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

A wonderful well-flavored meal!

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

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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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

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

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

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

  4. 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!!

  5. 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!)

  6. 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 ~

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

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

  9. 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.

  10. 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!! 🙂

  11. 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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