Prep 15 mins
Cook 40 mins
Every once in a while I just get one right. Right ingredients, right combination, right motivation. This is an amazing pork recipe that was inspired by a disturbingly simple Colonial Goose recipe I am fond of. I served with a green salad and some brown rice.
- 3 lbs pork tenderloin (boneless)
- 1 apple
- 1⁄2 medium onion
- 1 tablespoon garlic (crushed)
- Worcestershire sauce
- black pepper
- Cut a "pocket": lengthwise in the pork with a fillet knife. Widen from the inside so that the hole is no more than two inches long, taking care not to puncture the bottom or sides.
- Rub garlic on inside, then fill cavity with Worcestershire. Stand upright and allow to "marinade" for ~30 minutes.
- Half, then slice apple and onions into about 1/16" slices.
- Reserve liquid marinade and stuff (you will be "shoving" this pork full -- don't think there is too much in there, there is not) with apples and onions.
- Liberally apply pepper to each side and grill for 20 minutes per side at a constant temperature between 375-400 degrees. Watch for flares and move to top rack if necessary to prevent burning.
- Allow to rest for ten minutes before slicing.