Great tasting turkey! My DH even enjoyed the flavor of this turkey tenderloin! I rubbed the salt, pepper, and honey mustard on both sides of the turkey then sprinkled the rosemary and oregano only on one side. Baked with a cover on the dish for 35 minutes and it still wasnt fork tender so I uncovered and baked for another 15 minutes. Perfect for us and browned nicely, the kitchen smelled so good. This would be nice for a small turkey or turkey breast too. Made and reviewed for Kittencal's
Cooking with Herbs and Spices Tag-September ROSEMARY.
Tasty. I didn't have lemon yeast so I used a lemon infused spice (Garlic Garni w/lemon). This spice gave it the kick it needed. The timing is perfect, I mixed the mustard with the herbs altogether and put it on like a paste after I salt & peppered the pieces. Will make it again.
Trying this recipe for the first time. I will let u know how it goes over on the family.
Loved this recipe. The meat stayed moist and it was a bit crusty. The tenderloins I bought weighed one and a quarter pounds, and consisted of two pieces. So the larger piece was done in about 30-35 min. and the smaller piece took about 25 min. I was using a convection oven. I used regular brown spicy mustard and added two teaspoons of honey. I only used the rosemary not oregano. Did not use lemon zest. The best tip I can give is to make this on a foil lined pan coated lightly with cooking spray or oil. I always use this method and in this case the foil was really quite blackened with the mustard on it burning. The turkey, however, came out perfectly.
Didn't have rosemary, so I used a tsp of dill and only a tsp of oregano. Was very tasty, but it wasn't "crusty", which I think would have added to the texture of the meat. Very easy to make and I will definitely make it again.
Followed directions to a tee but the organo was overwhelming. Next time I would either omit the oregano or at least, cut way back on it. It cooked perfectly, but did not care for the flavor it imparted.
Made this tonight and both my husband and I loved it. It will be going on our favorite recipe list. I made it with cranberry chutney and I couldn't believe my gravy loving husband absolutely loved it.
Made this for a Christmas party last night and it was a big hit. First thing gone!! Easy to prepare. Jenni-o's has 2 loins per pkg. I used 2 pkgs and doubled the recipe. Made some turkey gravy and put on the side.
I opened my saved recipes today to once again make this herb crusted turkey tenderloin, and then realized I hadn't even written a review yet. My husband has been begging me to make this ever since I made it a couple of weeks ago. It is so simple, and foolproof. I would recommend this for the newly wed having her in-laws over to the new house. Real home cooking, but looks pretty on the plate, and they just might think you thought they were "special". I am going to try and get a photo posted tonight if I my husband will give me enough time to stage a pretty plate. Thanks for the recipe! JoAnne