5 Reviews

Loved all the flavors going on in this marinade. The orange and ginger work great together. I added a little crushed red pepper flakes to give the marinade a little kick. I didn't used the broiled method for cooking, instead I followed the cooking steps in Perfect Pork Tenderloin. The pork tenderloin was perfectly cooked, juicy and tender. Made for ZWT5.

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Crafty Lady 13 June 13, 2009

Very good marinade. I used a pork roast for this as that is what I had on hand. I marinated for about 8 hours and then roasted it. The flavors were very good together. Made for ZWT5.

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Shari2 June 12, 2009

Loved the marinade. . . because there is only two of us, I cut the tenderloin in half (as well as the marinade). Instead of broiling I roasted, just before finished basted it with Iron Chef's Orange-Ginger Sauce. YUMMY! Made for ZWT5 Family Picks.

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Galley Wench June 11, 2009

This was very good! I marinated for 4 hours and baked at 425 until 160 degrees on a probe thermo. We served with fried rice. Thanks for sharing! Made for the Rowdies ZWT 5.

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Slim PA June 10, 2009

I substituted the tenderloins for little pork loin cutlets. I figured this recipe to be a good all-purpose marinade and it didn't dissappoint. It had some family members looking for more. Made for ZWT5 Zingo.

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gailanng June 07, 2009
Orange-Ginger Broiled Pork Tenderloin