Pork medallions in a cream and mustard sauce

I haven’t been posting much for a while, pressures of work and other things, like being away on holiday.

Anyway, last night I cooked this dish and it too about 15 minutes from start to finish.

The chips were frozen ones given a blast in the deep fat fryer and the salad was just Little Gen and red chicory without any dressing because I wanted the leaves to soak up the sauce.

The pork was cut from the fattest part of a tenderloin, seasoned and simply sautéed in an iron pan with butter and some neutral oil (I used grape seed oil) for about three minutes on each side.

The meat was put to one side while I made the sauce.

I added half a glass of white wine and let it bubble down (n.b. never use cider in a cast iron pan, the sauce ends up black from the acid in the cider), then I added in two teaspoons of whole grain mustard and some cream, stirring so it was all amalgamated over a highish heat.

Then I put the meat back in the pan and let it cook for another couple of minutes on a low heat.