Pressure Cooker Pork Tenderloin with Apples and Brussels Sprouts

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Rated 4.5 based on 10 customer reviews
Pressure Cooker Pork Tenderloin with Apples and Brussels Sprouts
Pressure Cooker Pork Tenderloin with Apples and Brussels Sprouts

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Directions

Mealthy Tip

You read the cook time correctly! Setting the cook time for 0 minutes allows the pressure to build enough to cook the pork tenderloin, creating an perfectly juicy and tender piece of pork.

Try other veggies in addition to the onions and Brussels sprouts, like cubed squash or asparagus!

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 438 calories; 19g fat; 18.4g carbohydrates; 47g protein; 137mg cholesterol; 187mg sodium.

Full nutrition

Nutrition Facts

Serving Per Container 8

Amount Per Serving
Calories 438 Calories from Fat 172
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 19g 29%
Saturated Fat 5g 27%
Trans Fat 0.1g
Polyunsaturated Fat 2.3g
Monounsaturated Fat 8.6g
Cholesterol 137mg 46%
Sodium 187mg 8%
Total Carbohydrate 18.4g 6%
Dietary Fiber 4g 16%
Sugars 11.1g
Protein 47g
Vitamin A 10% Vitamin C 67%
Calcium 3% Iron 12%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:

Calories: 2,000 2,500
Total Fat Less than 65g 80g
Saturated Fat Less than 20g 25g
Cholesterol Less than 300mg 300 mg
Sodium Less than 2,400mg 2,400mg
Total Carbohydrate 300g 375g
Dietary Fiber 25g 30g

Calories per gram:

Fat 9 • Carbohydrate 4 • Protein 4

Reviews

4.5out of 5 Stars

(10 Reviews)

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Dail Ciani says:

How long do you set the time for pressure cooking. Recipe says “0”

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Ronald Mandigo says:

This pork came out wonderful, Moist and Tender, juicy I really enjoyed our meal.

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Jamie Bell says:

Hands down, mine and my husband's favorite pork and apples dish. This is not a part of the recipe, but I also added crispy bacon to the brussels sprouts. I cooked it in the pot of the pressure cooker before cooking the pork. Set it to the side and chopped it a knife. So good that way! This is for sure on our weekly rotation.

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Brooke Prater says:

I made this recipe for my weekly lunch meal prep and it was really good. I got tired of eating chicken all the time, so this is a nice switch from the usual sheet pan dinners I normally prepare. I added some garlic but other than that, didn't make any other changes to the recipe. I'll be making it again this week.

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Sarah Guckes says:

First time using the Multipot and made this recipe. Super easy and delicious!

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Virginia Kines says:

Sounds delicious!!

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Michelle Katmarian says:

Pork was tasty, but brussel sprouts were very soft/mushy. I like my veggies on the al dente side :)

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John Wilkinson says:

Very first recipe I tried, never even cooked pork tenderloin before. I expected some growing pains, but I followed the instructions and it turned out amazing! I even checked the internal temp with a thermometer (since it was pork, after all) and it was perfect! The brussels sprouts were tender but not mushy. And the pork was absolutely the best. I still don't understand how it could be cooked with a cook time of zero, but it definitely worked. Can't wait to try it again with some variations that have been suggested.

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K E says:

This recipe was delicious and easy. I do think my pork could’ve used 1-2 minutes at pressure. It was a little too pink for comfort but was so tender and the flavors were amazing!

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Maggie Nielson says:

The pork tenderloin turned out great but the apples were mush and the Brussels sprouts were awful....seemed both over cooked. So where did I go wrong? I pushed pressure cook and it eventually showed 38 mins at normal.