Tenderloin Tuesday: Bacon-Wrapped Pork Medallions with Garlic-Mustard Butter

Recipe Found at Pork Be Inspired
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10 minutes prep, 10 minutes cook
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1 Pork Tenderloin, 1 to 1 1/4 pound
4 slices bacon, hickory-smoked
Wooden picks
salt and pepper
Garlic-Mustard Butter, *
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Cooking Directions

Cut tenderloin in 8 slices (medallions) approximately 1 to 1 1/4-inch wide. Place two slices (medallions) together and wrap bacon slice around both pieces to hold together to make pork “mignons.” Secure with wooden pick. Repeat with remaining pork medallions and bacon. Season both sides with salt and pepper and spray lightly with cooking spray. Broil or grill per directions below.

*Remove wooden pick; serve with Garlic-Mustard Butter.

Makes 4 servings.

Directions for Broiling: Pre-heat broiler to 500º. Broil pork mignons about 4-inches from heat source for 7 to 8 minutes per side or until internal temperature reaches 160º F.

Direction for Pan-broiling: Heat skillet or grill pan over high heat; add pork mignons. Lower heat to medium-high; cook (uncovered) for 6 minutes or until nicely browned. Turn; cook an additional 6 minutes or until internal temperature reached 160º F.

Directions for Grilling: Pre-heat grill to 400º. Place pork mignons directly over high heat. Close grill lid; grill for 6 to 7 minutes per side or until internal temperature reaches 160º F.

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Serving Suggestions

Bacon lends its smoky flavor to tenderloin medallions. Cooking directions for three different methods are included. Top with Garlic-Mustard Butter and serve with baked sweet potatoes and steamed cauliflower.

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Random Safety Tip:

If using a microwave to thaw your pork, cook immediately after thawing.

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