My #1 way to cook a pork tenderloin or a boneless pork loin because it's ALWAYS moist and tender. It's easy and foolproof! If you like, marinate the roast and rub with any seasonings that please your palate!
So many people have asked me how long to cook tenderloins if they have "more than one" to cook, I wanted to give a simple response. ANSWER: So long as the tenderloins are NOT touching each other, cook 3 or 4 individual tenderloins for the same amount of time as if you were cooking one. Remember, each tenderloin is cooking in its own separate space. EXAMPLE: If cooking three 1-pound tenderloins, cook them only 5-1/5 minutes TOTAL. This makes it a great entree recipe when having a dinner party for 8-12 people, or more.
If you enjoy this pork recipe and cooking method, you might want to try my similar beef cooking method - Recipe #65987.
I am always looking for new and delicious ways to prepare pork chops. These are delicious, easy to put together and use things that are in most people's pantries. A real family pleaser. Serve with rice pilaf and a green vegetable.
Yes, you can make authentic gyros at home --> the texture and flavor of this meat is as good as you get in a good Greek restaurant, without the traditional rotating spit.. but this is just the recipe and technique for making the meat, for I'm assuming you know the drill on making the classic gyro sandwich - stuff the meat in a grilled pita with sliced tomatoes, onions and tzaziki sauce.. Enjoy!
Lip-smackin'-good. Crock-pot-easy. Diner-pleaser. Nice presentation. Is there anything better? NAAAAAAAH. Caroline's note: Lots of people don't use Bay Leaf; however, it adds tremendously to this dish; just don't forget to take it out before serving.
This recipe comes from New Zealand celebrity chef Mike King courtesy of the NZ Pork Industry Board. The marinade is simple to prepare and imparts a wonderful smell and aroma to the pork. As written, this recipe includes my favorite vegetables for kebabs but you should feel free to use your own. Cooking time includes marinading the pork.
This is a GREAT rub for pork chops, lamb chops, steaks, chicken breasts and fish fillets. I've used it twice on pork chops so far and I just loooooooooooooove it! My rub didn't turn out as hot as I expected it to be, but the flavour of all the spices is just wonderful. The amount given will be enough for six portions of meat. You may want to double the amount. It's great for gifts, too!
This is an ancient South African recipe, and as you will notice, was used in the days before refrigeration. Pork loin chops can be hard, and normally I do not like them. This peculiar recipe marinades them into juicy, tangy chops ideal for grilling. You won't be disappointed by the results ...
These are really not at all difficult, and they look so impressive. If you don't have a bbq grill, just broil them in the oven, but be careful not to get them too close to the flame. You don't want to burn these. From Southern Living, March 1986.
I grew up in Cleveland, OH where a popular, local BBQ place (Whitmore's) serves this as a sandwich or a dinner. I moved years ago and have since lived in the South, but nothing comes close to this sandwich. I suppose it's one part nostalgia and one part a "doggone good meal". This is my rendition and I think it comes pretty close since I'm no where near getting any Whitmore's on a regular basis.
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