10.27.2014

The Most Awesome Pork Recipe.

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Sunday was a gloriously warm Fall day so we packed up the kids and headed to our favorite Pumpkin Patch, Yesterland Farm, which is about an hour outside Dallas.  As you can see by the picture I have them well trained on 'smile for the camera'  :)


 We love it at the farm, corn maze, kid sized roller coasters, big slides, rubber ducky races, and hayrides. We left late afternoon and the kids got a long nap in the car - blissful silence! We stopped at the store for some quick groceries and dinner.


This recipe is a new family favorite - it MIGHT be the most delicious dinner I've made in a while. I started with some SmithField premarinated Pork Tenderloin from Wal-Mart - you can even find a coupon here for a limited time.

Here's the ingredients and amounts I used - the calories are for 1 out of 4 servings I will post the macro breakdown further down.


This was super easy because the meat was ready to be cooked all I had to do was stick it in a dish and slice it open lengthwise for the stuffing.


I weighed out the spinach and sun-dried tomato paste on my scale.


 I sauteed some garlic and then added the spinach mix and cooked until soft, then I added my weighed out feta, cream cheese, and Dijon mustard with a splash of lemon juice.

 I next put it down the slit and covered with foil, baked at 425 for 30 minutes.

 
Madison was in charge of the salad, girl has some mad cutting skills!


Baby Aiden got a much needed bath, he's keen on feeding himself which is pretty much a disaster afterwards. 


I served it over wild mushroom couscous and it was the juiciest pork I've ever eaten, I'm so glad I bought two so I can have it again this week! 


Kid tested and approved! You can find more recipes for Smithfield Pork on their website. 


Here's the macro breakdown for the pork and stuffing {not the couscous} - I may be off chicken for a while!



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4 comments :

  1. Can you post a link to the recipe? It sounds delicious and I want to print it out and try it this week!

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    1. No recipe - just something I threw together :)

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  2. looks SO good! I just bought a pork loin and spinach at the store yesterday so I'm going to try this out! =)

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  3. This looks really good! Gonna have to try it! And I love that dress on you. So pretty! :)

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