Pork Burgundy #recipe #maindish

pork burgundy recipe #pork #recipe #maindish

Pork Burgundy Recipe

I purchased a pork loin from the store the other day. I normally throw it in the crockpot and eat it like bbq or cut it into chops. I wanted a new recipe because I was very tired of the same old recipes. After much googling I found one I could adapt to my own and I did. Let me just say that we fought over eating these left overs. FOUGHT! We fought hard and fast to be the last person to eat this yummy goodness.
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And now the Pork Burgundy Recipe

Pork Burgundy Recipe
Serves 6
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
1 hr 10 min
Total Time
1 hr 20 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
1 hr 10 min
Total Time
1 hr 20 min
Ingredients
  1. pork tenderloin (about 5lbs)
  2. celery stalk
  3. 1/2 onion
  4. red wine (I had merlot so that's what I used) 2 glasses
  5. one gravy packet
  6. garlic powder
  7. salt & pepper
Instructions
  1. put pork tenderloin in pan
  2. salt, pepper and garlic powder the meat
  3. chop onion thinly and add to top and sides
  4. chop celery thinly and add to top and sides
  5. sprinkle gravy packet over top of pork and on sides
  6. pour 2 glasses of wine over the top of the pork loin
  7. Cook until done. I cooked over 1 hour 10 minutes on 350* until internal temp reached 160*. Serve with baked potatoes and salad. This is so good. You will be addicted!
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Would you put wine in your dinner? I’m not lying when I say that my family fought over this dish. It tastes divine. What’s your favorite pork recipe?

34 Replies to “Pork Burgundy #recipe #maindish”

  1. I am always looking for new ways to serve pork to my fussy kids. This sounds awesome.

  2. I tend to avoid pork tenderloin because I don’t know what to do with it. This sounds easy and looks tasty so I may have to give it a go!

  3. I’ve never heard of pork burgundy. You can bet I’ll be trying it, though!

  4. I’m going to have to try this recipe. I make pork loin quite often but we usually make a garlic and herb or a lemon pepper. This sounds delish.

  5. This sounds really good I am always looking for a new pork recipe. I will have to try to make is in my slow cooker.

  6. I love pork, but I’ve never been big on wine. It just doesn’t seem to sit well with me. But this does sound amazing. I’m sure my Hubby would love it.

  7. Thanks for the recipe! I don’t make pork often but maybe I would if I had more recipes like this!

  8. OK you come over and make it and I will supply the wine and cheesecake! 🙂

    Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly

  9. I rarely come up with new ways to make pork. I’m happy to have come across this one, I bet my husband would love Pork Burgundy.

  10. I never thought to use pork for the recipe. I’ve heard of beef burgundy, but not pork, but it looks yum! I’m needing a few new ways to cook pork, so I’m glad I found your blog post.

  11. I am not sure that I have ever had pork this way before. I am always looking for something new to try though, so I will add this to the menu for next week and give it a go! Thanks

  12. This sounds like a fabulous meal, I am always bookmarking and adding to my pinterest board items that are of interest to me – well food items -and this one must be added! I will try it out!

  13. I love pork, period. 🙂 I have used wine in cooking from time to time, but I think I should use it more often. Going to give your recipe a try!

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