Wow! That is seriously the most tender and moist pork I have ever made. My gravy didn't turn out too well, but we dipped it in Trader joe's Gyoza dipping sauce and it was fabulous. My husband even commented that he didn't need a knife because he cut it with his fork. Next time I'll marinate it for 24 hrs. instead of 1 hr and I bet it will be even more flavorful! Thanks for a true keeper: simple, quick, nutritious, delicious!
Perfection!!! My sauce was a little bland so I added some chicken stock. I didn't measure the spices (just guessed) so that might by why. No leftovers, everyone loved it!!!
We really really liked the end result of this recipe; however, I wasn't paying attention when I put together the marinade, and added the olive oil to the thyme mixture - didn't hurt a thing! I used an internal thermometer, and my tenderloin came to 170 degrees much faster than the 45 - 50 stated in the recipe. I did take the meat from the refrigerator and allow to come to room temp before roasting. Moist, full of flavor - can't ask for more. Thank you for posting.
Really great on as a marinade for grilled pork tenderloin. used fresh thyme from the garden. mmmmmm
We really enjoyed this! The tenderloin was moist and the gravy was wonderful. Fast and easy to prepare. Thank you for sharing.
Tender and tasty! Great marinade (even if you've only got a couple of hours!). Served with roasted red potato chunks and baby carrots --easy and really good! My new favorite way to prepare a pork tenderloin!
I had the dardest time finding a SIMPLE easy recipe that did not involve fruit or some other ingredient I did not want to use,,thank you!! Very moist and delicious! Great gravy!
Couldn't be simpler or more flavorful. We loved it!
We absolutely love this recipe. The look, or presentation is not an issue for us, so I never brown it first, mostly to save time. I mix the spices and rub it all over the loin, then place inside a reynolds cooking bag and bake according to their instructions. Very moist and tasty!