Roasted Pork Tenderloin With Garlic

Roasted Pork Tenderloin With Garlic created by Tinkerbell

This pork loin is very easy to make and comes out delicious and juicy every time. It’s a real crowd-pleaser, especially served with mashed potatoes.

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  • Heat oven to 350°F.
  • Melt butter in roasting pan and sauté onion.
  • Combine remaining ingredients in a small bowl.
  • Rub over loin.
  • Place loin on onions in roasting pan.
  • Roast until center reaches 160°F.
  • Serve.
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"This pork loin is very easy to make and comes out delicious and juicy every time. It’s a real crowd-pleaser, especially served with mashed potatoes."

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  1. Pam P.
    I personally use a whole head of garlic. I cut my cloves depending on size in half or threes. That's why it's called Garlicky Pork Loin (just make sure you don't breathe on people). I taught myself this Recipe. Now alot if my family and friends make it. I also rub my spice's on the outside. Yummy.
  2. KMLWPA
    This was really, really good! My pork loin was a bit over 2 lbs. I used an oven-safe skillet to cook it in, since my only roasting pan was way too large. Took just a bit less than 1 hour to reach 160°. The onions that weren't covered by the meat were dark brown, caramelized and delicious. I sliced the meat, stirred the onions and pan drippings together and poured them over the slices. So good and so easy to make!
  3. Tinkerbell
    Roasted Pork Tenderloin With Garlic Created by Tinkerbell
  4. Tinkerbell
    This recipe gets 5 stars, hands down just for how juicy & moist it was! I used a 2 lb tenderloin, prepared as directed & then roasted it at 390* for about 25 minutes (to 160 degrees). The flavor, although very good, was a little bland for our tastes. We dipped it in some fresh horseradish & think we might add a dab of that to the rub next time. Cause there WILL be a next time! Thanks for sharing LadyBell! Made, enjoyed & reviewed for Pick-A-Chef Spring 2008.
  5. HoserLauren
    I halved this recipe and used pork chops rather than a pork loin. It was so easy and the end result was really tasty!! I loved the garlic and onions, and with the olive oil, it helped keep the pork moist. Yum! Thanks!!
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