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Easy Pork Scaloppine with Mushrooms

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This Easy Pork Scaloppine is a speedy weeknight dinner that’s absolutely delicious over buttered egg noodles! A family-friendly recipe!

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Easy Pork Scaloppine

My family loves pork. When my youngest, Nick, was little, pork chops were almost always requested for his birthday dinner.  In about first grade, he drew a ham on his favorite things collage for Thanksgiving.  Yup, he is his father’s son, a junior carnivore. One of my longtime foodie friends and former caterer, Kaye, directed me to this Martha Stewart recipe for easy pork scaloppine years ago. Quick and delicious, it makes our meal rotation a couple of times a year.

Easy Pork Scaloppine on a white plate with green beans
How to Make Pork Scaloppine

Medallions of pork tenderloin are sautéd in butter, then combined with mushrooms and celery in a simple cream sauce. Served over buttery noodles, dinner is ready in a flash. Summer through winter, we utilize our charcoal grill for as many Sunday night meals as possible. But this winter brought us more inclement weather than usual. A couple of Sundays ago, Bill and our oldest, Tom, were returning from a visit to my in-laws and I had defrosted some pork tenderloin to grill.

The weather just didn’t cooperate so I made a quick run to the market for mushrooms and dinner plans were made. Easy pork scaloppine was our new entree.

You loyal readers know the picky palate and fungus phobia of the hubby, so I had a small helping of the pork heaped with almost every single mushroom. No complaints from either of us. And Tom will basically eat anything that’s free and he doesn’t have to cook himself. Whew.

Overhead view of Pork Scaloppine over egg noodles on a white dinner plate

Easy Pork Scaloppine

An easy pork recipe that's ready in 30 minutes!

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Yield 6 servings


  • Adapted from Martha Stewart
  • 2 pork tenderloins (trimmed and cut into 3/4-1 inch slices)
  • 4 tablespoons butter (divided)
  • 8 ounces sliced mushrooms
  • 2 stalks celery (cut into 1/8 inch slices)
  • 1 cup chicken broth
  • 1/3 cup heavy cream
  • Kosher salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • Parsley (chopped, for optional garnish)
  • Egg noodles (for serving)


  1. Pound meat slices to 1/3 inch thickness with a meat mallet (place in a ziplock bag or cover with plastic wrap to avoid splatters. Season both sides of meat with salt and pepper.)
  2. In a large skillet, melt one tablespoon of butter. Saute about half the meat, till browned on each side. Remove to plate while you cook the other half, using another tablespoon of butter. Remove remaining pork to plate.
  3. Add 2 more tablespoons of butter to the pan and add mushrooms and celery. Season with salt and pepper and saute till mushrooms are lightly browned. Add chicken broth and cook till the liquid reduces about 5 minutes. Add cream and heat till warm. Add parsley if using and adjust seasonings if necessary. Return meat to pan and gently toss to coat pork with cream sauce.

Nutrition Information:



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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 207Total Fat: 14gSaturated Fat: 8gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 64mgSodium: 345mgCarbohydrates: 10gFiber: 1gSugar: 2gProtein: 10g


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46 comments on “Easy Pork Scaloppine with Mushrooms”

  1. You can throw me a coule of these savory bones!! We have never shied away from pork and have it at least once a week. Those mushrooms would be devoured also. Bookmarking this one.

  2. I love love love pork and love love love this dish!

  3. I have also loved pork as a child. Your scaloppine look gorgeous!

  4. And I’m not a huge pork fan, but this looks amazing!!!

  5. I too like pork Lizzy but you know other half does not so I have it outside and no cooking it at home.

    Its nice you have served it with noodles, the meat looks really tender.

  6. We love pork at this house – these look great! I love mushrooms, but I am the only one in my house. That is ok though, more for me 🙂

  7. Lizzy, we must be on the same wavelength… I made a pork dish very similar to this on Sunday and I’m posting it soon. My family likes pork too and I got a great bunch of pork medallions on sale. You know I’m all about the sale! 🙂 This looks extra yummy and I love the mushrooms!

  8. This dish is better that what a restaurants gives.

  9. I am pretty much game for anything pork pretty often myself since I have found some wonderful ways to prepare it. Your plating does make me wish I was at your house for dinner. Thanks for the recipe-definitely saved this one-yum!

  10. pork tenderloins with mushroom.. sounds good.. i am going to try it out..

  11. i want to try that

  12. Mmm this looks delicious! We ate a ton of pork growing up. I haven’t had any lately but now I’m craving it!

  13. You know you have a winner when the family can look past the fungus, huh. I have a couple of pork fiends in the house as well so I think this would be a winner here. I may just give it a go this week. Many thanks for sharing!

  14. pork + mushrooms = great combo

  15. Mmm, looks fabulous! I love broad egg noodles, so the presentation is perfect to rope me in 🙂 Great flavors!

  16. A fabulous recipe!

  17. You got your pork so thin!~ It looks wonderful and I love mushrooms with pork. THey balance each other out so well

  18. Lizzy this looks so delicious, I am a huge mushroom lover! Beautiful presentation.

  19. I have to admit that I’m not a huge fan of pork but mushrooms do make a great pairing. This looks so good too. I think I need to give it a try. Looks fabulous, my friend!

  20. Nick certainly didn’t hide his love for pork. I love bacon and muchroom, not sure if I have tried pork and mushroom. Should be delicious too I am sure

  21. Another amazing dish! I love Martha Stewart. All of her stuff I’ve made hasn’t dissappointed! 🙂

  22. I’m really hungry NOW!!! have a nice day, hugs Flavia

  23. We are pork lovers too! Bookmarked! 🙂

  24. The pork tenderloin cut is a favorite of mine too and so versatile. Must be delish with mushrooms!

  25. Definitely a must try! My daughters will surely get head over heels in love with this delicious pork dish, Lizzy!

  26. It’s just not fair that your savory dishes look just as wonderful as the sweet ones–you can do it all! This would make a delicious, easy supper.

  27. I love any sauce with mushrooms, looks great!
    Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

  28. I love chicken scaloppine, so your pork version looks really delicious and I need more pork recipes in my repertoire!

  29. Funny I just made a pork tenderloin last night for dinner! This would be a huge hit in my house, yummmm

  30. Yum! I love pork and this looks delicious! I’ll be making this one soon. Thanks.

  31. I diffinitely see this in our future, delish !

  32. Pork and mushrooms…I just finished dinner, but my stomach to craving some of this dish. Yum!

  33. Beautiful meal…my family does enjoy pork on occasion and this would be a lovely excuse 🙂

  34. What a great meal! I love pork too. This looks like a winning dish my hubby would love.

  35. Pork anything is my favorite…and mushrooms too.

  36. Keep delivering mushrooms all cream-cooked and they’ll stop pushing it to the side of the plate. My daughter, a confirmed mushroom-hater, changed her tune in high school. This is a delightful dish – I’ve never done it with pork and now I will.

  37. “just pushed to the side of the plate” – that made me laugh 🙂 I love a good bit of braised fungus myself, but for pork that appetizing I might save room by picking the shrooms off myself 😉

  38. This pork dish looks really tasty! I’ve made a chicken version but never pork. I’ll have to try it soon!

  39. I make veal scaloppine, but have never tried it with pork. A must try!

  40. Looks good. Except for the celery. 😛

  41. Dear Lizzy personally I love cranberries and these look beautiful!! love this recipe dear Lizzy, have a nice day:!

  42. We love pork, too. You know that pork is the “other white meat.” I’m bookmarking this recipe. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  43. This sounds so good! And my family loves pork, it’s my son’s favorite too!!

  44. I’m not a huge pork fan, but lean pork and bacon is always on top of my list. Pork scallopine is an old fashioned gourmet dish that never goes out of style, and you have just made a “huge come back” on the traditional pork scallopine; my dear friend, Lizzy!

  45. yessss, this looks like the perfect comfort meal to have on a dreary day like this! sounds lovely!

  46. I’m a natural born carnivore too. I never have any issues with meat and would eat only meat if I could get away with it nutritionally. Maybe a few mushrooms on top and a side of mashed potato would round it out.

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