This dish is a must try holiday favorite! This incredibly flavorful, stuffed pork tenderloin recipe makes for an elegant main course on Christmas Day and is a welcome alternative to the more traditional Turkey.
It is equally a great choice for any of the festive holiday gatherings happening this time of year! This succulent roast pairs well with most of the more traditional side dishes and in the next couple of posts we offer 3 of the best!
It also makes for great boxing day sandwich fillers, if there are any leftovers of course! Happy Christmas, more festive recipes can be found here!
Christmas Stuffed Pork Tenderloin Recipe.
The key to success with this recipe is to make sure you get tenderloins rather than the more normally found pork loin roast.
Why Pork Tenderloins?
Tenderloins are longer and narrower than the roast cut. Because they are smaller in size, normally weighing around 1 pound a peice, you’ll be working with more than one piece of meat. Don’t let that deter you!
This cut is delicious and you’ll be delighted, as will your happy guests!
Make sure that before you begin you butterfly each piece of meat. This simply means cutting approximately halfway through the meat lengthwise. Don’t cut all the way through.
If you are purchasing the meat at a local butchers, just ask for them to butterfly the meat for you!
Recipe For Stuffed Pork Tenderloin
My Review Of This Dish!
Overall great reviews. The dish was succulent and juicy, and was very easy to prepare. All the family enjoyed, and all scored the dish 5 stars in all 4 areas, apart from 1 Turkey fan who gave us 4 stars for compared to Turkey.
I truly hope you enjoy the apple and feta stuffed pork tenderloin recipe! If you do decide to try this dish please let me know your thoughts in the comments section below.