This roast has great flavor. It was so tender and juicy. Will make this again. Thanks for posting.
What a delicious pork loin. We are always looking for new and different recipes for pork loin because we can get it at such a good price. This recipe was intriguing and simple. We let it marinade for about 5 hours and then slowly cooked it on the grill. The result was amazing. Tender, juicy and oh so flavorful! Perfect on a hot summer day with potato salad and some watermellon. Thanks for sharing!!
This recipe is awesome. My family just loves it. As a little tweak I like to stuff it with the bacon filling from the recipe Grilled Pork Loin with Bacon. I slow cooked mine on my gas grill on the rotissery. I also left out the sesame oil in the glaze. My sister said it tasted like burnt popcorn. So it's really good with out it.
Awesome, easy, flavorful, my 8 yr old and 3 yr old both ate it......what more is there to say? I only had 3 hours to marinate yet it was still delicious. Will be making all summer! Thanks for sharing.
This was so good! I've never cooked a pork loin, let alone grill one. This couldn't have been easier. It came out very moist and tender...not dried out at all. I did use low sodium soy sauce to cut down on the salt a bit. Even after butterflying, it took about an hour on my gas grill, cooking with low heat, covered (it was a large pork loin). I brushed the glaze on about 15 minutes before it was done, turning a couple of times, so the sugar wouldn't burn. Thanks for the great recipe that I'll definitely use again!
Really good and tender. I used this in my OAMC last month and it turned out perfect.
This is really good! My husband loved it but I wasn't that enthusiastic about it. It was definitely nice & moist but I was expecting the honey to be the dominant flavour but it was the soya sauce.
Fantastic, My guest loved it! This will become a favorite for pork loin! I used fresh ginger root, which really gave it a full flavor, the sesame oil was a great combination. iThanks
Made for Fav's of 2009 tag. This seemed a little too salty for us, although we did use Bragg's. The meat did come out very moist though. We did this in the oven. It was good, but we have other, more fav. ways of making ork tenderloin. Thanks.