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I subbed some reg. yellow mustard that I added some horseradish since I was short on Dijon. I was worrie4d it smelled too "mustardy" and I added more chili powder. Well, this grilled up perfectly and not too "mustardy" tasting at all. The leftovers were the real standout, since my pork was still so moist that I could easily shred it with my fingers. Thanks MizzNezz, for posting. Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado September 26, 2008

This is a great, easy tenderloin recipe! I followed Nezz's instructions exactly except that I let it marinate for 8, instead of 4, hours. It was fine and allowed us to get dinner ready early in the day so we could 'play' all day! Nice recipe MizzNezz, thanks!

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Hey Jude June 15, 2003

I followed the recipe exactly as written. It is absolutely delish!

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Michelle Wetherell January 16, 2015

This tenderloin was fabulous! I added about 1/8 teaspoon cayenne and about 1 teaspoon Sriracha Hot Chili sauce (found in Asian condiments) to the reserve sauce, which was a nice moderate burn. We like it spicy! Thanks for this great recipe!

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kasprzaks August 08, 2011

Always a hit when served to my guests..easy and delish how can a cook go wrong with such a great recipe,,,,,Thanx for sharing

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regina rose July 16, 2011

Loved this recipe...I used Brownwoods Farms Kreame Mustard instead of dijon and it turned out fabulous...

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CIndytc June 29, 2010

Yummy and different, with the dipping sauce. I used it to drizzle over the finished pork once I took it up from the grill. Served to company and everyone enjoyed this moist and flavorful dish.

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katie b. July 23, 2009

Great recipe. It's too cold to go out and grill here, so I pan seared this for 4 minutes on each side and then put it in the oven at 350 for about 45 minutes. It smelled awful raw (I hate mustard), but oh did it ever taste good when it was done. This one is a keeper!

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redneck naturalist December 02, 2008

I cooked this tonight and am impressed! It was very moist and tender and had excellent flavor. I served it with grilled Zucchini and Summer Squash (Marinated and Grilled Zucchini and Summer Squash). This is a keeper. Thanks for posting it!

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Okitsme July 11, 2008

We made this on our grill tonight and the whole family loved it. We served it with baked beans and grilled corn on the cob and it was the perfect meal for a summer evening. Thanks!

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Betsmonster June 14, 2008
Grilled Pork Tenderloin