Wonderful recipe! I used 1 tbsp dried onion flakes marinated about 5 hours. I cut my potatoes in chunks and rolled them in the marinade and baked in all for 35 minutes. It came out perfect and you have sould tste those potatoes!!!Thank you MissNezz; My husband loved it.
I made this dish for dinner tonight, and followed the directions to the T. And while I agree that it did smell very good while it was baking, the meat came out dry. The flavor was alright, but pork tenderloin is an expensive piece of meat to spoil on this recipe. It ALWAYS comes out nice and tender when it's just briefly cooked, and 45 min. at 400 degrees was way too long! Out of the eight of us who ate it, we voted not to make it again.
Oh my goodness, a wonderful dish! Perfectly flavoured - not too bold, but not even remotely bland. I think I didn't mince my onions quite enough, and though I was skeptical about a whole 1.5c of onions, it was perfect. In my oven, it took less than 45 minutes, but I was amazed at how juicy and tender it was! I served it on raw sliced Granny Smith apple and it complemented very nicely in a bite. I look forward to making this several times, and wowing guests! Thank you for posting this!
This came out perfect. We loved it. The house did smell incredible. I added potato wedges as recommended by another reviewer. Delicious!! I will definitely be making this again. Thanks!!
Good recipe, our pork turned out a tad dry. We liked the herbs and onions. Thanks for posting.
Very delicious, just watch the time. Use a thermometer and don't overcook. Mine only took about 30 minutes. I think next time I might use a bit of onion powder instead of the fresh onions, only because they burned a bit, and looked unsightly. It tasted amazing though!
More than 5* if I could! This was wonderful and smelled so good while it was cooking. I only used about 3/4 cup of minced onions and it was perfect. I've only ever cooked tenderloins in the crock pot so this was a welcomed change. We had parmesan roasted potatoes and asparagus to round out our meal. Thanks so much for posting!
I served this with roasted yukon gold potatoes and green beans with fresh shallots and herbs. While the roast cooled, I made a gravy with the pan drippings. I made a 2.25 lbs. roast and added about 2 cups of beef stock to the pan drippings for the gravy.
This was easy and delicious. I omitted the onions and added a little more garlic. Unfortunately, I have a cold so I couldn't smell it baking it the oven :(. The meat was juicy and tender. Thanks so much for posting!
This was wonderful. My first tenderloin, I was surprised by how easy it is. My husband likes BBQ so I made potato salad, baked beans, and BBQ sauce. He loves it.