Pork stuffed with prunes and dried apricots

Pork stuffed with prunes and dried apricots

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  1. Pork (tenderloin) 700 grams
  2. Salt to taste
  3. Ground pepper to taste
  4. Prunes 10 pieces
  5. Dried apricots 10 pieces
  6. Bay leaf 2 pieces
  7. Allspice 10 pieces
  • Main Ingredients: Pork, Dried Apricots, Prunes
  • Portion 5-6


Kitchen knife, cutting board, oven, baking sleeve.


Step 1: prepare meat and dried fruits.

Rinse the pork, dry with paper towels. Take a long kitchen knife and make a hole in the middle of a piece of meat. First, on the one hand, then on the other, to get a through tunnel.
Salt and pepper the meat outside and inside the hole made too.
Rinse prunes and dried apricots with boiling water and dry. Then lay the dried fruits inside the meat so that they are evenly distributed along the entire length of the piece.

Step 2: bake pork stuffed with prunes and dried apricots.

Fold the meat in a sleeve by adding bay leaves and peas of allspice. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees and send stuffed pork into it on 60-70 minutes.
After baking, let the pork rest for several minutes, and then serve hot or cold to the table.

Step 3: serve pork stuffed with prunes and dried apricots.

Cut the pork into slices and serve as a hot dish with a side dish, or as a cold appetizer. Tasty, original and will appeal to both gourmets and conservatives regarding holiday dishes.
Enjoy your meal!


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