- 300g tenderloin
- five cloves of garlic
- a dozen leaves of fresh basil
- 1/2 teaspoon powdered thyme
- 1/2 teaspoon dried parsley
- 1/2 teaspoon of black pepper
- 1 teaspoon of salt
- olive oil
- one medium sized head of hen-of-the-woods mushrooms
- garlic powder
Hey Fellas! I hope you’re having a fine day! Last time we announced the winner of our Tasty Recipe Showdown: Misha’s Roasted Tenderloin!
We have a lot to tell you about this Roasted Tenderloin which our Recipe of the Week! Just the aroma of the smoke from the grilled meat is definitely enjoyable, crisp and tasty. Of course, there is a huge variety of dips and sauces that you can do with it.
Anyway, since I am very conscious about what I eat, I usually try to avoid meat products – both the white and the red meats. I actually eat chicken, pork and beef once a week only. But I make sure that I get to cook a fabulous meat dish with plenty of vegetables and fruits are served at the same time. Most of the time, I do some research on different recipes before I go grocery shopping. A couple of weeks ago, while I was doing my routine of researching for lunch recipe ideas, I came across Misha’s blog about preparing a Roasted Tenderloin. I originally wanted to cook white meat, but I got hooked up with the way she presented her savory, mouth-watering recipe. It really made me crave for the same dish and I finally decided to list all the ingredients at once. And so after an hour, I found myself on the meat section of the nearby supermarket, choosing some packs of pork
tenderloin, hen-of-the-woods mushrooms and fresh basil. The rest of the
ingredients such as the butter, olive oil, dried parsley, powdered thyme, garlic and pepper were already prepared at home. I remembered how I excited I was when I started to follow the steps one by one. But the excitement was intensified when my visitors that day hurried to the dining table as I began serving the dish. They were quite appreciative about it, and well, I was glad they liked the Roasted Tenderloin. I guess next week I’ll try to look for some more sumptuous and classy types of meat dish that are quite easy to prepare. It just feels great when you get to eat such kind of food even when you are at home. The habit of eating meat once a week is not really that hard because I get to eat what I crave for once in a while. Nice work Misha! You can visit his blog at poormankitchen.com for the detailed tutorial.
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