Chargrilled pork tenderloin medallions are served with a simple, vibrant peri peri sauce made with roasted vegetables, garlic and a touch of lemon. Accompanied by spicy chili broccoli and honey roasted carrots.
Chargrilled Pork Tenderloin Medallions –Seared to perfection. Pork tenderloin is certified with the American Heart Association’s “Heart Check” mark, indicating it qualifies as an extra-lean, heart-healthy protein. Ounce for ounce, pork tenderloin is as lean as a skinless chicken breast. A 3-ounce portion of pork tenderloin contains less than 3 grams of fat and 120 calories. Pork tenderloin is an excellent sources of protein, thiamine, vitamin B6, phosphorus and niacin.
Peri Peri Sauce –Oven-roasted Red and Green Bell Peppers, Lemon Juice, Garlic, Parsley, Seasoning – all natural and delicious. Red bell peppers contain several phytochemicals and carotenoids, particularly beta-carotene, which lavish your body with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits. And the capsaicin in bell peppers reduces ‘bad’ cholesterol, controls diabetes, brings relief from pain and eases inflammation.
Spicy Chili Broccoli –Olive Oil, Lemon Juice, Garlic, Chili Flakes, Sea Salt – simple all natural and delicious. Broccoli comes with many health benefits, it is rich in essential vitamins and minerals in addition to fiber and contains sulforophane, a sulfur-containing compound that is thought to have anti-cancer properties. One cup of broccoli contains as much vitamin C as an orange.
Honey Roasted Carrots –Carrots are tossed with olive oil and honey in this simple, all natural, and delicious side dish. Apart from being a natural sweetener, our honey comes from bees that primarily collect nectar from clovers. Clover honey has antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. Because of honey’s high sugar content, it may seem counterintuitive for diabetics to eat it. However, studies have shown that honey has a beneficial effect on blood sugar levels in diabetics. A 2014 review article published in the “Journal of Diabetes & Metabolic Disorders” reported that several studies have found that honey, when used in conjunction with anti-diabetic drugs, actually improves glycemic control. Suggesting that honey does not affect the body the same way that traditional table sugar does.
One order provides approximately 1 serving, 14 oz.
Pork Tenderloin: Pork (Brined in Water, Sugar, Salt), Olive Oil, Salt, Black Pepper.
Peri Peri Sauce:Roasted Red Bell Peppers (Red Bell Peppers, Olive Oil), Water, Green Bell Peppers, Lemon Juice, Garlic, Parsley, Seasoning, Salt).
Broccoli:Broccoli, Olive Oil, Lemon Juice, Garlic, Chili Flakes, Sea Salt.
Roasted Carrots:Carrots, Honey, Olive Oil, Parsley, Seasoning, Black Pepper.
Heating Directions From Frozen: Stove Top:(Preferred Method) Bring a pot of water to a boil. Immerse the pork tenderloin pouch into gently boiling water for about 10 minutes. Add side dish pouches and boil for an additional 3 minutes. Finally, add the sauce pouch and cook all components for an additional 2 minutes.
Microwave:Pierce a small hole in each pouch for venting. Place the pork tenderloin pouch on a microwave safe dish and heat on high for 2 minutes, add side dish pouches and sauce pouch and heat on high for an additional 1½ minutes.
In the event your meal is not fully reheated after removal from the pouches, you may continue reheating in a microwave on a microwave safe dish until done – which should be no more than another minute or two. An internal temperature of 158° F must be reached. Appliances vary, adjust accordingly.
For items without sauces or gravy, cut a hole in corner of pouch and drain excess liquid before plating.
Appliances vary, adjust accordingly. Caution: contents will be very hot.