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Dijon Pork stew
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acexkeikai wrote in thepressureison
We tried this for diner tonight as it was to die for!

Bear in mind we have an old style pressure cooker... nothing too modern.

DIJON PORK STEW

Prep: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 40 minutes
Portions: 6 to 8

Ingredients:

2 pork tenderloins
2 tablesoons of Olive oil
2 cloves of garlic chopped
2 larges onions chopped in big chunks
2 carrots cut in a big dice
3 potatoes cut in a big dice
1/3 cup Dijon Mustard
Pepper to taste
1/2 cup of white wine
1 enveloppe of Onion soup
4 cups of beef stock

1) Cut the pork tenderloin in half lenghtwise, then cut in 3, you should have 6 pieces. Repeat with other tenderloin.

2) with a brush, paint the pork completly with dijon mustard. Season generously with pepper.

3) heat up the oil in the pressure cooker and sear the pork tenderloin at high heat and let them brown. Add the onion and garlic and cook until the onion is starting to be translucent.

4) Add the wine and deglaze the bottom if the pressure cooker by rubbing the bottom of the pan with a wooden spoon or a silicon spatula.

5) Add the carrots, potatoes, onion soup mix and beef stock. Stir well.

6) Close the Pressure cooker and cook for 40 minutes.


It was really delicious, it's comfort food with a touch of pizzaz, I think this recipe will become a favorite :)
Bon appetit!

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Wow, that sounds AWESOME! Tons of BIG FLAVOR! What do you serve it with? Over rice? Noodles?

I'll bet a crusty loaf and a glass of Cabernet would be perfect with it.

I have just put Pork Tenderloins on the grocery list for my Tuesday shopping trip!

Thanks,

Gyr8or

Since it's already had potatoes, we ate it as is, with crusty rolls to dip in the sauce. We had a nice glass of Sauvignon with it (the white wine we added in the mix) I suspect it to be even better reheated. :)

It was very good, next time we'll half the onion soup (we thought it was too salty) and add some rosemary or thyme.

Edited at 2009-06-28 08:22 pm (UTC)

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