You are here: Home » Recipes » Pork Medallions smothered in Green Chile and Black Olive Sauce Pork Medallions smothered in Green Chile and Black Olive Sauce Recipe by Relish Contributor Yield 4 servings Prep 20 minutes Cook 45 minutes PrintEmail Ingredients 1 1/2 pounds Pork center cut loin filet1 cup Flour1 teaspoon Garlic salt1 teaspoon Black ground pepper3/4 cup Orange or yellow bell pepper, coarsely chopped3/4 cup White onion, coarsely chopped6 oz. cans Black olives, drained and coarsely chopped1 1/2 cups *Frozen mild green chilies (roasted, peeled and chopped before being frozen), thawed, but not drained3/4 cup Sour cream Instructions Slice pork loin into 1-inch slices and flatten to 1/4-inch slices using a meat mallet. Combine flour, garlic salt and pepper on a dish and dredge flattened loin slices in the seasoned flour. Discard any remaining flour. In a 12″ skillet, heat the olive oil over medium-high heat and add all of the loin slices to the skillet at the same time. Brown loin slices 5 minutes per side, reducing heat if necessary to prevent splattering the hot oil and over browning the meat. Remove the browned medallions to a plate and keep warm while preparing the sauce. To the remaining hot oil in the skillet, add the chopped bell pepper, onion, and black olives and saute’ over medium-low heat for 10 minutes, or until tender. Add the *thawed green chilies, including the liquid, to the sauteed vegetables. Stir to combine the ingredients. When combined, place the pork medallions on top of the vegetables. Cover skillet with lid and simmer over medium-low/low heat for 25 minutes. Remove pork medallions to heated plate. Stir sour cream into the vegetables and heat over low until all ingredients are combined and heated through. Smother medallions with the sauce. Delicious served with potato and cheese pierogies**, rice, or buttered noodles and garnished with fresh sliced tomatoes and avocados. * Frozen (roasted, peeled and chopped) mild green chiles can be found in the freezer section at most grocery stores. **Premade, frozen pierogies can be found in the freezer section at most grocery stores.