Pork is wonderful because it picks up the flavour of whatever it's cooked with. Apple cider tenderises the pork and keeps it moist. Organic cider is best. Pork tenderloin with apple cider sauce 1 tbl oil 1 whole pork tenderloin 2 firm cooking apples 2 cups unsweetened apple cider .5 cup sour cream Salt and pepper Heat the oil in a large heavy pan. Salt and pepper the tenderloin then sear over high heat until browned on all sides. Peel the apple and cut into wedges, then scatter around the pork. Add the cider then turn heat to low, cover and simmer for about 30 minutes or until the tenderloin is completely cooked, but not dry. Remove the meat and apples, turn up heat and simmer to reduce juices. Whisk sour cream into pan juices, scraping up any browned bits. Add salt and pepper to taste, bring to a simmer - don't boil or it may curdle - then remove from heat. Slice pork, pour the sauce over the slices, serving remaining sauce on the side.