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15 Fast & Simple Pork Medallions Recipes To Choose From!

15 Fast & Simple Pork Medallions Recipes To Choose From!

Pork medallions recipes can be somewhat tricky to cook due to their low-fat content, so it’s best to cook them fast and hot!

To help you avoid dry and flavorless meat, here are 15 pork medallions recipes that you should try.

Pork medallions recipes are great for when you want to cook a quick meal without too much fat.

This is because these slices of meat come from the leanest cut of pork, which is the tenderloin.

Unfortunately, due to its low fat-to-meat ratio, this cut is prone to dryness when overcooked.

This is probably why most recipes that use pork medallions often come with a sauce or jus, like Pork Medallions In Creamy Wine Sauce and Pork Medallions In Mustard Maple Sauce.

A few others, like #14, come with a coating that insulates the meat from the heat, helping to keep them moist as they cook.

There are some things to be mindful of as you cook pork medallions.

To prevent tough medallions, you must cook them for no longer than 8 minutes overall – 6 minutes on the first side and another 2 minutes on the flip side.

When making the sauce, you need to remove your pork medallions from the pan and add them in later once the sauce is done.

You also need to ensure that you don’t crowd your pan when you cook these slices of meat, so you don’t end up with unevenly cooked pieces.

Now that you’re armed with some useful tips on how to properly cook pork medallions, it’s time that we dive into these pork medallions recipes.

And if you want to know what to do with the leftovers, we’ve got you covered there, too.

Let’s begin this list with a recipe that will take only 20 minutes of your time to make!

This fruity, savory, and very aromatic dish is great for date night and can be served with mashed potatoes or herbed rice.

One thing you can do to keep your medallions moist is to drown them in a creamy sauce like this one!

Not only is this creamy mushroom and leek sauce super flavorful, but mushrooms also add another texture to the dish.

Note that the medallions in this recipe are put to the side while the sauce is being cooked, helping to prevent overcooking.

Here’s another simple and flavorful recipe you can try with the slices of pork cut from the tenderloin.

The lemony and garlicky sauce is made even yummier with the addition of white wine and chicken broth.

If you want your sauce to be creamier, a dash of milk or heavy cream will do the trick!

This recipe requires only six ingredients, and that already includes salt and pepper!

When you’re late putting dinner on the table, this dish is a great one to make since it can be done in 20 minutes without compromising on flavor.

Another fabulous and flavorful way to keep pork medallions from drying out is to coat them with a glaze.

Don’t be scared that the baking part of this recipe will give you tough and dry meat.

Since you will be using indirect heat to finish cooking this dish, and each piece is coated in a sweet and sour balsamic glaze, your medallions will stay moist and juicy.

Here’s a pork medallions recipe that is super juicy due to the coating and the sauce that completes it.

Aside from flavorful bites of tender pork with a crispy crust, you also get a tangy and sweet sauce to coat it.

This is a good dish to try when craving an Asian-inspired meal.  

Looking for pork medallions recipes that have a zesty kick to them?

This dish gives you just that with its combination of chili powder, chipotle powder, and lime juice.

If you want it spicier, add some chili flakes or cayenne pepper for extra fire!

Want to impress your dinner guests but don’t want to work too hard in the kitchen to do so?

This recipe will help you get oohs and aahs from your diners as they sink their teeth into the buttery goodness of each piece.

Serve with garlic mashed potatoes or a simple salad for a complete and sophisticated meal.

Another impressive dish you can choose to make when you have guests coming over for dinner is this one!

Make sure to have your medallions cut in thick slices to ensure they don’t dry out, and use good quality white wine in your sauce to get the perfect flavor profile you want.

There is another way you can keep pork medallions from drying out while cooking.

And that’s to wrap them in thin slices of prosciutto!

If you can’t get good quality prosciutto for this recipe, you can always use slices of bacon, pancetta, or serrano ham for this dish.

Sweet, savory, juicy, and oh-so-satisfying, this dish is one you shouldn’t miss trying at least once in your lifetime!

This is a recipe that’s perfect for date night since it’s made specifically for two.

But if you want to serve it for a dinner party, simply increase the number of pieces according to your number of guests.

Another great way to infuse flavor and moisture into your pork medallions is to wrap it in fatty bacon.

The addition of macadamia nuts gives you crunch, and thyme adds in some herby goodness.

The cream sauce that’s drizzled over each piece comes with capers that provide an interesting layer of saltiness that helps complete this dish.

Marsala is an Italian wine that lends a nutty and sweet taste to the dishes it’s added to.

When used with pork, this wine gives the meat a richer and more intense flavor.

Serve on top of some garlic noodles or with herbed potatoes for a truly satisfying meal.

If you’ve tried cooking chicken fried steak, then you’ll find this recipe easy enough to make!

It follows the same steps, only this time, you use pork tenderloin medallions instead of cuts of beef.

You can serve this the same way you would its beefy cousin – with mashed potatoes on the side and some gravy.

One-pan meals are so popular because they’re so easy to make, and they cut down on the number of pans you have to wash!

This is why this recipe is one of my favorites!

Not only does it give you a complete meal in one pan, but it’s also yummy and cooks in half an hour.

The bottom line

There are loads you can do with pork medallions, and this collection of pork medallions recipes proves just that!

Since pork has such a mild flavor, it can absorb marinades, sauces, and spices perfectly and quickly.

You don’t have to marinate it for long periods of time to get all those flavors in, so you don’t have to worry about being pressed for time when you cook with this cut of meat.

More Pork Recipes

15 Pork Medallions Recipe Collection

15 Pork Medallions Recipe Collection

Pork medallions are tender cuts that cook fast. Best to use one of these pork medallions recipes and get your sauces right and avoid overcooking your meat.


  • Pan Seared Pork Medallions With Cranberries And Apples
  • Pork Medallions With Mushroom Cream Sauce
  • Lemon Garlic Pork Medallions
  • Parmesan Pork Medallions
  • Honey Balsamic Glazed Pork Medallions
  • Crispy Pork Medallions In Orange Honey Sauce
  • Pork Medallions In Chili And Lime
  • Butter Mustard Pork Medallions
  • Pork Medallions In Creamy Mushroom Wine Sauce
  • Stuffed Prosciutto-Wrapped Pork Medallions
  • Pork Medallions In Mustard Maple Sauce
  • Bacon Wrapped Pork Medallions With Macadamia
  • Marsala Pork Medallions
  • Chicken Fried Pork Medallions
  • Pork Medallions With Broccoli


  1. Time to get dinner on the table already?
  2. Pull up this list of 15 Pork Medallions Recipes!
  3. Choose your new favorite. 
  4. Enjoy with some sides and good friends!

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