Rosemary has been used for hundreds of years in folk medicine and aromatherapy to enhance memory and cognitive function. In cooking, its assertive flavor goes especially well with meat and root vegetables.
Balsamic vinegar adds a heady hit of sweet-and-sour flavor to the cherries and keeps this sauce on the savory side. Pork tenderloin has a thin end that cooks faster than the rest of the roast; to keep it from overcooking, simply tuck it under so that the tenderloin is the same thickness throughout.
Cooking pork tenderloin in a moist heat makes it fork-tender. Additionally, the bulgur, which replaces the more traditional rice in this revamped risotto, lends a slightly nutty flavor that complements earthy mushrooms.
Roasting bell peppers, zucchini and eggplant in the oven brings out the full depth of their sweetness in this Mediterranean dish. Succulent roasted pork tenderloin adds protein to round out the meal.
Aromatic, juicy pork tenderloin is complemented by sweet-tart roasted acorn squash.
This dish will impress your guests and make you look like a Food Network Star while being surprisingly easy.
Traditionally defined as a cooking method in which meats are seared and then simmered in a closed pan to maximize flavor, braising can also be used to add taste and tenderness to vegetables.