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This does taste like the pre-marinated pork tenderloins form stores, I think a little better though. My pork was also very tender and shredded easily. I will be making this again for sure. Thanks for sharing.

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kaec April 14, 2008

This is delicious. I followed the directions exactly and it came out perfect. Tastes just like the expensive pre-marinaded pork tenderloin in the store. Thanks for sharing!

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cookingmother February 16, 2008

This was absolutely terrific. I think the "secret" is to maranade the tenderloins for quite a while. I let mine sit in the marinade for 4 days. By the time I cooked them they were saturated with flavour. I cooked mine for about 20 min at a medium heat and they were just perfect. Sure glad you posted this Chippie.

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Tebo September 02, 2007

This is the best EVER marinade for pork tenderloin. Served it at a big family BBQ and everyone loved it!!!

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kymmgraham August 03, 2007

Very good! I marinated the pork loins for 48 hours. Also, since its cold out, I didn't grill it. I simply put it in the oven at 375 and grilled it for 55 mins (until the thermometer read 150). Its great hot and/or cold.

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Cristina Barry October 25, 2006

This was VERY good. The cinnamon added I nice surprise.

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Lightly Toasted September 07, 2006

This is very good. The tenderloin was charred on the outside and juicy and pink inside. It was done in 20 minutes. I used ginger in the marinade instead of cinnamon. I reserved the marinade, added a bit of cornstarch, heated it till thickened then served it in ramekins as a dipping sauce. Definitely a keeper. Thanks!

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sadielady August 09, 2006

This was very good, the pork turned out moist and tender on the inside with a beautiful brown crust on the outside. I had a huge tenderloin (nearly 6 lbs) and tripled the recipe without a hitch. I did divide the tenderloin in half in two seperate baggies. Excellent!

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CASunshine May 25, 2006

This marinade for pork is just fantastic and we only had enough time to marinade for 30 minutes. Just imagine what the flavor well be after 48 hours. I can't wait to try this again and marinade our tenderloins for the full 48 hours. This is a real keeper that I'll be sharing with my friends! Oh yes, I'll even share this one with our butcher in town.

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Charlotte J May 24, 2006

Fantastic!!! I marinaded a boston butt for 72 hours and baked it in the oven at 350* for 2 hours...the gravy is awesome. Wow! Thank you for a really perfect marinade.

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Deely April 17, 2006
Awesome Marinade for Pork Tenderloin