Pork Tenderlion in phylo pastry stuffed with dates.

Discussion in 'Recipes' started by dvsboy, Dec 12, 2004.

  1. dvsboy

    dvsboy

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    Hello,

    I recently visited a restaurant in Ontario, which featured a wonderful dish of
    Pork tenderloin stufffed with dates wrapped in phylo pastry, a truely wonderful meal!

    Now - I could wing this - as it seems fairly simple - but I wondered if anyone would perhaps have a recipe for this?

    Kind regards,
    dvs.
     
  2. keeperofthegood

    keeperofthegood

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    Hey oh

    Where here are you? Which restaurant?

    Well, doing a googleing on this, here are two variations I found:

    http://www.easyentertain.com/recipes...ork_roast.html

    http://www.recipegoldmine.com/meatpork/meatpork102.html

    So, yes, winging it seems the order of the day. Im reading these I can easily envision mincemeet mix as being good.

    Dates and prunes go nicely with pork. My wife does not like pinapple at all so when I make sweet and sour pork I use prunes instead. Instead of a sour fruit in a sweet sauce, I use a sweet fruit in a sour sauce. In ballance it works very well.
     
  3. dvsboy

    dvsboy

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    Hello,

    Thank you for you efforts - I believe I'll try those recipes you've found with a bit of a twist to make it more like what I had.

    I'm in Ontario, the restaurant was at Horseshoe Valley Resort, name: 'Silks'

    I highly recomend it if you're in the area.

    Here's a link to their menu in PDF (it isn't updated to show the recipe "I" was looking for - but it does have some nice stuff..)

    http://www.horseshoeresort.com/pdf/menus/Silks.pdf


    Thanks again.