, sliced thin
 
Directions:

Slice pork tenderloin into 1/2" slices, or medallions. Place each slice between two pieces of clear plastic wrap. Working from the center to the edges, lightly pound the slices with the flat side of a meat mallet to about 1/4" thickness. Sprinkle both sides with pepper. Spray a large skillet with a light coating of cooking oil. Heat over medium heat. Add pork slices to the skillet. Cook over medium heat for 2 minutes. Turn and cook about 2 minutes more or until just lightly pink. Remove from skillet and keep warm. Repeat process for remaining slices. Add green onion to skillet. Cook and stir for 30 seconds. Carefully add apple juice and mustard, stirring to mix well. Cook about 2 minutes or untill it slightly reduces. Stir in maple syrup, vinegar and apple slices. Cook and stir about 1 minute more. Return pork and any juices to the skillet and heat through. Remove pork slices to serving plates and spoon sauce over pork. Garnish with green onion and apple slices.

Servings: 4

Author: Polly Pitchford, Full Spectrum Health™

 
Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1
Servings per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving 
Calories 282
Calories from Fat 41
 % Daily Value*
Total Fat 5g7%
  Saturated Fat 2g8%
  Mono Fat 2g 
Cholesterol 66mg22%
Sodium 96mg4%
Total Carbs 36g12%
  Dietary Fiber 3g11%
  Sugars 10g 
Protein 25g 
Iron24%
Calcium8%
Vitamin C15%
Vitamin E6%
Vitamin A1%
Vitamin B-128%
Vitamin B-630%
Pantothenic acid8%
Niacin22%
Riboflavin24%
Thiamin60%
Folate16%
Selenium77%
Manganese55%
Copper10%
Zinc20%
Potassium19%
Phosphorus26%
Magnesium14%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.