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My husband is a picky eater and we both really enjoyed this one. Thanks for submitting it!

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Ky June 12, 2003

My whole family loved it! The pork was very juicy and cooked to perfection!

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Laura Jacobsen June 09, 2003

Thanks for a wonderful recipe. I made the recipe as stated, no additions, subtractions, or substitutions. Since the weather is warm, we cooked the pork on the grill and it was very good. Next time I would like to make it in the oven and really go wild with lots of fresh rosemary!!

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Kathy :-( May 16, 2003

As my husband stated when he ate it: This is a good piece of meat. It was very moist and yummy. My first try with pork tenderloin and it was a success. The onions got kinda old while eating the leftovers though.

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Laura Leigh April 30, 2003

My hubby and I loved it. I made a 2.8 pound tenderloin so I doubled everything but the onion. 35-45min was perfect. I checked it at 35, but waited till it came to 160 degrees. It was so juicy and moist. I made potato wedges with oil and rosemary right along with the pork. Delicious!!!!

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NessaContessa January 28, 2015

Great recipe that I adapted, using 1 T onion powder, 1/2 t garlic powder, fresh herbs and smoked paprika. I ground these into a paste using a mortar and pestle. I was enough to smear over 2 tenderloins. Next time, I will stab the meat with a fork, prior to applying the paste, to get even more flavor into the meat. To my surprise, they needed the full 40 minutes to get to temperature and were moist and slightly pink throughout. DH loved it and so did the cat.

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Nancy W. October 19, 2014

This was amazing and the house smelled great while it was cooking. I used fresh minced onion, one small, and fresh thyme. The rest I had as dried and it turned out great! Kids and adults really enjoyed this and the leftovers were great the next day too.

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MrsSpike34 July 16, 2014

This was delicious, and very juicy. You do need to mince the onions. I chopped mine, and of course they wouldn't stick to the pork. However, I just mounded the "rub" on top and it tasted wonderful.

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Classy Canuck November 28, 2013

Very easy recipe with fantastic taste! A keeper.

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Bjj0524 February 21, 2013

I have made this twice and both times, it was wonderful!! It turned out perfect!! It was tender, juicy and full of flavor!! I am cooking it again right now and the aroma is killing me!!!! Thank you, MizzNezz, We love it!!! A winner winner tenderloin dinner!! :)

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Jen10ike December 12, 2012
Herbed Pork Tenderloin