"PORK IS A POPULAR MEAT IN GREECE ALONG WITH GOAT AND LAMB. A POPULAR MARINADE IN GREECE MIXES LEMON JUICE, RED WINE VINEGAR, DELICIOUS EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL, AND HERBS. I ENJOY MY RECIPE FOR PORK TENDERLOIN THAT IS COMBINED WITH MY GLAZED CARROTS THAT ARE SWEET, BRINY SALSA VERDE, SAVORY FARRO WITH FETA CHEESE MAKES THIS A TASTE OF GREECE AT HOME."- CAT CORA
Greek Style Pork Tenderloin- Premium quality Pork Tenderloin marinated overnight with vinegar, lemon juice, olive oil, garlic oregano, parsley, salt and pepper and then cooked to perfection on a fire grill.
Glazed Carrots with Dill- Oven-roasted carrots glazed with honey, seasoned with salt and pepper, and finished with fresh dill.
Olive Salsa Verde- An olive oil-based sauce with chopped green olives, garlic, lemon, red wine vinegar, chopped mint, parsley, and red chili flakes.
Warm Farro with Feta Cheese- Farro is an ancient wheat grain known for its nutty flavor and unique, chewy texture. It is cooked until tender and then topped with olive oil, dried cherries, scallions, parsley, lemon juice, salt, pepper, and finished with some feta cheese.
Greek Style Pork Tenderloin- Pork tenderloin, red Wine Vinegar, Lemon, Extra-virgin Olive oil, Garlic, Oregano, Parsley, Salt, and Pepper,
Glazed Carrots with Dill- Carrots, Olive Oil, Honey, Dill, Salt, and Pepper
Olive Salsa Verde- Olive Oil, Green Olives, Garlic, Lemon, Red Wine Vinegar, Mint, Parsley, Red Chili Flakes, Black Pepper
Warm Farro with Feta Cheese- Farro, olive oil, Dried Cherries, Scallions, Parsley, Lemon, Feta Cheese, Salt and Pepper
Remove label and place package directly into the microwave. (Meals are self-venting, do not puncture, cut, or remove the film.)
Microwave for 1:30 to 2:00 minutes or until cooked through. Microwave times may vary. Instructions based on a 1200 watt microwave.
Carefully remove the tray from the microwave by its corners and let it sit momentarily before opening.
USE CAUTION WHEN OPENING- The package may produce HOT steam after heating.
Preheat oven to 350ºF degrees
Remove label and film from the tray, remove and place food into an oven-safe container