When you’re craving a hearty roast but have no time for lengthy cooking, pork tenderloin is the answer. Why not roast two tenderloins, parsnips, squash and potatoes for a full dinner with enough leftovers to speedily concoct a completely different meal the following night?
Slice pork into thin strips. Slice large vegetables into smaller pieces. Stir-fry pork and veggies with hoisin and soy sauces, then add a few handfuls of spinach at the end. Or heat pork and vegetables in a large wide saucepan with a little white wine or chicken broth and generous pinches of paprika. When hot, stir in sour cream for a quick version of Hungarian pork paprikash.