6 Reviews

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!!

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Dreamgoddess July 14, 2002

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.

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The Flying Chef December 19, 2007

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 !

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cfletcher February 07, 2005

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.

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Peprich May 02, 2004

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!!!

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Junk Food Jo Jo December 10, 2003

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.

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Squeaky104 November 16, 2003
Melt in Your Mouth Pork Tenderloin