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Very delicious Miss Annie!! Just the two of us and we managed to put away all three servings!! I used lushious new vine ripened tomatoes, mmmm nummy! What a great combination of flavours, garlic, mushrooms and tomatoes! and of course the tenderloin. Nice method of cooking it all, rather than smother the tenderloin. I found I had to cook it just a bit longer though, about 30/35 minutes was perfect, still lovely and juicy. Thanks for sharing a great one we'll do again!!

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Derf September 16, 2002

This was fabulous! I used pork loin a little over a pound, and the two of us easily could have finished it. I also was stuck with supermarket tomatoes, but the roasting really helped out with their flavor. I also needed another 5 mins. in the oven; the juice was still a little pink after only 25 mins.

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Sudie September 23, 2002

Miss Annie, it don't get any better than this!! I love the method of putting the tomatoes and mushrooms beside the pork instead of on top. I used a tenderloin a little under a pound and it was done in the 25 minutes. Quick and easy!! Very moist and VERY delicious! Thanks!!

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MizzNezz April 10, 2003

A great dish.... did however rub the pork tenderloin with olive oil and fresh/dried herbs, Meat very flavourful. Will definitely be trying this one again! Thnx.

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SaggitariusJill February 09, 2008

Very nice! I will add more garlic next time. Thanks!

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mirelaz January 18, 2008

The first time I made this, the 1" tomatoe cubes disintegrated, but I tried it again tonight, with much larger tomatoe chunks and it was outstanding! Likewise, don't slice the mushrooms too thin, and you'll end up with a very flavorful tomatoe/mushroom combo, along with a nice juicy tenderloin. Superb! (I needed 35 minutes, total cooking time)

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SJMG June 11, 2007

Very easy and very good recipe. My tomatoes were't as nice as I wanted, so I used cherry tomatoes cut in half. I also had to cook a bit longer to get it done. Serve with polenta and asparagus on the side for a very good, healthy and pretty lunch. Thanks a bunch!

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Kasha May 08, 2006

This was unbelieveable!! My family just ate and ate and ate until they just couldn't eat anymore!! It didn't matter anyway, there wasn't anything left! I had never make pork roast before and it turned out PERFECT!! I will make this all the time...by request I'm sure! :) Thank you.

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Mamma Bug December 16, 2004

I made this to the recipe but I found the mushrooms and tomato mixture to be really "wet" and the pork to be a little bland. I guess I just like spicier food! Glad I tried it though.

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lizeroo November 16, 2003

This was just okay. Not alot of flavor for me... it was just missing something.

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Mandi Goodman February 05, 2008
Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Garlic Mushrooms and Tomatoes