Apple Glazed Pork Tenderloin

Updated: Mar 22

Pork Tenderloin served with a sweet and savory apple sauce. Serves well with a berry spring mix salad, rice and a thick slice of garlic bread.


*Pro-tip: Thaw your freezer meal and remove meat from the bag, setting remaining sauce ingredients safely aside. Heat a pan on the stovetop to a medium-high heat and add 1 Tablespoon of olive oil. Carefully sear all sides of your tenderloin in the pan to get a carmelized, delicious crust on your meat. Then finish the cook process with your chosen method below. This will add a beautiful crust and give extra flavor! Add the sauce to a pan and simmer until reduced to a glaze. Cut your tenderloin into medallions or shred to serve.



INSTANT POT (recommended) -

Place freezer meal contents in the instant pot chamber. Seal lid and set to high pressure for 5 minutes (2 serving for 5 minutes; 4 serving for 7 minutes; 6 serving for 9 minutes). When complete do a quick release.


Optional - remove the meat from the pot and let rest. Turn instant pot to the sauce setting and simmer the sauce to thicken into a glaze. If you like your glaze thicker (think of a more gravy-like consistency, but sweet!) then add 1 TBS of cornstarch and whisk it in until all the lumps are fully dissolved before turning to simmer. Serve sauce on the side of your pork loin and enjoy!



OVEN -

Set your oven to 375 degrees. Place contents of your freezer meal in a 9x13 pan and cook for 25-30 minutes for a 2 serving; 45-50 minutes for 4 serving; 60 minutes for a 6 serving, or until internal temperature reaches 170 degrees.


ENJOY!

Cooking your meal from frozen may result in different results and require different cook times. It's recommended you thaw this freezer meal before cooking for optimal results. Throw it in the fridge the night before you plan on making it or thaw it in warm water the day of. We know you're going to love this meal!


*FOOD ALLERGY NOTICE: please be advised that our food may contain trace amounts of peanuts, tree nuts, soy, milk, eggs, wheat, shellfish or fish.

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