Baked pork fillet with bacon and apples

Baked pork fillet with bacon and apples, a combination I would say almost Traditional. The pork tenderloin is wrapped in bacon, browned on high heat in a pan and baked in the oven, It remains soft and juicy. The combination with the browned apples with butter and cinnamon enhances the lot. I suggest you use a type of apple crisp and compact, Come mammal Stark of Fuji. If you prefer something more sour, then choose without hesitating Renetta apple or green apple Granny Smith.

The pork tenderloin baked with bacon and apples is second meat dish of Italian cuisine easy to prepare and light enough, without sacrificing taste. If you added a green outline as sauteed broccoli or spinach with Parmesan, It's a great dish. An alternative more calories but certainly more beloved by children is instead the mashed potatoes, a classic side dish of braised or stewed meat. If you like meat dishes based on pork, you can also take a look at the’ ROAST PORK WITH PRUNES  thePORK LOIN WITH HAM, MUSHROOMS AND CHESTNUT or the very traditional ARTIST OF MILK PORK.


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  • a pork tenderloin of 800 grams divided into 4 pieces from 200 grams each
  • 8 slices of bacon, not too thin
  • Fresh Rosemary as required
  • salt and pepper
  • 150 ml of red wine
  • a pinch of cinnamon
  • a clove
  • 30 grams of butter
  • 6 Tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
  • 6 mele Renette, Stark on Fuji
  • cinnamon as required
  • salt to taste
  • 40 grams butter


Preheat the oven to 180 degrees static. Massage the pork fillets with chopped salt, pepper and Rosemary, then wrap them with two slices of bacon, so that the side of the fillets is all wrapped in bacon, and tie it tight the fillets with kitchen Twine, so that the bacon is securely placed around the meat. Put into a casserole and allow to warm up, then Sauté over high heat the pork tenderloin on all sides, above, under and along all sides covered with Bacon, until they are evenly browned and crispy bacon will not become. Deglaze with the wine and transfer the fillets and the sauce in a baking dish, Add a sprig of Rosemary, adjust with salt and pepper and cook for 15-20 minutes.

Meanwhile, Peel apples, cut them in half, then into quarters and then sliced not too small and put them in a pan with butter, a pinch of cinnamon and salt to taste. Fry over high heat on each side being careful not to spappolarle and, by the time they formed a golden crust, put them aside.

When the pork tenderloin is cooked, transfer the portions on a heated stage and put the pan on the fire: Deglaze the sauce with butter and cook for a few minutes until the sauce won't become dense.

Serve the fillets of pork with their sauce and warm apples.

THE PAIRING: From the farm Caminella, in the province of Bergamo, We choose the Luna Rossa: a red wine made from a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Pinot Noir, characterised by aromas of ripe red fruit and spices, accompanied by a round taste that combines gentle acidity mineral notes.

Baked pork fillet with bacon and apples
Baked pork fillet with bacon and apples

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Maximum 30 March 2018 at 18:46

Ada Bonjour
Follow your blog for quite some time and I have tried several recipes always with your full satisfaction.
I'll write more in detail, but now I need help because I want to make this dish but do not know how deglaze with butter
Thank you for an explanation, and again congratulations

Ada Parisi 30 March 2018 at 18:59

Here I am! First thanks! Then you simply have to put the pan in which you cooked the meat on the fire, low, and add a little 'butter and if you want a little drink of wine. Door to a boil and filters, so avrainla your sauce. Happy Easter!

An Lullaby February 20, 2014 at 00:55

I am a real donkey to cook meat, I find it difficult to, but never will I learn if I don't try! Here's, This would try again, it also makes a herbivore like me water 🙂 The juxtaposition with apples then (I've already tried, but in a restaurant) drives me crazy! Good good good!

Sicilians creative in the kitchen February 20, 2014 at 12:07

Also I don't like meat: I don't like to eat it or cook it… but so is great. Actually I only like the pig, for this I have many recipes with pig in blogs… If you are looking for red meat is not the blog for you! A hug, ADA


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