Dijon Pork

  • 15MINS
  • 50MINS
  • 320KCAL

This delicious, creamy pork dish is so easy to make that it’s sure to become a family favourite! Lean, succulent pork tenderloin, pan-fried with button mushrooms and simmered in a creamy, mustard sauce – it doesn’t get much better than that! The creamy sauce is made using reduced-fat cream cheese to keep the calories low without compromising on flavour.

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Cool within 2 hours of cooking, without the parsley garnish, then divide the cooked recipe into individual servings and freeze immediately.

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Very tasty.
I chose to seal and colour the pork in a hot pan before frying the onions etc. and used some wholegrain Mustard instead of just Dijon.
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Amazing Dish
I used pork chops rather than tenderloin and I just lowered the cooking time. Also my husband who is fussy had his with chicken and that was also lovely.
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Great recipe, quick and easy but very tasty!
I used low salt stock but followed recipe exactly. Always turns out perfect!
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I swapped pork for chicken. Served with lots of veg. One of my favourite recipes, very quick & easy to make. So much flavour, & very filling.

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‘Absolute favourite, it was the first time trying it and I will definitely make it again.’

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ScottySunday 6th March 2022

Is low fat cream cheese the same as low fat soft cheese?

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    HollyMonday 7th March 2022

    Hey Scotty, we use reduced fat cream cheese in this recipe that means cream cheese like Light Philadelphia or another brand hope that helps!

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