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An outstanding recipe packed with flavor. I followed Pumpkie and cooked a 1 pound tenderloin at 475 degrees for the time specified. It was perfectly cooked, tender and moist. This was served with brown rice and sauteed green beans. Thanks Marie for a wonderful meal.
I didn't have time to marinate so gave this recipe a try. It was quick to prepare and very tasty. Lined the pan as suggested, Cooked a little longer than 20 min, but that is to your liking. Certainly a do again.
This was my first try making pork tenderloin, and it turned out fantastic! We love garlic and balsamic vinegar, so this was a great choice. I don't know that I will ever be able to bring myself to try any other tenderloin recipe. Thanks!
I followed the recipe as is. It cooked for about 30 minutes (it weighed 2.24 lbs). It was very tender and moist. My favorite part was that it took such little time to prepare and cook. I would make this again.
Absolutely delicious. It was so juicy and flavorful. Will definitely be adding this to my regular dishes.
Excellent! Very easy and flavorful!
easy to prepare with common items. Even my 2 year old ate it up
Easy, quick and tender. Next time I will line the pan with foil for easier cleanup.
This is a very easy recipe. I've never made pork tenderloin before but it was on sale and this recipe didn't require overnight marinating. It came together easily, marinated for as long as it took my oven to heat and was done in 20 minutes. The flavor was excellent and if you line your baking dish with foil like suggested, clean up is a breeze.
I followed instructions as written but had no dried thyme so instead I put on Italian seasoning which had rosemary and thyme in it......cooked at 475 for 25 minutes and it was very good but a little dry.......I didn't use 2 lbs. of tenderloin so that might have been the problem......will try again with a larger tenderloin....all in all the taste was good