7 Reviews

This was a great recipe! Dead easy to make and tasty enough for a dinner party. I used dried parsley and fresh rosemary and cut back on the garlic a little and it was perfect. Highly recommended.

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Perfectionist cook January 30, 2009

This was so very good. Hubby said dont loose the recipe. I used a loin about 6 inches long and we ate the whole thing. The spices were perfect .Made for ZWT5 for the Chic Chefs

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bigbadbrenda June 08, 2008

I will add this to my list of pork tenderloin recipes! This was simple and delicious! The spices were perfect, the only change I made was to use garlic powder and sea salt. We grilled this instead of baking and it was wonderful! Thanks for posting! Made for The Queens of Quisine ZWT6 Family Picks!

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~SarahBeth~ June 23, 2010

My husband and I really liked this one. I used only one tenderloin that marinated for 6 hrs. To cook it, I did something a bit different: first I browned the meat in a cast iron skillet to get that deep golden crust and then I baked it until the temp. was right. Also, I used garlic powder and a little less rosemary chopped very finely. Thank you for sharing, I will make this again. Made for Swizzle Chicks and ZWT6.

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Mami J June 11, 2010

Great flavor! I love how I could let this marinate in the fridge all day and come home to something really easy, but impressive for dinner! For me, the cooking time was off by quite a bit. The internal temp and cooking time you listed were right on with each other, and I did let it rest covered before slicing, but mine was still really pink inside and needed to cook another 15-20 minutes. Thanks for an easy, delicious recipe! Made for ZWT6.

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noway June 09, 2010

Simple and flavorful dish! To low carb it, I served it atop torn shredded iceberg lettuce and after separating the fat from the olive-oil-based sauce, drizzled the sauce over (won't show in my photo as I took it before the drizzling!). Not bad! Thanks, WiGal! Made for Potluck Tag

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mersaydees January 21, 2009

Thank you Wigal for a lovely marinade for my pork ribs today. I had the meat marinate for about 5 hours and then baked in a 400 degree oven for 1 1/2 hours. These were the bone-in type and that's why I allowed for more bake time. Lovely smells were eminating thru the house as these were baking. Made for 123Hits~

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CoffeeB January 11, 2009
Spicy Pork Tenderloin