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They're ideal for the smaller household, or when you want only a small portion of meat in a dish. Left whole, tenderloins can be rubbed with herbs and seasonings and roasted or grilled as a mini-roast. Slice them and pound into medallions to be sauteed. Cut into strips, the meat can be added to vegetables in a stir-fry. The meat can stand in for almost any dish that calls for veal or chicken. And leftovers are great in sandwiches, or diced and made into a salad.
Generally, people think of baby back ribs as a meal they would only order when at a restaurant, but they are so easy to make at home. PORK BACK RIBS, also called baby back ribs, come from the blade and centre section of the loin and are a favourite of the experts because they're meaty and easy to handle. Plan on buying 1/2 kilogram (1pound) per hungry person. This recipe could not be any more simple. Follow the directions below and not only will these ribs be tender but the meat will fall right off the bone.