In her Decatur, Illinois kitchen, Janet A. keeps lunch prep simple with Pork Tenderloin Stew. Loaded with pork, potatoes, carrots and mushrooms, each steaming bowlful gets its flavor from a creamy tarragon-flavored broth.
- To keep the pork warm while cooking the vegetables, wrap it in foil and put it in the oven at 200°.
- Feel free to replace the pork tenderloins with chicken breasts or chicken tenders if you’d like.
- If you have vegetables left over from a previous meal, give the stew a nutritious boost by stirring them into the simmering pot.
- Remember this recipe when you need a dish for a potluck buffet. Served in a slow cooker set on low, the stew is sure to be a hit with everyone.
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