Paleo On A Budget | Sneak Peek Recipe | Pork Tenderloin

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I couldn’t leave you guys with just a side dish and a dessert recipe from the book could I? No, Silly…I had to give you a dinner recipe. I actually made this the other night, and oh gosh, was it yummy! Seriously the next time Pork Tenderloin is on sale you need to try this! And then once you pre-order the book {because this recipe alone is totally going to be worth the purchase of it!} email me for the second Pork Tenderloin recipe I have in the bonus recipe .PDF!


And I totally do have that week long dinner meal plan for you guys! That’s going to be a pre-order AND regular order bonus! So there’s totally no expiration date on when you can get it! Stay Tuned for that update as well as some other fun stuff …. like a holiday easy side dish recipe! 


Alright, Enjoy this LAST Sneak Peek Recipe from the book!!! And once you get a copy of the book make sure you let me know! Or tag it on instagram, twitter or facebook with #poabbook

Paleo On A Budget | Sneak Peek Recipe | Pork Tenderloin
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From the Book: Pork tenderloin is a cut of meat that borderlines being expensive, unless you can get it on sale. To make it even more affordable, I’ve mixed in a few things with it. The nice part is that this easy filling weeknight meal only takes a short time to make! Enjoy this with cauliflower rice {see page 166}, butternut squash {page 111 or 116}, or zucchini noodles {page 37}.
Recipe type: Dinner
Serves: 2-3
  • coconut oil, ghee, or butter
  • 1 medium onion, medium-diced
  • 3⁄4 green apple
  • 1 lb. pork tenderloin
  • 2 tsp. rosemary
  • 2 tsp. apple cider vinegar
  • salt and pepper
  1. Heat a large skillet on medium heat with coconut oil, ghee, or butter. Add in your onions and let them start to soften.
  2. While that’s happening, chop your 3⁄4 apple into bite-size pieces and add that into the skillet as well. The extra quarter of the apple is a snack for you and whatever helpers you have in the kitchen {for me it’s normally the dog—she loves her apples}.
  3. While those are getting all friendly, cut your tenderloin into bite-size pieces. Remove any fat or sinew if you don’t like eating it {I don’t, so I trim it down}.
  4. Add the pork tenderloin into the pan along with the rosemary, apple cider vinegar, and salt and pepper.
  5. Allow it to finish cooking and then serve.


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