Dijon Cream Sauce and Pork Tenderloin: Carb-Smart Keto

Alexia Isaak
Jul 10, 2017 · 2 min read

A dijon cream sauce sounds can seem hard. Sauces can be intimidating, but who thought something that sounds so challenging was so simple. Anyone has the ability to make a mouthwatering sauce. In this recipe, the most difficult part of making it, is getting up to go to go buy the ingredients. You absolutely must try this dijon cream sauce because it’s both simple and delectable. It’s fabulous over pork tenderloin, shown here, but it’s also fantastic over vegetables or other bases, so vegetarians and gluten free dieters can enjoy it as well.

dijon cream sauce with pork tenderloin
dijon cream sauce with pork tenderloin

Dijon Cream Sauce with Pork Tenderloin over Zucchini Noodles

Equipment

You only need the kitchen basics to make this sauce.

  • 9 x 13 Pyrex

Pyrex

is a kitchen standard. It’s sturdy and versatile. I’ve had my dishes for years. is a kitchen standard. It’s sturdy and versatile. I’ve had my dishes for years.I’ve learned for cooking sauces, a reduction pot is perfect.

Ingredients

Dijon Cream Sauce Ingredients

  • 2 Tablespoons Butter

Pork Tenderloin Ingredients

  • The ingredients are simple and as basic as the equipment.

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

This recipe divides and multiplies well. The sauce should be eaten in one sitting or reheated once. It can deconstruct and separate if refrigerated for too long.

Dijon Cream Sauce Nutritional Information per Serving

Serves 8

  • Calories: 238

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Originally published at Alexia Cooks.

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