Sheet Pan Pork Dinner
30 minutes to one-pan roast pork tenderloin and vegetables
Weeknight cooking is best when simplified to a single pot or pan—and, no, it doesn't have to be a sad single egg doused with hot sauce (maybe even eaten right out of the pan).
It's time to up your game: What if your laziest dinner was actually as simple as tossing a few vegetables together, seasoning a pork loin, then putting them both on a sheet tray and pouring a tangy mustard sauce over the top? A mere half hour later, a decidedly grown-up meal is served.
For our one-pan pork dinner (get the recipe), a medley of baby potatoes and crisp green string beans are drizzled in the same orange-mustard glaze that's shellacked onto a rosy piece of pork tenderloin. After 30 minutes, the pork comes out perfectly pink and moist, the potatoes creamy, the green beans crisp and your lazy dinner is done.
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