3 Reviews

I have to give this a good review, not because I loved it, but because all of the people I cooked for absolutely raved about it. I actually did use the vanilla yogurt. The only thing I changed was that I decreased the amount of bbq sauce by 1 tbsp only because I ran out. I didn't really like the sauce, but my husband and friends could not get enough and wanted to pour it on everything. My picture is of just the sauce because I forgot to get one of it poured over the pork before it was devoured by my dinner guests.

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Edesia February 24, 2010

I too used plain yogurt instead of vanilla as it's what I had in the fridge. The sauce turned out very good, nice and tangy and the pork loin was very tender. Thanks for posting!

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Mad-catter December 06, 2007

I was a little weirded out about the vanilla yogurt, so I used regular plain yogurt instead. I followed everything else to the T save I used a couple of teaspoons of honey to replace the sweetness from using the plain yogurt. It sounds like an odd combo, but it's REALLY GOOD! I think I'll have to make that sauce to go over chicken and fish as well. Delicious! Thanks for the great recipe Parsley!

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graniteangel September 01, 2007
Pork Loin With Creamy Dijon Yogurt Sauce