Creamy French Pork
The Creamy French Pork is delicious and quick, the slow cooked version makes a tender pork casserole.

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Skinnymixer’s Creamy French Pork features in the Fast section of the cookbook The Healthy Mix Dinners 2.

This Creamy French Pork is a cookbook exclusive recipe…

The Creamy French Pork feels a little bit too fancy to cook for an easy weeknight dinner… I love that you could easily serve this dish at a dinner party or come home from work and have dinner on the table cooked in under 30 minutes.

If you love our Honey Mustard Chicken, you should add this one to the must-make list.

How to Velvet Budget Pork

Hopefully this Thermomix & regular cooking methods cookbook helps takes a little bit of stress out of dinner time and help answer the question “What’s for dinner?” 🥰

What you will need:

Creamy French Pork Ingredients
What you will need to make the Creamy French Pork in The Healthy Mix Dinners 2

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Want to know more about the Dinners 2 cookbook? 

This is the contents of the cookbook with all the dietary variations included for each. As you can see we have a strong focus on 

  • Dairy-free
  • Gluten-free
  • Nut-free
  • Egg Free
  • Low Carb
  • Paleo
  • Vegetarian
  • Low FODMAP
Whether you are Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Low Carb, Low Fodmap, Vegetarian or Nut free – there is something for everyone in the new cookbook The Healthy Mix Dinners 2


Creamy French Pork

THMD2: Creamy French Pork

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  • pork tenderloin
  • baby spinach
  • butter
  • Chicken Stock Concentrate
  • cornflour
  • cream
  • Dijon mustard
  • dried tarragon
  • dry white wine
  • garlic powder
  • lemon zest
  • mushrooms
  • onion powder


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