Cranberry Glazed Turkey Tenderloin Recipe

INGREDIENTS TENDERLOIN OF TURKEY – Pork tenderloin or a 1.5-pound turkey tenderloin could be used. – Divide two teaspoons of extra virgin olive oil. – divide two tablespoons of salt. – dividing two tablespoons of pepper – divided into two tablespoons, sweet paprika – roasted herbs I used sage and rosemary, but either one would be plenty. – SAUCE – 3 cups fresh or frozen whole cranberries – Juice and zest from two navel oranges (the juice should be 1/2 cup). – If you don't have coconut sugar, use 1/2 cup ordinary sugar. – 1 thin piece of fresh ginger, peeled, about the size of a garlic clove. – 1 teaspoon optional coconut aminos – 1-cup water

Information of importance – Cook Time: 40 min – SERVINGS: 4 – PREP TIME: 10 mins – TYPE: Dinner

My gorgeous and simple Cranberry Glazed Turkey Tenderloin. You must use this recipe if you're having a small holiday dinner. The cranberry glaze gives a blast of sweet and tangy flavor that makes this dish truly mouthwatering and succulent

Paleo with this turkey tenderloin: how to store it? – If there is any leftover cranberry sauce (that wasn't served on top of the turkey), it can be kept in the refrigerator for up to a week in an airtight container made of glass or plastic. If there is any leftover turkey, it can be kept in the fridge for up to three days. – Any leftovers should be heated up in a skillet over medium heat (or a on a plate in the microwave)

TIPS FOR COOKING AND FAQs – Can I substitute pork for the turkey in the cranberry-glazed turkey tenderloin recipe? – Yes! Finding a turkey tenderloin is not always simple. Pork tenderloin may be substituted for the turkey if you truly want to make the recipe but can't find it. When utilizing pork, keep in mind: Bake at 350°F until the thickest section of the tenderloin of the pork reaches 150° internal temperature (about 25 minutes

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