Pork Tenderloin Casserole Instant Pot
There’s nothing better than a low prep, quick instant pot meal that tastes amazing after a long day at work. And even better if it’s a yummy pork tenderloin casserole that doesn’t heat up the house while it’s cooking.
Pork tenderloin casserole
This one pot meal is low prep, easy prep, and keeps your kitchen cool while it cooks. You’re going to love the savory flavors of bacon, mustard, and dill. It’s hearty enough to fill you up but not too heavy. One of my very favorite meats is pork tenderloin. Oh so good!
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Can you cook pork tenderloin in the instant pot?
Pork tenderloin vs pork loin
What’s the difference between pork tenderloin and pork loin? The loin is a large roast. It’s very white meat. It’s tender and juicy, not tough like a shoulder or butt roast that requires a long cooking time. It can be used in this recipe with no problem. It will taste amazing too.
Pork tenderloin is darker meat. More tender, but less fat, so you have to be careful not to cook it too long. It’s more flavorful than the loin roast too. They are smaller so you might want to use two. But we use free-range meat and it’s expensive. So I’m conservative with how much meat I put in anything.
Pork tenderloin and potatoes
Potatoes are one of my favorite things to grow and to eat, so I like to find things to add them to. Many casseroles have pasta or rice, and while they can be delicious, I far prefer potatoes or another vegetable over either of them any day.
You can use sweet potatoes, summer squash or winter squash for the potato layer if you prefer. You could also use eggplant as well. But I love the combination of potatoes and green beans. Oh my, nothing says spring like fresh potatoes and green beans from the garden. New potatoes would be great in this recipe.
The first time I ever cooked a pork tenderloin I fell in love and that love has only grown stronger with each one I’ve cooked. My favorite flavor profile is bacon and dijon mustard, so I like to try it with different things using those.
This dill and provolone combo along with the bacon and mustard was amazing. One of the best things I’ve ever made! Pork, green beans and potatoes. What could go wrong? Not much, but so much can go right!
Instant pot port tenderloin casserole with potatoes and green beans
This savory pork tenderloin casserole is both hearty and delicious. It's full of flavor and has veggies too. The potatoes and green beans make it the ultimate one dish meal.
- 2 lb potatoes
- 1 1/2 c chicken broth
- 2 T butter
- salt and pepper to taste
- 1 tsp dried dill
- 1 clove garlic, crushed
- 1 pork tenderloin can use pork loin as well
- 2 T dijon mustard
- 2 slices bacon
- 1 lb fresh green beans
- 1/2 lb sliced provolone cheese or shredded
Set instant pot to saute
Chop bacon and add to pot.
Cook and stir until crispy.
Remove from pan and set aside.
Turn instant pot to manual.
Slice potatoes into 1/4 inch slices and arrange half on bottom of pot. Sprinkle with salt, pepper and half of dill.
Slice tenderloin into 1/2 inch medallions and arrange over top of potatoes. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Dot mustard on top of meat.
Sprinkle garlic over top.
Cut green beans into one inch pieces and sprinkle over meat.
Arrange remaining potatoes over top and sprinkle with salt, pepper and remaining dill.
Add butter on top.
Pour chicken broth on top.
Set intant pot on manual for 2 minutes. Use the natural release for 5 minutes and then open.
Place provolone cheese on top and set lid back on for 5 minutes.
Remove lid. Sprinkle with bacon bits and serve.
If you'd rather make this in the oven, saute bacon, pour drippings into casserole dish, arrange other ingredients as shown. Bake at 375 for 35-40 minutes.
I can’t wait to hear how you like this recipe. It’s one of my favorites!
What to do with leftover pork tenderloin
If you have some leftover pork tenderloin, pork roast, pork loin or pork chops even, you could make this recipe without the meat and add your leftover meat into it after so it doesn’t get overdone.
Leftover pork is a great resource because it’s so versatile. Check out how I cook one pork roast and make it into 5 meals. So good.
You could also use leftover pork tenderloin by cubing it up and making it into tacos or topping a yummy baked potato with it. It would be awesome in breakfast hash too. There are unlimited possibilities with pork tenderloin because it has so much flavor and it’s so tender.
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