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This back to school time has been so busy that I’m relying very heavily on easy meals that I can pull off on busy week nights. This week I stopped by my local Giant Eagle and picked up some Hatfield® Dry Rubbed Marinated Tenderloins.
The Hatfield® Marinated pork loin filets and Hatfield® Marinated pork tenderloins are full or flavor and so simple to cook. You know I loved the Hatfield® Honey Garlic Teriyaki Pork Tenderloin I used in my kabobs recipe and I’ve honestly enjoyed everything I’ve had from the Hatfield® brand. All the Hatfield® Marinated products save time and can get right to cooking which means you can get right to enjoying a delicious meal with your family.
I love that Hatfield® is family owned and American made. All Hatfield® meat is ethically raised and gluten free.
To me, the perfect vegetable to pair with pork is Brussels sprouts. I know some of you are thinking “eww” BUT I would like to say that most of the time people hate Brussels sprouts because they haven’t prepared them well. I’m going to show you how to make them so that they taste great!
Pan Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Hatfield® Marinated Pork Tenderloin Ingredients
- Hatfield® Dry Rubbed Marinated Tenderloin (I used the Garlic Parmesan one but they have so many great flavors that would work)
- 2 pounds of Brussels sprouts
- 1/2 cup of chopped onion
- 6 slices of bacon
Pan Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Hatfield® Marinated Pork Tenderloin Recipe
Cook the Pork Tenderloin
You can find the directions for cooking the Hatfield® Dry Rubbed Marinated Tenderloin on the back of the package. I opted to cook mine in the oven. Place the pork tenderloin in a roasting pan and cover with foil. Cook for about 25 minutes then uncover and cook for about 10 minutes more or until your tenderloin reaches 145 degrees. Let rest for 3 minutes before cutting.
Cook the Bacon
While your tenderloin is cooking start cooking the bacon in a pan on the oven.
Chop the Veggies
While the bacon is cooking go ahead and chop your Brussels sprouts in half and chop the onion.
Cook the Pan Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Once the bacon is cooked set it aside. Crumble up the bacon.
Keep the grease in your pan. Add in your Brussels sprouts and onion. Add in a little pinch of salt and pepper. Cook the veggies, stirring occasionally for about 15 minutes or so. Your Brussels sprouts should be dark green and browned in some spots.
Then toss in the crumbled bacon.
Put it all Together
Plate the Brussels sprouts and bacon. Then lay the sliced pork tenderloin on top and serve!
Even if you are hesitant about the Brussels sprouts this is one simple meal that I encourage you to try! All the Hatfield® Marinated products are amazing and awesome options for quick hone-cooked meals. Which flavor would you try?