Tender Balsamic Marinated Pork Tenderloin

"My MIL was comming over for dinner and I came up with this recipe. I actually made two pork tenderloins, one marinaded in this, and another store bought tenderloin that was marinading in the package. This turned out far better! Cook time is an estimate."
 
Tender Balsamic Marinated Pork Tenderloin created by vrvrvr
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  • Add oil, vinegar, garlic, rosemary, worcestershire, and pepper in plastic bag.
  • Shake to mix.
  • Add pork tenderloin to bag and marinade 4-24 hours.
  • Cook on grill or oven.
  • Oven setting is 375, usually 25 minutes per pound.
  • Pork is done when thermometer reads between 140 and 160 degrees.
  • I take mine out of the oven when it's at 140 and then let it rest, because when meat rests, it continues to cook and will reach a higher internal temperature.
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  1. hyatt67
    Can this be used with loin chops with bone in approximately 1 to 1 1/2 inches thick The 24 hr timeframe is important because I work weird shifts ?? I have tried some and the meat goes to mush or really dries out
     
  2. Mara W.
    can this recipe be made in the oven? Has anyone made this in the oven?
     
  3. Coley E.
    This was an amazing marinade. I put mine in the oven with six peeled potatoes at 375 and they turned out wonderfully together. Perfect meal. Will definitely make again.
     
  4. KathleenP
    This was delicious. I wanted a recipe without soy sauce, and everyone loved it. I made extra and it was just as good the next day. We cooked the meat on the grill, and served it with grilled asparagus, oil rubbed red potatoes, and corn bread.
     
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