I’m like any other working parent with kids returning to school soon. I have limited time and patience to get dinner on the table! I also don’t want arguments at meal time. My feeling on meal time is that the less drama, the better. Kids aren’t going to eat food they don’t like. Plain and simple.
I recently made a quick, one-pan meal of pork tenderloin and red potatoes. While the oven heated up, I sliced potatoes into rounds and seasoned them with seasoned salt and oregano. Did you know seasoned salt has half the sodium of table salt? 390 mg VS 580 mg in 1 tsp. I only used a sprinkle anyway. I also added oregano, which gave the potatoes a nice earthy flavor.
I used Smithfield marinated fresh pork for the dish. I love this product because it’s simple, healthy and delicious. I am a rep for Smithfield and stand by their products. They come in 3 varieties and can be found at Walmart. I used cracked pepper and garlic for this dish but garlic and herb or Golden rotisserie are also tasty. It has a nice, spicy flavor without being overly seasoned. Pair the dish with a tossed green salad or other green vegetable, and POOF! Dinner is done. Below is the recipe. #sponsored #rep #client
1-1 1/2 lbs Smithfield marinated fresh pork (use flavor of choice)
8 medium red potatoes, cleaned and scrubbed of dirt and sliced into 1/2″ rounds
Preheat oven to 400 degrees
Spray a large baking pan with non-stick spray
Remove pork from plastic wrap and place on baking pan
Place potatoes on baking sheet and spray with non-stick spray.
Sprinkle seasoned salt and oregano over potatoes.
Bake on 400 degrees for ~40-45 minutes until pork is no longer pink.
Serve with salad or other veggies.