I recently saw these beautiful pork medallions at the grocery store and snatched them up for a night when I needed a quick meal. I could tell these would thaw and cook quickly.
Flash forward a couple of weeks, and I pulled these out of the freezer. They were thawed and ready to go by dinnertime. I waited until my husband got home to start everything.
I dried the pork, and then seasoned with salt, pepper, and some Penzey's Sunny Paris--one of our favorites. Here's the description from the website: Hand-mixed from: shallots, chives, green peppercorn, dill weed, basil, tarragon, chervil and bay leaf.
I heated olive oil and butter in the skillet. Then seared the meat on either side. Then I added a little white wine and covered for a few minutes to let the meat cook through. When it was done (don't over cook!), I took the meat out of the skillet and sprinkled in about 1-2 teaspoons of flour and cooked until slightly thickened. I spooned the sauce over the pork and served.
It turned out so yummy! Before preparing the meat, I microwaved baked potatoes and then made steam-in-the-bag vegetables. Not bad for a quick weeknight meal!