28 Reviews

People, this is exceptional!! The flavor is so magnificent you MUST try this. I did not change anything. I had five Iowa Pork Chops that I marinated overnight. I can only imagine what the flavor would be like after 2 days in the marinade!!! Rodger did not say how much cayenne pepper to use so I added ½ teaspoon. Rodger thank you for sharing this, it has become a family favorite!!! I keep my gingerroot in the freezer I think it grates easier.

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Charlotte J July 14, 2002

This was just excellent. I was able to marinate mine for 2 days and it was melt in your mouth juicy and oh so flavorful. The wind was blowing too hard to grill so I baked mine for 40 minutes at 350 and broiled it for 5 minutes longer to brown well. Excellent. Thanks for sharing. :)

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~Nimz~ April 26, 2009

So tender and juicy! I was only able to marinate it for about four hours and it was amazing. I can only imagine how much better it would be after 24 hours. The kids gobbled it up and went for seconds and thirds! This is definitely a keeper - thank you Rodger!

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Chef MrsRev August 11, 2012

This was excellant Rodger...thank you so much for sharing this great recipe. I let the tenderloin marinade in the fridge for three days. Then I barbequed it, turning the tenderloin every 5 minutes for 30 minutes. The crusty pork was so flavourful, tender and moist.

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Baby Kato July 23, 2005

delicious! I doubled the garlic and added some tobasco and let it marinate for 2 days. Grilled it on medium high for 20 minutes and it was perfect. next time I will try Orange Juice instead of Lime juice. Great marindate.

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skinny marie April 11, 2005

this was so good even my daughter loved this and she not much of a meat eater. i minused the ginger(not a ginger fan). this was so tender it melted in your mouth. i'll be make this again for sure. thanks

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emily9 May 05, 2003

Nice flavour but didn't think the garlic flavour was the dominant one.

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Debbb April 20, 2013

I used ground ginger (not sure the difference between it & fresh) only marinated for 3 hours. Added com wercestershire sauce too. Turned out excellent. Used the same marinade for grilled venison loin. Fantabulous.

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thefrew December 16, 2012

WOW.... very very good, worth the waiting time.

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dramatic plum-pudding May 13, 2010

This is just about one of the best marinades I have had for pork tenderloin!!! Excellent!! I did leave out the cayenne as a personal preference Kudos on the find!!

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Abby Girl August 13, 2009
Grilled Garlic Pork Tenderloin