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Pork fillets in a onion, wine, mustard & cream sauce served with oven baked potatoes & green beans

on 20/09/2009

A wonderful well-flavored meal!

I love making this easy sauce. It is lovely with pork & chicken.

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Recipe: For 2 persons, with seconds
Ingredients:
450 gr of potatoes, peeled, washed & boiled until tender. Drained. Cooled off in the fridge
300 gr of green beans, top & tails snipped off, washed, cooked
2 pork fillets, each about 135 gr ( sometimes, I buy a big pork fillet & cut it horizontally into 2 )
* For the sauce:
1 glass of dry white wine
2 tablespoons of red wine vinegar
2 tablespoons of Dijon mustard
150 to 200 ml of soy cream
EVOO ( Extra Virgin Olive Oil)
grinned white pepper (P)
sea salt ( S)
2 medium white onions, peeled & finely cut up
Method:
1. Preheat the oven to 250°C. ( 482 F ) for about 10 minutes.
2. Take a large non stick roasting tin & lay your cooked & cooled off potatoes in it, in 1 layer. Add 4 to 5 tablespoons of the EVOO or more & some sea salt. Mix everything well with your hands. Bake in the oven for about 35 to 40 minutes. After 15 minutes, I lower the temperature to 225°C .( 437 F)
3. Heat the EVOO in a large non stick pan. Heat up on high. Season the pork fillets on both sides with S & P. Fry the pork fillets on both sides for about 4 to 6 minutes, depending on the size, just until the pork is pink on the inside.
4. Remove the pork from the pan & keep warm. Add a bit of the EVOO & fry the chopped onions in the oil. Fry about 3 to 4 minutes. Add the vinegar & reduce for a few minutes & then add the glass of wine. Cook for a few minutes to cook the alcohol off. Now, add the mustard & the soy cream. Mix well & reduce the sauce a bit. Taste! It has to taste fab! Season with S & P, if necessary! Now, add the pork fillets again to the pan to heat up a bit. When hot, serve!
5. Serve the pork fillets with the lovely mustard, wine & soy cream sauce , the green beens & the oven roasted potatoes.
Enjoy!!!
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84 responses to “Pork fillets in a onion, wine, mustard & cream sauce served with oven baked potatoes & green beans

  1. Claudia says:

    Sophie! This is outstanding. I love the sauce for the pork – so autumn with a tangy sauce! (Adore mustard sauces) Thank-you!

  2. Junglefrog says:

    O that sauce definitely looks amazing! I love the flavours you put together. Unfortunately Tom is not too fond of mustard taste so I always have to be careful not to put in too much!

  3. Kerstin says:

    What an easy and flavorful sauce – it sounds so tasty and versatile!

  4. pinkstripes says:

    Looks like a nice dinner!

  5. ~RED~ says:

    MMMMMMM pork and onions in autumn. I make something like this, but never added mustard.. yum! Great idea!

  6. Bunny says:

    Oh my word does that sauce ever sound good! I love everything in it. It looks so creamy and wonderful Sophie! And those oven potatoes YUM!!

  7. Kristen says:

    wow that recipe has comfort written all over it, ahhh. Now I cannot wait for a cool day to try it out!

  8. Rowena... says:

    Sophie this looks just FABULOUS! I was going to try your stoemp recipe this week if it continued to be rainy weather, but now I want to try this – delicious! (and I knew that it wouldn't be a wise idea to look at food blogs before lunch!)

  9. Emily says:

    What a lovely dinner!

  10. foodcreate says:

    Sophie ! I love this dish this is a Delicious Sauce … Can't wait to try ! Thank You for sharing your recipes :) Have a Wonderful Day ~

  11. George@CulinaryTravels says:

    I love the sound of that sauce, very flavoursome and delicious.

  12. Ooh, it's a gloomy, rainy day here, and that looks like the perfect fall dinner!

  13. Ooh, look at the crisped edges of the potatoes.

  14. The sauce sounds like it'd be good over any white meat. Delicious.

  15. Koko says:

    Beautiful Beautiful sauce! I wonder what else would suit it besides pork….or perhaps just a spoon will do!!!! Looks great Sophie!!

  16. Pam says:

    Mmm – the sauce sounds so rich, creamy and delicious. I would love this entire meal.

  17. Diana H says:

    Wow, what a meal. Love the sauce, and the oven baked potatoes – one of my favorite things to do.

  18. Debbie says:

    I would love to make this but I have never heard of soy cream? Maybe it goes by another name here? Looks so delicious!

  19. Your sauce looks amazing! What a great dinner.

  20. This sauce looks really delicious!

  21. Velva says:

    Sophie- this meal looks lovely. You can tell that the weather is growing cooler. A good warm meal becomes so satisfying and this dish would be perfect on a cool evening.

  22. Christine says:

    Sophie, the sauce is enticing, really goes well with pork and chicken. LOVE it!

  23. Look at that delicious sauce! I can imagine how good that would be with the pork or chicken :D Well done Sophie as always a throughly appetising meal! :)

  24. Talita says:

    I don't know if you know, but I love pork!

  25. dada says:

    This sauce is divine, you make me hungry! Cheers

  26. Grace says:

    that looks and sounds like a killer sauce! i like mustard in any way, shape, or form–it's good for things other than burgers and hot dogs, people!! :)

  27. stephchows says:

    those potatoes look so good!! And I love a good mustard sauce! YUM!

  28. Outstanding meal! the cream mustard sauce sounds excellent!

  29. Sophie! This looks perfect to tuck into at the end of a long cold day.

  30. Olga says:

    That sauce would be good on top of pretty much anything and everything!

  31. Clémence says:

    voilà une petite sauce qui me plaît beaucoup…

  32. Michelle says:

    Wow! Amazing Sophie!! Can I just call you Julia from now on? Lol!!

  33. Paz says:

    Yum! And I like the plate, too.Paz ;-)

  34. Erica says:

    Wow! Sophie!!!!!That sauce sounds amazing!

  35. Thanks for the sauce recipe. Now I can make it for our pork or chicken.

  36. What a wonderful dish! Everything look so scrumptious!Cheers,Rosa

  37. Sara says:

    Sophie, I want to eat this right now. That mustard cream sauce looks amazing!

  38. Judy says:

    What a delicious looking meal! It looks like a 5-star entree.

  39. Oh, this looks absolutely incredible and I must make it soon – I have an anniversary coming up if I need an excuse.

  40. Sophie says:

    @ all of you my dear readers: I am pleased you like this dish but I use always Alpro soya cream. Not real cream because I like its taste & it is much healthier & lighter. It contains no cholesterol. Here is a link:http://www.alprosoya.co.uk/soya-products-dairy-free/single-cream-alternatives.html?no_cache=1

  41. Rico says:

    That looks like something I would make, actually I made something in those lines in the past, and I know yours is really delicious..obviously super duper, especially with such lovely roasted tatos..kisses xxx

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