Pork normande for 1

Yield: 1 servings

Measure Ingredient
1½ teaspoon Butter or margarine
2 \N Frenched slices pork tender.
2 \N Thin slices onion
1 small Apple, peeled and cored
1 teaspoon Flour
¼ cup Apple juice
2 tablespoons Water
½ teaspoon Chicken stock mix ds Salt ds Pepper
2 teaspoons Brandy, optional
1 tablespoon Plain yogurt, drained

Heat butter or margarine in a small heavy skillet over medium heat.

Add pork tenderloin (or small cubes of pork roast) and brown slowly.

Lift out and set aside. Add onion to pan and stir over medium-low heat 3 minutes. Slice apple into pan and stir 2 minutes. Sprinkle in flour and stir to blend.

Remove pan from heat and stir in apple juice, water, stock mix, salt and pepper. Return to heat and stir until boiling, slightly thickened and smooth. Return meat to pan, cover and simmer 30 min, turning once or until meat is fork tender.

Put meat on hot serving plate and stir brandy and yogurt into sauce in skillet. Pour over meat.

Source: Margo Oliver's Good Food for One c. 1990 International Self-Counsel Press Ltd. 1481 Charlotte Road, North Vancouver BC V7J 1H1

From the files of Al Rice, North Pole Alaska. Feb 1994

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