I always purchase the Swift pork tenderloin packs for two primary reasons:
Reason #1: Quality: To-date, they haven’t failed me. (Oh and so that you know, I don’t get any money from this or any other company, smile.)
Reason #2: Price Fairness: As you know, pork tenderloin is basically the filet mignon of the pork; and it is super tender. The pack comes with 4 tenderloins. This pack cost me $12.62 and I was able to turn it into 7 to 8 servings, which was about $1.80 per serving. The similar amount of beef filet would cost way more.
However, the problem with this and most meats is that they are sold loaded with animal fat. Since I care about my health and my family, I take my time to clear all the fat that I can possibly can. Either way, when it is time to season, marinate and cook, I only use extra virgin olive oil, which is 100% better than any animal fat. To me, it is the perfect way to cook.
Take a couple of minutes to see how I turned these 2 tenderloins into: Pork beefsteaks, pork mignon and pork bites to either stir fry them, market pork chili or
2 pork tenderloins ($3.30 per filet) ($6.31)
Clean all the fat and cut the filets in whichever meals you will decide to cook within a week.
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