Lemon-Rosemary Grilled Pork Tenderloin

"From Manitoba Pork pamphlet."
 
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photo by Melissa M. photo by Melissa M.
photo by Melissa M.
photo by Melissa M. photo by Melissa M.
Ready In:
1hr 10mins
Ingredients:
6
Serves:
2
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ingredients

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directions

  • Rub pork all over with mustard and place in glass baking dish.
  • Stir together juice, oil, rosemary, and garlic.
  • Pour over meat.
  • Cover and marinate at room temperature for 30 minutes or 8 hours in fridge, turning occasionally.
  • Place at room temperature 30 minute before cooking.
  • Place pork on grill over medium heat.
  • Cook 20-25 minutes, turning often and brushing with marinade.
  • Internal temperature should be 160°F.

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Reviews

  1. Melissa M.
    Absolutely fabulous! Marinating was a cinch. I chose the room tempurature and marinated for a few hours instead of the 30 minutes that was suggested. The flavors complimented each other so well and could be distinctly tasted, while not overpowering. It was so tender it nearly fell to pieces when I cut it. Photos to follow soon!
     
  2. RobinOHNCTXUK
    So tasty and tender! We truly enjoyed this recipe! The only thing we changed was we added more mustard and more garlic.
     
  3. Amethyst42
    Wow! Tender and deeeelicious! I will admit to having mustard, garlic, lemon, and rosemary being 4 of my very favourite ingredients, but that doesn't matter 'cuz it's great! The BBQ is still covered with snow, so I did it in the oven at 350, basting it about 4 times. It was done in 30 minutes. You might be tempted to add salt to this recipe, but don't. It will draw the moisture from the meat while cooking. Salt it lightly afterwards, it doesn't need a lot. I served it sliced over rice with steamed broccoli. Not a speck left!
     
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