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Try this Herbed Pork Tenderloin recipe, or contribute your own. "Fall" and "Winter" are two of the tags cooks chose for Herbed Pork Tenderloin.
"The flavor in this dish was great. However, I already had a deeper, more square pan out so I used it. Bad choice. Nothing got brown except the potatoes on top. Next time I make this, I will use a true roasting pan because I would love the crispy potatoes and nicely browned pork."- loddie
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Preheat oven to 375F. In a small mixing bowl combine olive oil, garlic, rosemary, thyme, salt and pepper. Coat pork tenderloin with 3 tablespoons of the garlic mixture and place in a roasting pan.
Toss potatoes with remaining garlic mixture and arrange around roast in the pan. Roast for 35 to 40 minutes, stirring potatoes once. Broil roast (and potatoes if desired) for 5 minutes to brown. Let stand for 5 minutes before slicing
The best pork tenderloin recipe ever! Imagine the taste of aromatic rosemary and fragrant thyme coated on a juicy pork roast and crispy potatoes.
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liloljbbaby 3 months agoIt wasn't good at all :-(
IronChefChachi 4 months agoVery good! Took the advice of the reviews and cut the herbs in half and added some Dijon mustard. Didn't make with the potatoes (had left over risotto). I would grind up the Rosemary for making next time. Didn't broil but should have! Will make again!
TandaD 7 months agoIt was good. I think there is just bit too much herbs. I will cut them some next time.
Kai21 9 months agoBoth the pork and the veg tasted great
kennethgreen 10 months agoOutstanding!
salmears 11 month agoWe liked this recipe but did only use one-half of the herbs
Roblmb 11 month agoSuper easy and big on taste! I decreased the rosemary and thyme to 1 tbsp each, added 2 tbsp Dijon mustard as another reviewer suggested and lastly decrease the oil to 1/4 cup. I didn't do the potatoes but I imagine they'd be good
mrc7928 11 month ago
donnapolen 1 year agoI used loin chops instead and it was easy and good
Katsy 1 year agoGreat recipe I added some Italian dressing to the mix
SCIDMom 1 year agoWay too heavy on the spices. Had to cook it 30 minutes extra
countrysparrow 1 year agoIt was very very tasty little too much rosemary but didnt change anything and will make it again.
Cjudge 1 year agoOMG good. I cut the Rosemary and thyme in half and added 1 1/2 tsp of Mrs. Dash Italian Seasoning. Also used about 1/2tsp garlic powder instead of fresh garlic cloves. I also threw in some baby carrots and used baby reds halved. Super delicious.
Laurawilson 1 year agoReally nice, I didn't broil and just roasted and used baby pots cut in half and roasted in the mixture. For a sauce I added some White whine to the pan juices and reduced before adding some heavy cream. Easy recipe for mid week or for friends
MinagiV 1 year agoThis is an amazing recipe! My husband would prefer the thyme and rosemary cut in half, so we're going to try that next time, but I thought it was perfect!
Jflewendon 2 years agoGreat tasting, easy to follow and cook
poneill1987 2 years agoThis was a super simple meal. Full of flavor and so juicy. I will be making this again!!!
ChristenC 2 years agoFull of flavor, easy to put together. Next time I will use ground rosemary do prevent the leaves from sticking in my teeth. :) Other than that, it was wonderful.
Krystal528 2 years agoExcellent! I broiled it for 15 minutes because I like pork well done and brown!
Chachi78 2 years agoI also added cabernet to the roasting pan. Everyone loved it!