Pork tenderloin cooked sous-vide with a cherry and sherry sauce is the dish that Masterchef Spain season 4 won with. The real recipe isn’t out yet, but I’ve tried to reproduce it the best I could from this Andalusian lady contestant. It seemed so divine on TV, looking at the judges eyes rolling up in pleasure, I got jealous and knew I had to try it too. My first version wasn’t quite a success, although the sauce turned out more red than the last version, I believe because the cherries were more ripe or different type of cherry. I do not eat nor cook much red meat, but when I do, I love my meat as tender and juicy as possible. The magic in this dish is the sauce, a pure delight for the tastebuds. Sherry and cherry sounds similar but they are far from being similar in taste, the sherry is…