Hands Off Dinner

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Hands Off DinnerDon’t you love a meal that you can stick in the oven and forget about? I’m a big fan of the hands off dinner approach! Anytime I can stick a meal in the slow cooker or the oven and go about my busy day makes me happy! For this quick pork dinner, you need to budget a measly 10 minutes for hands-on prep time including some simple steamed veggies for the side dish.

Smithfield now makes pre-marinated pork tenderloins, so you literally open the package, place it in a shallow roasting pan and bake for about 20 minutes per pound and serve it up! A major key to keeping your meat moist is to let it rest for a few minutes after pulling it out of the oven before slicing it.

Marinated Pork Tenderloin

I tried out the Smithfield Peppercorn & Garlic flavor first and it was a big hit with the hubs and I. I served it with leftover Black Bean, Corn, and Feta dip from a party this weekend, and steamed broccoli. Technically, you’re supposed to eat the dip with chips, but I love it SO much I just ate it plain like a salad and then mixed a little on top of the pork…yum!

Pork Tenderloin Dinner

Walmart Meat Section

Want to try this Smithfield pre-marinated pork tenderloin for yourself? Then, why not save some money while you’re at it! Here’s a coupon for $.75/1 at Walmart while supplies last.

What’s your favorite hands off meal?

2 Comments

  1. Susan M
    November 3, 2014 / 6:04 pm

    Pork tenderloin is the easiest meal that I cook so yes, I like it a lot! Mashed potatoes and a can of sauer kraut, and there you have it. It’s one of our favorite meals.

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