Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Goat Cheese and Grape Pork Loin

Goat Cheese and Grape Pork
      I found a great deal on a small pork tender loin at my local store and wanted to try something special. I had already utilized grapes in a crostini recipe but thought it would be great stuffed into a pork loin. Pork always goes great with fruits. There is just something about that combination. This was so easy and quick to make. Just mix up the ingredients, filet the pork, roll it up, tie it up, pan sear, and then bake. It is that simple. I then took the extra grapes, sautéed them with some liquor and created a fantastic sauce that could be drizzled over the pork for serving.

     The flavors in this dish actually complimented each other. The tartness from the goat cheese and the sweetness from the grapes went great with the pork. Serve with a little rice or potatoes and viola, a great weekend or weeknight meal for you and your family.  Goat Cheese and Grape Pork Loin.


  • 1 lb pork tender loin
  • Goat cheese
  • Red grapes
  • Spinach
  • Raspberry liquor
  • Salt/pepper
  • Kitchen twine

1.       Take your goat cheese and sit in a bowl. Dice up a handful of grapes and baby spinach and mix into the cheese.

2.       Filet the pork tender loin and salt and pepper. Take the cheese mixture and spread on top.

3.       Take kitchen twine and roll up the pork loin and tie off.

4.       In a large skillet in a bit of olive oil brown the pork loin on all sides.

5.       Place pork loin in a Dutch oven with a little bit of water drizzled in and place in a 350 degree oven covered and cook for 40 minutes.

6.       Now I took about a ¼ cup of raspberry liquor I had in my cabinet and took extra chopped up grapes and sautéed until the grapes became tender.

7.       Serve the sauce over the pork loin with your favorite side dish.


Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 50 minutes
Serves: 2-4 people

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