Looking for something special to make for dinner tonight? Try our Pork Filet Mignon with French Applesauce recipe! This dish is sure to impress your guests with its delicious flavors and elegant presentation.
Pork filet mignon is a lean and tender cut of meat that is perfect for a sophisticated meal. We’ve teamed it with a creamy French applesauce recipe that adds a touch of sweetness to the dish. The result is a wonderfully balanced meal that is sure to please everyone at the table.
Pork filet mignon can become a new classic dish in your house that will always be a hit with dinner guests.
But why not take it to the next level by adding delicious French applesauce? This easy recipe will have your guests raving about your culinary skills.
The key to making this dish is to start with high-quality pork filet mignon. Look for a cut that is well-marbled and has a nice pink color. The pork should also be nicely trimmed, with any excess fat removed.
Once you have your filet mignon, it’s time to get started on the apple sauce. Start by peeling and slicing two apples into thin wedges. Then, add them to a saucepan
To make this dish, simply cook the pork fillets in a pan until they are browned on all sides. Then, add the applesauce to the pan and cook until heated through. Serve immediately
- 2 lb pork tenderloin
- 0.25 tsp salt
- 0.125 tso ground black pepper
- 2 apples rinsed and cored, but not peeled
- 2 tbsp raisins
- 2 tbsp walnut
- 0.5 tsp ground cinnamon
- Preheat oven broiler on high temperature, with the rack 3 inches from heat source.
- Cover broiler pan with aluminum foil for easy cleanup. Spray foil lightly with cooking spray. Set aside.
- Cut 8 slices (pork rounds), each 1½ inches thick, from the center of the pair of pork tenderloins. Refrigerate or freeze the ends for another use. Place pork rounds on the foil-covered broiler pan. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Set aside a few minutes while broiler heats.
- Meanwhile, heat ½ cup water to boiling in a medium nonstick pan. Slice cored apples from top to bottom in ¼-inch wide pieces. Add apples, raisins, walnuts, and cinnamon to boiling water. Reduce heat to medium. Cover. Simmer, stirring occasionally, until apples are soft and easily pierced with a fork. Set aside until pork is cooked.
- Broil pork for 5–10 minutes per side (to a minimum internal temperature of 160 °F).
- To serve, place two pork rounds on each dinner plate. Top with one-fourth of the applesauce.