26 Reviews

Since it was snowing & blowing out on the BBQ deck, I cooked my loin at 325F for 2 1/2 hours. I basted it every 15 minutes until my meat thermometer alarm rang. The result was moist & tender with a delicious semi sweet sauce with just a hint of orange. Thanx Kristen!

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CountryLady March 05, 2007

I used a 3/4 lb. pork tenderloin for the two of us - this was wonderful. No leftovers either!

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DebS #2 February 11, 2009

I followed this recipe as written except I used 1/2 of the amount of orange peel because other reviews indicated the full amount was overpowering. I grilled a hatfield pork tenderloin for 2 1/2 hours. The meat was very juicy and the sauce was good, however, the meat itself did not take on very much of the BBQ/maple syrup/orange flavor. If I make this recipe again, I will follow others suggestions and marinade the meat in the BBQ mixture overnight first. Thank you for sharing this recipe. I always enjoy trying something new!

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Little Miss Chef Lauren October 10, 2013

Ran out of propane so I baked it in the oven. One variation was that I coated it with cajun seasoning and browned it in the frying pan with a little oil before putting it in the oven with the sauce. It was very, very tasty!

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WW Girl April 12, 2010

We did enjoy it as much as you do :) Delicious and easy to make too!

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~ValeLovesFlorida~ August 25, 2009

Made this tonight and DH says that now this is his favorite! I'm kinda happy because this really was not hard to prepare at all!thanks! UPDATE: 3/15/09- Made this again yesterday,but I put it in the crockpot.I used boneless pork loin chops(6) and added 1/2 cup of water.Cooked until the chops (with ginger and salt) were almost done then basted for about an hour til the glaze looked yummy.(This way does make alot of "sauce".) I only had lemon zest, also, so that is what i used.It was just as wonderful with a little more "subtle" taste.

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kellychris March 15, 2009

Great recipe and will make again and again. A word of caution. The orange zest flavor will come through. I had about a 1/2 tsp of zest leftover and said, "What the Heck" and thew it in. My mistake. I had slight more orange zest flavor than I would of liked. Still great. Can't wait to try again following the instructions to the letter Thanks for a great recipe

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Roger/OH July 14, 2008

Cooked this last Sunday along with a foil packet potato dish, http://www.recipezaar.com/32688 and grilled corn on the cob country style. The pork was very good and disapeared very quickly. We will be making this again soon.

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Chef Shadows August 22, 2007

Delicious!!!! I did mine on the grill. Loved it!

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Charmie777 July 26, 2007

I also baked mine and this came out most delicious! only problem we had which isn't really a big problem is that 170 was too much to our liking. Next time I'll bake at a lower number.

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glad2getass June 08, 2007
The Most Delicious Maple Glazed Pork Loin