Chorizo rolled up in a butterflied pork tenderloin packs a savory punch when topped with a drizzle of ginger-lime marmalade.
SAVE ON THIS RECIPE!
- Use your favorite marmalade or chutney (warm the topping) to drizzle over the tenderloin before serving.
- Butterfly – “to split a food (meat” down the center, cutting almost, but not completely through. The two halves are then opened flat to resemble a butterfly shape.” (Food Lover’s Companion – Herbst and Herbst)
- Truss – “ to secure meat with string, pins or skewers so the food maintains a compact shape during cooking.” (Food Lover’s Companion – Herbst and Herbst)
- Sear – “to brown meat quickly by subjecting it to very hight heat either in a skillet, under a broiler or in a very hot oven. The object of searing is to seal in the meat’s juices.” (Food Lover’s Companion – Herbst and Herbst)
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