Pork Tenderloin Sliders with Cranberry Sauce and Caramelized Onions
Are you ready for some tailgating? You all know that I’m not actually a big football fan. I don’t keep that a secret but I do enjoy tailgating. What’s not to love about sitting on the back of a tailgate with your boot (cowboy of course) covered feet swinging away with your favorite cold beverage in your hand and a slider or two in the other. Right?
Right. I’m already thinking about recipes for this season. Wings and SLIDERS are some of my favorites. This Pork Tenderloin Slider with Cranberry Sauce and Caramelized Onions might be my new all time favorite slider and could possibly be yours too. It’s cooked to perfection and without worry too. Want to know the secret?
We used a Cook’d Right Sensor. “The Cook’d Right™ Sensor, a brand-new single-use temperature indicator, is designed to provide a quick and accurate way to know when meats, poultry and seafood have reached their optimum level of doneness. Simply insert the Cook’d Right™ Sensor into the thickest portion of the meat and wait 5 to 10 seconds.
A color change at the tip of the sensor means the meat is cooked to a safe temperature. With Cook’d Right™ Sensors, food safety is easy wherever you are, whether tailgating, grilling in your backyard or cooking in your kitchen.”
Pretty neat right. No more second guessing if your meat is done. No more having to cut it in the pan and then put it back on. Nope, you’re all set with Cook’d Right Sensors.
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Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Volk Enterprises. I was compensated for my time. Opinions are my own. Always have been. Always will be.