Pork Tenderloin Cutlets With Plum Glaze

This is a favorite among my friends. I've been requested to make this at least once a week! The cutlets and glaze can be prepped in advance -- up to several hours ahead. The grilling takes only minutes. This recipe is 6 WW pts. per serving.

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ingredients

directions

  • Prepare grill.
  • Using sharp knife, cut tenderloin lengthwise almost in half, being careful not to cut all the way through.
  • Open and spread flat like a book.
  • With meat mallet or between two sheets of plastic wrap or waxed paper with rolling pin, pound meat to 1/4-inch thickness.
  • Cut crosswise into 4 equal pieces; sprinkle cutlets with salt and pepper.
  • In small bowl, combine plum jam, brown sugar, ginger, garlic, lemon juice, and cinnamon.
  • Brush one side of each cutlet and cut side of each plum half with plum glaze.
  • Place cutlets and plums on grill over medium heat, glaze side down, and cook 3 minutes.
  • Brush cutlets and plums with remaining plum glaze; turn pork and plums over and cook until cutlets are lightly browned on both sides, just after lose their pink color throughout, and plums are hot, about 3 minutes longer.
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"This is a favorite among my friends. I've been requested to make this at least once a week! The cutlets and glaze can be prepped in advance -- up to several hours ahead. The grilling takes only minutes. This recipe is 6 WW pts. per serving."
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  1. Heather in Barrie
    Company worthy! I followed MaryMc's suggestion and set enough of the sauce aside to drizzle about a tablespoon over each serving - warmed slightly in the microwave before doing so.
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  2. MaryMc
    Good stuff!! DH loved it, too. Really tasty sauce. I had some boneless pork loin chops, so that's what I used, and they worked fine, but I want to try it with tenderloin. Next time I'm going to set aside some of the sauce before I stick the already-used basting brush back in it--that way I can safely put a little of it on at the table, after cooking.
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  3. mishelle
    I never thought I liked Pork Tenderloin until I tried this. It is amazingly good. If you are not a plum person, you leave out the actual plums though. Yummy!!!
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  4. Amber Dawn
    This is a favorite among my friends. I've been requested to make this at least once a week! The cutlets and glaze can be prepped in advance -- up to several hours ahead. The grilling takes only minutes. This recipe is 6 WW pts. per serving.
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