Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Kitchen Confessions: Pork Tenderloin Stroganoff

Today's kitchen confession is really brought to you by Mr. Cute. I just sat back, ate, and enjoyed. 

Of the two of us, Mr. Cute is way more of a food person. When it comes to dinner, he likes decadent elaborate meals, and I am happy with chicken nuggets and a few raw carrots (he's totally gagging and eye rolling just reading that). Unfortunately for him, I'm usually in charge of the dinner making department here at Casa de Cute. While I've made a few attempts at venturing out (awesome attempts if I do say so myself), I've convinced the kids that crockpot chicken tacos four nights out of the week is the best thing ever, and Mr. Cute's dreams of homemade five star dinners have been put on permanent hold. 


Some days I feel bad about it. I really do. Especially as he stares longingly over my shoulder at those Pinterest recipes I am scrolling over in order to make sure I pin the most amazing Valentine's Day crafts ever. Maybe one day, when we are retired, I will sign up for a few cooking classes and really try. 

Or maybe I will sit on the beach with a fruity cocktail and a big fat novel in my lap. 

You just never know what the golden years might bring. 

When the new year rolled around we hosted my family for an evening of dinner and football. Mr. Cute decided we were to venture outside of all things slow cooked, and made a delicious Pork Tenderloin. Even though there were eight of us, he made so much we had a ton of leftovers. So much so that we were able to make two more meals out of them - with hosting an additional four other people each time. At least we were prepared!

My favorite of the two meals was this Pork Tenderloin Stroganoff.

It was SO good! And after asking Mr. Cute about it, I realized it was actually kind of easy to make (especially if you have Pork Tenderloin already made). It was a hit amongst even our pickiest of eaters, so I know Mr. Cute we will put this into our dinner rotation again soon.



  • Pork Tenderloin (approximately 2 cups, diced)
  • 1/2 onion, diced
  • 1/2 stick of butter
  • 16oz. of sour cream
  • 1 pkg. of egg noodles

  1. Dice pork and onion. 
  2. Saute pork and onion together in a pan with butter. Cook until onions are tender. 
  3. Add sour cream to pan and stir.
  4. Cook egg noodles according to package. Drain. 
  5. Place pork mixture over noodles. 
  6. Serve and enjoy!

Enjoy dinner now and thank Mr. Cute later!

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