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Anne Byrn's Oven-Baked Pork Tenderloin

Anne Byrn's Oven-Baked Pork Tenderloin created by Truffle Lady-46

This recipe comes from Byrn's cook "What Can I Bring?" She says it is a delicious meal, fit for company; so I am saving it here for future reference.

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2hrs 30mins
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  • Place rack in center of oven. Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
  • Place honey, ketchup, butter, brown sugar, lemon juice and garlic powder in a small saucepan. Simmer about 5 minutes. Keep heat LOW. Remove from heat.
  • Rinse pork and dry with paper towels. Place in a large roasting pan or 2 9x13 glass dishes. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and additional garlic powder. Generously brush tops of meat with mustard.
  • Bake uncovered 15 minutes and then brush with honey glaze. Continue baking 2 hours, brushing every 15 minutes.
  • Let meat rest 20 minutes before serving.
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"This recipe comes from Byrn's cook "What Can I Bring?" She says it is a delicious meal, fit for company; so I am saving it here for future reference."
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  1. kevin_sheahan
    Had to make 1/4 of the ingredients as I only roasted 1. I cook using a bbq thermometer that measures both the oven and meat temperatures so I don't have to time things and over/undercook. It sure has been a blessing. Anyway, I only had to cook it for 45 minutes to reach 160 which only allowed for 3 rounds of basting. Didn't look as pretty as the picture so I let the meat rest for a little bit. Turned the oven to broil and let it cook right under the flame for about 5 minutes. Now it looks like the pic! Tasted great, the leftovers may have even been a bit tastier. Definitely a keeper.
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  2. carlavillanovaabern
    Made this for company last week. It was delicious. Making it again tonight. Followed the directions except only cooked it for 1 hour after the initial 15 minutes. Carla Villanova Abernathy
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  3. Truffle Lady-46
    Anne Byrn's Oven-Baked Pork Tenderloin Created by Truffle Lady-46
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  4. Truffle Lady-46
    I wanted to try a new recipe for Tenderloin in the oven. Gave this recipe a try and followed the recipe as is. Turned out very good and tender. I would make again. I am going to make this recipe with chicken thighs. Will pour all the sauce over the chicken and baste during cooking. Should be yummy.
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  5. Stefanie828
    This was soooooo goooooood! I didn't spoon the mixture over the pork as it cooked. I doubled the amount of glaze I made and poured all of it over the pork as it cooked. So juicy, the flavor was amazing.
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