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The meat was dry even though I followed the instructions exactly.

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cuppycakes January 19, 2015

Easy, good, and you can customize seasonings to fit occasion. Try salt, pepper, and bacon wrap! I fix roast beef with the similar method.

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mrsoul51 December 20, 2014

Turned out great so moist and nice.

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adopt a greyhound December 17, 2014

I have tried this recipe two separate times in the last month. Once with a 3 pound loin and tonight with a 5 pound loin. In both situations, I season the loins with a baby back rib like rub that is brown sugar-based. Follow the directions exactly as it says and you should have some great success as I have back-to-back times. Personally, it seems very strange to have the oven on at such a high temperature for a short amount of time then completely turning the power off and letting the roast do it's magic over the next 45 minutes or so. Just like the instructions say, when you pull it out, for oil it for 10 minutes or so and began to slice into the meat, you'll find this to be a strange yet exceptional recipe. Good luck this one's awesome!

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indymike11803408149 November 25, 2014

This recipe is the best. People don't believe it (I didn't either) until they try it. So simple and comes out perfect every time .

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susanglewis_8668949 November 10, 2014

This really works! I've done about five of these and they always come out perfect. I hate overcooked pork so I was very excited about a high temp long - soak time recipe. Our loin is usually 1.2 pounds so 7 minutes at 500 degrees F. works for me. The only thing is I have to pull the circuit breaker to prevent the oven's auto cool feature. I give it one hour soak time in the oven.

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jimwestwww October 03, 2014

I made this last night. I had a 1.45 pound tenderloin. I was a little hesitant on this method, but I took the plunge. Got the oven to 500, and cooked the pork for 8 minutes. Turned off the oven, and set my timer for 1 hour. Took it out and let it rest for 10 minutes. OMG this was so good. It turned out perfect, juicy and moist. I will never, ever cook a pork tenderloin any other way. The only thing I would do different is to make my own rub. I used Grill Mates Pork Rub and to me it was a little bit too spicy. Thanks Beach Girl for a wonderful recipe

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gailfesnak_11932526 September 30, 2014

Great recipe! However, steps 7 and 8 in the instructions are out of order?

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Hugh R. September 10, 2014

The last 3 times I have made pork tenderloin, I have used this method to cook it. <br/><br/>Rarely do I find something so easy to do, result in such fabulous results!l <br/><br/>This is my ONLY cooking method for pork tenderloin now! <br/><br/>Thank you BeachGirl!

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ShaMead August 19, 2014

You were right! So fast, easy and delicious! Love the convenience!

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pjshe July 26, 2014
Perfect Pork Tenderloin