There’s a new favorite panini in the house.
The only way to describe this combination is sweet, spicy, savory & fresh. It starts with a juicy, roast pork tenderloin sliced super thin. Throw some Fontina, fresh basil and some red hot blackberry mash into the mix and you’ve got yourself one delicious panini.
I followed this simple technique
for roasting the pork to juicy perfection. Basically, you heat your oven to 500F, pop in your seasoned pork, cook EXACTLY 5 1/2 minutes per pound, turn off your oven and wait one hour. Stay with me. I know that sounds weird. I was skeptical too but it seriously was the best roasted pork tenderloin I’ve ever made.
While that cooked, I made my red hot blackberry smash: fresh blackberries, red pepper flakes and a touch of maple syrup. It’s so good I’m debating making another batch and cooking up some red hot blackberry mash french toast this weekend. You think I’m joking. Just wait.
One bite and this might be your new favorite panini too.
[gmc_recipe 10686]Have a great Wednesday everyone!