Wow we thought this was great! I was worried about how sweet it might be but it turned out wonderful, me and my husband really enjoyed this, its quick, easy, and a definite do again! We had it with whipped potatoes and mixed beans, my husbands only complaint is that there wasn't more.
Awesome! Every bite was like pure heaven for me and the chops were so moist and tender. What a yummy glaze it made too! I made mashed potatoes to have with it and some sugar snap peas on the side. My kids chowed down on theirs and ate their chops right up! Thanks!
What a great way to cook pork! We all loved the spice mix and combined with the other ingredients it was a sure fire winner for us! Kudos for a great 5 star recipe Lauralie! Thank you!
Just another 5-star review. This was a delicous way to cook pork tenderloin! Loved the seasoning and the slight sweetness imparted by the maple syrup. Scaled this down to half as it's just DH and me.
Delicious! We loved the way the maple syrup complimented the spices on the tenderloin. This dish goes together so quickly and easily and has so much flavor. I used 1-1/2 lbs tenderloin (6 pieces) and doubled the spices and the syrup. My family loved this and gave it 2-thumbs up. Thank you for sharing. *Made for ZWT4*
Wonderful! This was so easy to make, and so delicious -- the herbs/spices and maple just complimented the pork without taking over completely. The whole thing took no more than 15 minutes to make. The pork ended up being quite tender, which was terrific (I've had a hard time finding ways to keep pork from being tough and dry.) This is a keeper! Thanks for posting it.
Great flavor. I used a tenderloin cut into 4 pieces. Shaking the seasonings in a bag tho coated the heck out of the first couple and then not enough on the last two. Will do something different next time. Real nice change. Thanks for the recipe!
This is a very quick, easy, and delicious recipe. PERFECT for a week night meal. The seasoning was delicious. I added the syrup when the pork was medium rare (still pink in the center) and removed the glazed pork from the pan and wrapped in foil to keep warm in a 250 oven while I deglazed the pan with some water. I let it reduce for a while, and then served this "jus" over the pork slices. YUM!
Oh my gosh girl, thanks to peacefulnightdove I had to give this a try and OH man I will Not ever eat pork differently now. Our sons told me right off the bat how good it was.. I did the seasoning's x 3 but I would do it x 2 for a 3 pound roast which I used but next time I am getting a bigger one and will keep the seasoning's like I used them..I also cooked it longer almost 3 hours.. Lauralie this is the best tasting pork roast I ever Had in MY life girl.. I would give this more than 5 stars seriously and would recommend this to everyone.. I made greenbeans with bacon, onion and garlic salt and rolls and mashed potatoes to round it out and seriously this is one of those meals that make you go mmmm good..Thanks for sharing another hit for our family. :)
This was GREAT!! It was SO fast & easy to make, and the flavor was incredible!! I highly recommend it! It would be a good company dish! Thank you so much, Lauralie!! Even my little boy said, "Give it 5 stars, mom!!" :)