Pork Wrap Recipe from Just A Mom

This is not much of a recipe but here goes. We also use this same recipe for dove breasts.


Pork Tenderloin cut into medallions about 2 1/2 inches thick
Cream cheese (I use the brick because it is easier. I just cut cream cheese into cubes and just flatten it out on the pork.)
small jar of sliced jalapenos
Take pork medallion place about 1 tablespoon of cream cheese in middle. Place 2-3 slices jalapenos on cream cheese. Roll or fold pork tenderloin medallion and wrap with bacon. Secure with toothpick. Cook on grill until done.
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6 Responses to Pork Wrap Recipe from Just A Mom

  1. Joy says:

    I really can’t wait to try this one. Thanks JAM.

  2. starlaschat says:

    Thanks Jam I’ll be cooking up a storm this Summer Thanks to everyone.:+) Sounds Good!

  3. trishatruly says:

    Oooo!! This sounds yummy!!! Thanks!

    I’ll be checking out the pork tenderloins at the market next time I go!!

  4. Just a Mom says:

    I love these because you can make them to suit everyones taste. I have 1 daughter that doesn’t like cream cheese so I leave that out and the other one hates jalapenos.
    I sometimes make a sauce to go on the side with these. I mix a little bit of sour cream and Dijon mustard together and dip the meat into it. You can add a little yellow mustard to it if you want some color.

  5. Karen Joy says:

    Yum!This is perfect because my husband came home with pork tenderloin when I asked him to buy pork steaks.I really dont know what to do with the loin,I dont usually cook with it so this is great!Thanx!

    • Joy says:

      Let us know how it turns out Karen. I’m going grocery shopping today and am going to get the stuff to make these. I have a few tenderloins in the freezer and this recipe has Toby’s name written all over it. He loves making putsy things.

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