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You were right! So fast, easy and delicious! Love the convenience!
Perfect! And thank you!
This is zee best Pork Tenderloin I have ever made! It comes out perfect and juicy, as long as you have the will-power to resist opening up your oven. This is the only way I have cooked my Pork Tenderloins since I first tried this recipe, about 2 years ago.
Never, ever has a recipe been such an instant hit with everyone in my family. We do this once a month with a big pork loin from Costco. See my website for my photos! http://mealsmaven.weebly.com/pork/roast-pork-tenderloin-aka-dinosaur-tongue
Tried and true x 2!
Big hit and this will be a good go-to recipe for when I'm having company. So simple and flexible! I'd really recommend that people use a probe thermometer, though. They're cheap enough and you'll save a lot of wasted under- and over-cooked meat. My tenderloins were done in 35 min! I guess my oven is a monster.
Not much to add to everyone else's comments. In my opinion this isn't a "recipe" per se, it's half a recipe, namely instructions on how to cook a cut of meat. But apparently we need that! I used an awesome leftover rub I had from texas style brisket, which gave a somewhat unusual barbecue flavor to the dish, but the meat itself was fantastic.<br/><br/>Note: I have to say that the author's contention that pork doesn't need to be cooked to the USDA recommended 160 as botulism is killed at 138 is interesting but irrelevant. The concern with pork is trichinosis, not botulism. However, a USDA table in the wiki entry for trichinosis does seem to indicate that 145 is safe, especially with a longer cooking time.
Wonderful. I made a gravy out out the pan drippings, jar of pork gravy & unsweetened applesauce. Had baked sweet potato & fresh green beans. Felt like I was eating in a 5 Star restaurant. Excellent.
I Cooked My Pork Roast as Directed Withe My Own Spices and it Came out so Moist. It Was Awesome! I did not have any potatoes or vegies in the pan though. It is a recipe I will use all the time for pork roast. I wonder if u can use this recipes with other types of roasts?<br/>.