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Drunken Pork Tenderloin

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  • 2 pounds pork tenderloin
  • 1 tablespoon garlic powder
  • salt
  • black pepper
  • 1 white onion (large, thinly sliced)
  • 1 bottle red wine (choice, Use any you like Merlot, Burgundy, Zinfandel, etc.)
  • 1 packet brown gravy mix
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    Reviews(47)

    Hey 22 days ago
    Very average in my family's opinion.
    Jean G. a month ago
    It turned out really good. I sprinkled a lot of garlic powder. Hubby said it had a sweet taste and that’s because of the red wine I used. It was a San Sebastián vintner red which is a sweeter wine. Next time I will use a different wine but will definitely make again.
    Tim C. a month ago
    It was great! Made it exactly as written. This recipe is a keeper!
    Bunny a month ago
    Great. Will definitely do it again.
    Jay B. 3 months ago
    Absolutely delicious! I didn’t have a packet for the brown gravy so I got creative. I mixed about a tablespoon of cornstarch into cold water, may be about a quarter of a cup. I stirred some beef bouillon into about an eighth of a cup of water and zapped it in the microwave, then slowly added it to the dissolved corn starch. I reduced the wine by a glass for the cook to account for the extra water. The result was delicious!
    Rick Day 3 months ago
    Fantastic! Very savory!
    Regina Farmer 3 months ago
    Wow it was so easy and something I would definitely serve to guest 🤗
    Cathy C. 3 months ago
    Fanatic and easy to make 👍
    Cindi S. 3 months ago
    Excellent. Easy to make. Everyone loved it
    Louise 4 months ago
    great! I used a jar of pork gravy and a little less wine.
    Diana R. 4 months ago
    Love this recipe! I use white wine instead of red and it was awesome
    Anna Jacob 4 months ago
    Didnt think it had a lot of flavor. Might try with crushed garlic instead of garlic powder and probably add some garlic to the gravy, if we ever try it again.
    Rheault 4 months ago
    Awesome!! Easy, tasty. Will make this again!
    Jos 5 months ago
    This was very good. I chose it because my husband wants a sauce on absolutely everything. I didn’t have a brown gravy package but did have a mushroom gravy package so used it and it definitely added flavour. I paid attention to other reviews and whisked the dry gravy with about 1/4 cup of water first and I also added beef stock to make the sauce less thick. My tenderloin was only for two of us so I checked after 10 minutes and in the end it took 18 minutes but was cooked perfectly I served with the orzo with Parmesan and asparagus and my husband loved it. Definitely recommend.
    John 6 months ago
    Great taste and easy to make
    tinyj96 . 6 months ago
    Amazing! Half a bottle was plenty though.
    Aimee K. 6 months ago
    I really enjoyed this and it was easy to make. Next time I may use some beef stock because the gravy was a bit too thick, but tasted great otherwise. I served with a salad, roasted potatoes, and bread. I will make this again
    Kayla 8 months ago
    Turned out fantastic, highly recommend
    Joyce Mickey a year ago
    I changed it. Added some balsamic reduction and a bit of cane sugar to the simmered onion wine mix. It over cooked in oven in 20 minutes, maybe 15 would be right as it rests and cooks more. The package of gravy should be mixed with a bit of cold water first. It had clumps so I had to strain and probably all the flavour from the gravy was not in the sauce. I will try again and mix the gravy with a bit of cold water first and way less cooking time.
    Rabens a year ago
    This was a really great dinner. You added some beef broth in addition to the wine to make a little more gravy because the 2 pork tenderloins I had were really big. I also doubled the onions. Great meal that everyone liked. Will definitely make again. Oh and that’s the first time I’ve ever used a brown gravy mix (I usually make my own) and it was really easy and good.
    Susan Shiba a year ago
    We loved this! A definite have again. He said make sure you save this one!
    Gene a year ago
    Excellent. My wife claims it it is one of my best dishes I’ve been cooking for 50 years b
    YumChef a year ago
    Excellent , I only used about three quarters of the wine and added beef stock to sub the remaining wine . Also reduced the wine before adding the stock was Delish
    Cuffee a year ago
    Amazing! I used chicken broth instead of wine and it was so delicious. The only problem was that my husband doesn't really eat pork, but he surely ate it tonight. 😋
    Karen V. a year ago
    First time roasting pork loin at low temperature. A discovery! Meat was tender and succulent!. Served with a potato croquette to soak up sauce. Yum!
    Tim a year ago
    My family gave it all thumbs up! We added carrots and celery as we baked it and they loved the somewhat crunchy veggies with the delicious meal! OMG, my Fiancé was not to happy that I grabbed a full bottle of red from her....until she tasted it on the meat! Wonderful meal, thanks for the recipe!
    Lisa a year ago
    This pork tenderloin was delicious, a new favourite in our house
    Sue a year ago
    It tasted great and was very simple to do!
    Erika a year ago
    Unless you LOVE red wine... don’t make this. made it last night and we took off the onions and sauce. Might be better with a white wine. Red is just too strong.
    Don C. a year ago
    came out great, will definitely make again

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