<p> For this recipe, you can also use Berkshire Pork Tenderloins, and cut them from the thickest three-quarters of the tenderloin's length to yield the 12 roughly equal-size pork medallions called for in the recipe. The remaining tapering "thin end" of each tenderloin can be cut up and used for a stir-fry or similar dish. </p>
We like to serve these kabobs atop of a bed of white beans or French lentils: Pur?e a third of the cooked bean or lentils with some of their cooking liquid and a bit of cream, then fold this mixture back in with the whole beans or lentils. The kabobs are also delicious with saut?ed apple slices.