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"This was a quick, simple and tasty preparation that accented the great basic flavor of the pork. The roast was a little crunchy on the outside but still moist and tender on the inside. We served it with roasted brussel sprouts and herb roasted new potatoes."- sgrishka
Top-ranked recipe named "Rosemary Roast Pork Tenderloin"
Cut small slits in pork and insert garlic slivers. Place pork in small roasting pan and spray lightly with cooking spray. Rub surface of pork with rosemary. Sprinkle lightly with salt and pepper. Roast pork at 424 until meat thermometer inserted in center registers 160* (slightly pink), or 170* (well done), 20 to 30 minutes. Per serving = 138 calories, 3 gm fat, 73 mg cholesterol, 57 mg sodium, 0 gm carbohydrate, 0 gm fiber, 23 gm protein Posted to EAT-LF Digest by "email@example.com"
Rnrgames 1 year agoQuick and easy to prepare and cook, comes out moist and delicious. My new go to recipe for pork tenderloin!
Trissa 1 year agoMade as directed. Loved it - easy - quick and delicious.
bweyker 2 years agoYummy. Used olive oil instead of cooking spray. Family loved it.
Crettenberger 2 years agolove the crunchy outside, wouldn't change a thing, mayber add some chunks of onion to the pan.
Xordanemoce 2 years agoLoved it! I like a crusty outside, but I imagine if you don't want it, then cover with some foil and cook.
Beachbumette 4 years agoThis looks delicious. What would you do to keep the outside from getting crunchy next time? Maybe brush with olive oil instead of the cooking spray? I'm adding it to my try soons!
Brandi2010 4 years agoYummy
sgrishka 4 years agoThis was a quick, simple and tasty preparation that accented the great basic flavor of the pork. The roast was a little crunchy on the outside but still moist and tender on the inside. We served it with roasted brussel sprouts and herb roasted new potatoes.