• 2 large potatoes
  • 2 pork tenderloins
  • 1 zucchini
  • 1 green pepper
  • 1 leek
  • 3 carrots
  • 2 ripe tomatoes
  • 3 tsp of tomato sauce
  • Salt
  • Crispy fried onions

One of the most popular recipes in every house, is the meat pie, a delicious combination of meat sauce bolognese type covered by mashed potatoes and melted. Surely you have done on more than one occasion. Today we will prepare a version of this dish that you probably like as much as me. It is a homemade pork tenderloin pie with potatoes recipe that you can do easy.

By using pieces of pork tenderloin and not ground beef, the only difficulty lies in chop meat into small pieces, then mix with sauteed vegetables to encourage children to consumption. In return, instead of mashed potatoes we use cut into very thin slices to be cooked directly in the oven, so the recipe will not take us too long and certainly serve to help all members of the household to eat more vegetables.

See how to cook pork tenderloin pie with potatoes:

1. First of all we must start chopping the pork loin and lightly spiced fry in a pan. Reserve. While the meat is done, chop the vegetables into small pieces and poached in 3 tsp of olive oil, stirring until they get soft.

2. Incorporate the tomato sauce and let simmer 15 minutes, stirring occasionally with vegetables slightly al dente. Then incorporate the meat and mix well.

3. In a greased oven with butter or olive oil pan, put a layer of very thin slices of potato cut with a mandoline or sharp knife. Put the meat and vegetable filling and cover with another layer of potatoes ensuring that they are at the front.

4. Varnishe potatoes with olive oil, garnish with 2 lines of crispy onion and put in the oven where you will cook it at 392°F for about 30 minutes until the potatoes are golden and ready. As a result we get a super crispy golden foot on its surface, giving it a unique flavor.

Tasting pork tenderloin pie with potatoes

As a result this pork tenderloin pie with potatoes goes a long way so you can give them to eat a couple of days. You can store leftovers in the fridge and heated in the microwave when you want to repeat the experience.

If you like another pork pie options here you have a video from Scott Rea: