What can I say.....WOW! This pork tenderloin was absolutely delicious and the sauce really added a wonderful flavor to the meat. The whole family enjoyed it and I'll defintely be cooking this one again. I didn't cook it 3 hours though. After the first hour at 325 degrees, I turned the oven up to 350 and it was done at the end of 2 hours. Thanks for a wonderful recipe!!
Absolutely goegeous, Pork was tender and juicy. I was only cooking 2lbs of pork so I did cut back on the cooking time, but I followed the rest of the ingredients as stated, as I did not want to detract from any of the flavours. What a wonderful aroma it creates in the house, while cooking. I took your advice and served mine over stir fried vegetables. It was delicious and a recipe that will frequent our table regularly. Thanks for sharing gingerbee, big thumbs up from our family.
I tried this over the weekend. Instead of pork tenderloin I used a pork roast but marinated it overnight. The meat was extremely tender....received a lot of compliments on this one......Definitely a keeper !
It is definitely "melt in your mouth." Even my daughter, who eats little meat, had three servings and commented, "Why can't we have food like this more often?" Instead of pork tenderloin, I used a 2 lb. pork loin roast ($7/lb. compared to $2.50/lb.) and baked it in a pan covered with foil at 325F for 3 hours. Since I could not find demi-glace, I used 1 1/2 t. Tone's beef base (available at Sam's Club) and only 1 T. of cornstarch. The aroma and flavor were wonderful. With or without gravy, you can't go wrong with this dish. We will certainly make it again.
Definitely AWESOME!!! I have about 25 guests coming to my house for dinner this weekend and have been experimenting with different recipes. This is IT!!! I used the pineapple juice from a can of sliced pineapple and saved the pineapple for individual servings of the tenderloin placed on top of each pineapple slice and drizzled with the honey,plum gravy. What a presentation and the taste is fabulous!!!
The pork was so tender-it was just falling apart. Everyone went wild for it. My gravy was a little too thick for my taste so I thinned it with a little orange juice. I choppped up the leftover pork with a little barbeque sauce and honey and made great sandwiches the next day.