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We recently headed to Schnuck’s Market here in Carbondale to shop for our Hatfield® Dry Rubbed Marinated Tenderloin, as well as the grocery items on the list. Luckily, this meal only took 3 main ingredients, so shopping was fast and easy.
Hatfield has amazing products, ranging from dry rub seasoned tenderloins to slow-cooker-ready pork roasts.
TIME SAVING TIP
Since the pork tenderloin is already marinated, your prep and cooking time is reduced by HOURS! Oh my goodness, the aroma of the Tuscan Herb seasonings made the house smell incredible…our mouths were watering after just a few minutes :)
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#1 Marinated Tenderloin in the Northeast is the Hatfield Tuscan Herb Tenderloin
Hatfield offers a HUGE variety of products and selections in their Marinated line. From Tuscan Herb to Texas Smokehouse, so many flavor profiles are covered, that most anyone would find one they loved.
Hatfield® Marinated Pork Tenderloin
Hatfield® Marinated Pork Loin Filets
Hatfield® Marinated Pork Roasts
Hatfield® Marinated Pork Chops
Hatfield® Marinated Pork Ribs
HOW TO MAKE THIS 3-INGREDIENT MEAL
1 Package (18.4 oz.) - Hatfield® Dry Rubbed Marinated Tenderloin
1 medium-sized summer squash
1-2 packages asparagus
OTHER ITEMS NEEDED:
3 skillets (at least 1 needs to have a lid for the pork tenderloin)
seasoning (I used Italian seasoning)
Any other seasonings you like, such as garlic
Tongs for cooking tenderloin, optional
Hatfield® Marinated Pork Tenderloin
1.) Remove packaging, and heat skillet to medium heat, with 2TBSP or so of olive oil.
2.) Once the skillet is hot, use optional tongs to place tenderloin onto heated skillet. This will begin to help you build a nice sear on the outsides while cooking the insides as well. Place lid onto pan/skillet, check after 2-3 minutes to ensure no sticking). No need to season the tenderloin, since Hatfield has already done the hard job of marinating the pork for you. This saves hours, luckily.
3.) After 3-4 minutes of cooking, carefully use an oven mitt and pair of tongs and flip the tenderloin to the other side. Replace lid and cook for 4-5 more minutes, moving tenderloin around in skillet if needed, to avoid burning or sticking to the skillet too much.
4.) Cook for an additional 15-20 minutes (or even a bit longer), rotating and flipping the tenderloin every couple of minutes. Make sure meat has cooked to an internal temperature of about 180 degrees F. The meat was extremely tender and cooked SO WELL!
1.) Heat second skillet and add 1-2 TBSP olive oil.
2.) Carefully slice squash and once skillet is hot, add squash to skillet. Sautee about 3 minutes on one side, use tong to flip slices, and cook on other side for 2-3 more minutes, until tender.
1.) Cut bottom 2-3 inches off asparagus stalks.
2.) Cook in hot skillet with olive oil, salt, and garlic, enjoy.
I would definitely recommend keeping a few of these Hatfield Marinated products on hand. Cook one for dinner, have it as leftovers the next few days, and keep 2-3 other Hatfield products in the freezer. They only take a half a day to thaw, so they would be amazing when you need a fulfilling dinner without any fuss.
The other protein that I was considering featuring was the Hatfield® Marinated Pork Roast. It looks incredible, but the preferred cooking method was a crock pot. I would definitely like to keep one on hand for another time.
MEAL PREPPING IDEA
This dish would be super easy to make ahead for lunch or dinner the next day. Simply use clear containers to store the meal, and store it in the fridge for up to 2 days.