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This Portuguese pork tenderloin with beer recipe (receita de lombinhos de porco com cerveja) is easy to prepare and makes a great meal.
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Portuguese Pork Tenderloin with Beer Recipe
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Portuguese Pork Tenderloin with Beer Recipe

Portuguese Pork Tenderloin with Beer Recipe

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Ingredients

2 small pork tenderloins, cut into slices4 cloves of garlic, minced2 bay leaves3 tablespoons of olive oil2 spoons of margarine or butter1/2 bottle of beerSalt and pepper (to taste)Piri piri sauce (to taste)
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  • This site uses US measurements.

    Directions

    1. Cut the tenderloins into thick slices, season with salt and pepper and let it sit for 30 minutes.
    2. In a frying pan, place the olive oil, margarine or butter and garlic.
    3. Heat it over medium heat, add the tenderloins slices and let it brown on both sides, add the bay leaf and cook folr 15 minutes, add the beer and let it cook for another 5 minutes.
    4. Add the piri piri sauce (to taste).
    5. Place on a platter and drizzle with the sauce from the pan.
    Recipe & Photo Credit: aculinriadamissy.blogspot.com


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