BBQ Pork Tenderloin

"Pork no longer needs to be massacred with cooking - I know it is a hard habit to break if this is how you were brought up but pork today is perfectly safe to eat slightly pink and it is so juicy, Try it - not blood rare but just a light pink. This is a very tasty recipe."
 
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BBQ Pork Tenderloin created by Bergy
Ready In:
20mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Combine all the ingredients (except pork), whisk well.
  • Pour over the loin in a zip lock plastic bag or glass bowl.
  • Marinade in the fridge for at least 2 hours.
  • Remove loin from marinade, save marinade.
  • Cook 6 inches from high heat source for about 15 minutes turning frequently and basting with the marinade The outside should be nicely browned and the inside just a slight pink color Rest for 5 minutes and slice into 1/2-inch slices.
  • Heat any remaining marinade and serve over the pork.

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  1. karen in tbay
    used canned apple juice instead of frozen apple concentrate...turned out great
     
  2. karen in tbay
    used canned apple juice instead of frozen apple concentrate...turned out great
     
  3. MnM's Mom
    Wonderful flavour and very moist! I only had apple & raspberry juice on hand and I used dry onion flakes instead of the shallot. Awesome recipe, will be making this again. Thanks Bergy!
     
  4. MnM's Mom
    Wonderful flavour and very moist! I only had apple & raspberry juice on hand and I used dry onion flakes instead of the shallot. Awesome recipe, will be making this again. Thanks Bergy!
     
  5. Rebam98
    I made this twice. The first time, I followed the directions exactly. I wished the marinade was more throughout the meat, so next time I marinaded this overnight instead of 2 hours - glad I did. I also thought it was missing something so instead of regular honey mustard; I used honey mustard BBQ sauce (with a little honey mustard added to it). I really enjoyed that. I still wish the marinade was more throughout though. Perhaps heating up some leftover marinade for dipping or adding some BBQ sauce if you put it in a sandwich is in order. Oh, and I used pork loin both times and it was still fantastic.
     

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