By Marie on December 13, 2004
Photo by Sandi (From CA)
Photo by Sandi (From CA)
"Garlic is tucked in slits, then the pork tenderloin is coated with balsamic vinegar and olive oil and rubbed with a mixture of rosemary, thyme and salt and pepper. Excellent dish."
Serving Size: 1 (162 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"An outstanding recipe packed with flavor. I followed Pumpkie and cooked a 1 pound tenderloin at 475 degrees for the time specified. It was perfectly cooked, tender and moist. This was served with brown rice and sauteed green beans. Thanks Marie for a wonderful meal."
"I didn't have time to marinate so gave this recipe a try. It was quick to prepare and very tasty. Lined the pan as suggested, Cooked a little longer than 20 min, but that is to your liking. Certainly a do again."
"This was my first try making pork tenderloin, and it turned out fantastic! We love garlic and balsamic vinegar, so this was a great choice. I don't know that I will ever be able to bring myself to try any other tenderloin recipe. Thanks!"
"I followed the recipe as is. It cooked for about 30 minutes (it weighed 2.24 lbs). It was very tender and moist. My favorite part was that it took such little time to prepare and cook. I would make this again."
"Absolutely delicious. It was so juicy and flavorful. Will definitely be adding this to my regular dishes."
"Excellent! Very easy and flavorful!"
"easy to prepare with common items. Even my 2 year old ate it up"
"Easy, quick and tender. Next time I will line the pan with foil for easier cleanup."
"This is a very easy recipe. I've never made pork tenderloin before but it was on sale and this recipe didn't require overnight marinating. It came together easily, marinated for as long as it took my oven to heat and was done in 20 minutes. The flavor was excellent and if you line your baking dish with foil like suggested, clean up is a breeze."
"I marinated the pork overnight in the fridge with the, garlic (which I doubled) herbs, oil & used raspberry balsamic vinegar. I lined the roasting pan with foil (spraying both the underside & the top of the foil before placing in the pan) as so many others indicated issues with a huge clean up after cooking. <br/>I baked it in the oven for about an hour @ 350, because I was making Duchess Sour Cream & Cheddar Potatoes (my own recipe) alongside and don't have a dual temp oven (yet, LOL). I served with #350932 & Coconut Cream Pudding recipe from Taste of Home website. It was a very good meal! Thanks for sharing, the double garlic was wonderful and I'm glad I marinated overnight so that the flavors could permiate through the meat."
"Made this with raspberry balsamic because it's what was on hand. Smelled fantastic! Flavorful edges. If i make it again I'll try marinating in vinegar blend first--felt like the flavor should have continued thru the middle of the roast."
"Seemed like all the right ingredients, but I don't think the temperature was right for the recipe."
"Very tasty... required just a bit more cooking time."
"The flavor of this was wonderful. I was extremely surprised at how much the garlic came through. I would have awarded 4 to 5 stars for flavor. However, I would have been at about 2 for frustration level. This took closer to an hour to cook, even at 500 degrees. I realize that the directions say "until cooked through," but there is a huge difference between 20 min. and an hour to a hungry family."
"Pretty good...I actually had to eat the leftovers since I had to go to work before it was ready. I liked it okay, but DH wasn't too impressed. Would definitely recommend lining pan with foil as others have mentioned. Pretty messy pan! Thanks!"
"This is a great recipe. The high temp also made me nervous, but it works out great. Thanks for sharing!"
"We loved it!!!Very flavorful,will make again,often.I halved it and cooked as recipe says,very moist.Thanks,Linda."
"I made this tonight for dinner. The only thing I would do is let it sit longer to absourb some more flavor. I found some part very bland."
"This was so easy and turned out GREAT! I used red wine vinegar because I didn't have balsalmic. I also used garlic salt instead of regular since we love garlic in our house. Yum!!"