Apple sage stuffed pork over Chobani apple cinnamon mashed sweet potatoes.
Apples & pork are truly one of my favorite food combinations. I paired the pork up with mashed sweet potatoes (that I purchased from the farmer’s market on Tuesday). And thanks to Chobani sending me a ton of wonderful yogurt today, I thought I would try adding the apple cinnamon to the mashed potatoes and so glad I did. It added another layer of that wonderful apple flavor to the dish.
5 boneless pork filets (you can use 4-6 for this recipe), created a pocket with my filet knife being careful not to go all the way through the meat to the other side.
1/4 c of chopped onion
2 tsp of butter or substitute butter product (I used I can’t believe it’s not butter)
1 c of chopped apples
1/2 c of Panko bread crumbs (or regular if that’s all you have in your pantry)
1 tsp of dried sage
Over a medium flame, heat your butter till melted. Add the onion and cook until translucent. Then add the Panko. Mix until the butter and onion is absorbed and toasted. It should look like this:
Then sprinkle with sage. Once cooled down a bit, stuff your pork (pocket you created with your filet knife) and then close and seal with a toothpick or two. Repeat until done. Set aside. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees. In a skillet over medium flame, drizzle some olive oil or a pat of butter. Once hot, add the pork and brown on each side. This should take 1-2 minutes. Then remove and place on a cookie sheet. Bake at 375 degrees for about 15 minutes or until no longer pink.
6 medium sized yams, washed and cut into larger size pieces
1 6 oz cup of Chobani Apple Cinnamon yogurt
2 tbl of Cinnamon butter spread (you can use regular butter)
1 tbl of light brown sugar
Bring a large Dutch oven with about 4 qts of water to a boil. Add the potatoes and cook until fork tender. Before draining, remove about 1 c of the water that the potatoes were cooked in and set aside. Then drain the potatoes and add them to your stand mixer with the paddle attachment on. Then add the butter and brown sugar. Mix until creamy. Add the Chobani yogurt and continue to blend. Taste test and adjust the seasonings as needed. Spoon into a serving bowl and cover until ready to serve.
Add the sweet mashed potatoes as a bed and the pork on top. Sprinkle with parsley and freshly ground pepper. Enjoy!
— Knead to Cook
I love the idea of using the chobani in the mashed sweet potatoes. Awesome idea!
It was really good! Glad I had that flavor on hand 🙂