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This was my first attempt at cooking pork tenderloin. I'm sure glad I chose your recipe. It was very easy to make and turned out perfect. I made it as directed and marinated it overnight. Definitely a keeper! Thanks for sharing.
Loved it! I cooked it for about 55 minutes and it still retained its tenderness and didn't dry out at all. I used garlic powder instead of a garlic clove. If you're sensitive to salt, this could be a bit much. I've looked for a pork tenderloin recipe forever and must say, after tasting this, I'm overjoyed!!
family enjoyed this. i had a 1.75 lb pork loin so i doubled the seasoning. followed everything else to the T. family enjoyed it although they thought the gravy was a little salty. next time i'll just add a little more water. will make again. thanks!
From: Don Q On May 17, 2010 Tried the pork last night. It was very tender but very salty. Much less salt next time and only 40 minutes in the oven, maybe less. A keeper of a meal.
The pork was so tender and amazing. I will be cooking my pork tenderloins this way from now on. However I found the marinade a little salty, next time, I'll use less salt. Thank you!
I did not have time for marinating so! what I did is that I prepared the recipe as is and I cooked it in the pressure cooker, with the addition of vegetable and chicken broth. After 25 minutes, I add some little round patatoes and cooked for 7 minutes more. And guess what ? it was very very good and the potatoes had absorb all the flavors. Of course the cooking time will vary if your terderloin is bigger or smaller than mine.
We love this! Simple and tasty!
Thank you for a great recipe!!! ...I made as posted with no changes ...It turned out very Easy , Moist and veryTasty, It just doesn't get any better...
This was a very nice pork tenderloin recipe. It was very flavorful. It also turned out so moist and tender. Thanks for the lovely recipe.
Quick, easy, wonderful tender tasting. Served with stuffed potatoes and garlic mushrooms - fantastic!