The aroma from the cut oranges and zest would encourage
us to make this again - a winner !
Nana and I have the cutest story to share this week.
Great minds think alike.
Turns out we had both noticed that fancy new Martha wrap that
some of the other Doristas mentioned last week. I thought it would be
nice surprise during the winter doldrums to get some via Amazon
and surprise her. I was delighted to see it arrived after work on the same
day she asked me to stop by her house because she had something for me.
Granted, she also had a cheesecake for me that she had handmade- but
she presented it in an "Amazon" box for traveling. Along side were the
gift contents she was surprising me along with the cheesecake - my
very own Martha wrap. I pulled mine out of the bag in my hand and
we had a nice long laugh. So it was a pretty nice week all around.
And that pork was lovely as well. I was a bit concerned with the
amount of onions -since the aroma of citrus took quite a hit once those
got added - but the prep (sans all that orange chopping and zesting...)
was easy and my guys really enjoyed this one.
I didn't get the color on my pork that Nana did so I will
probably shoot for that next time. Because there will be a next time.
Or perhaps I will cook them in parchment with my new Martha wrap :)
We enjoyed this recipe, it was simple to prepare and absolutely delicious.
I actually cut this in half, using only one small pork tenderloin- knowing
that too much left over pork is never great. I used four small medallions,
2 oranges and one small onion. I was surprised to hear Hubby say it
needed more onion as I thought it was perfect as is. After reading all the
P&Q's for this week I was afraid there would be too much liquid but
this was the perfect amount.