This Easy Skillet Pork Stroganoff recipe is a simple weeknight meal made with lean pork tenderloin and takes less than 30 minutes to go from skillet to dinner table!
Thanks to National Pork Board for sponsoring this post.
Last month I had another amazing opportunity to attend a pork farm tour like I previously did a few years ago in Minnesota. This most recent trip was even more memorable since it was in my home state of Michigan. And if you know anything about Michigan, you’d know that we have a ton of variety when it comes to agriculture and farming.
Now that we’re well into fall here in Michigan, I wanted to create a simple yet satisfying meal that is perfect for cool, crisp evenings. And after coming home from a long day at work, I am always looking for a quick meal that is nutritious and also enjoyed by my whole family. Thankfully this one was a hit and is going on my regular meal rotation.
Now purchasing pork can sometimes be intimidating which is why I’m thrilled that the Pork Checkoff has come up with this easy resource to take the guesswork out of buying and cooking the perfect pork meal. Check out this link to learn about the various pork cuts, how best to cook them and the best temperatures to cook each cut to receive the best flavor and texture safely every time.
The biggest change in regards to how pork is cooked is whole muscle cuts of pork are safe when cooked to 145°F with a 3-minute rest. Ground pork, however, should still be cooked to 160°F.
For more pork recipe inspiration check out this link for a variety of delicious pork recipes. And after my recent visit with the National Pork Board I also compiled a list of 5 Things Consumers Should Know About Pork and the Pork Industry. Check it out!
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by the National Pork Board, National Pork Producers Council and Michigan Pork Producers Association. I was compensated for my time but my views and opinions on this post are and will always be my own.
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