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Simple, but elegant way to prepare a pork tenderloin.
"I had to serve about 90 people and it was great. I spent a lot of time keeping the marinade on the meat as it was being cooked. It worked out better than expected. The person that "tried" to do before me had the Pork really dry, so several of the members said that you could'nt BBG pork wothout it being Dry. This recipe most deffinetly proved them wrong. I have been asked to come back and do it again. Thank You for a GREAT Recipe. "- ppjeep
Top-ranked recipe named "Jo's Pork Loin Marinade"
Whisk ingredients together and pour over pork tenderloin.
In a large ZipLock bag, marinade pork for 24 hours (beef for 48 hours) for best results.
Save some of the marinade to baste on tenderloin while grilling.
This has become my very favorite marinade.
eplf69 2 months ago
deptydawg 3 months agosounds like one I'll try on a deer loin
WPNikita 4 months agoThis is the best marinade and I've used it with chicken too. I I usually have all the ingredients on hand so it has become my go to
jwicker425 8 months agoGreat taste the tenderloin was flavorful and moist.
Blessedx2 2 years agoMy pork medallions were very flavorful and moist. I added some crushed fresh garlic to the marinade.
Mhig 2 years agoI only marinated it for 8 hours and it was still great. A HUGE hit in my house.
CroftyDing 2 years agoMarinaded pork loin for 48hrs. Flavor really penetrated the meat. Sealed the loin in a pan and then put in the oven to finish off-wonderful. Had the leftovers cold in a sandwich the following day-very tasty. Thanks Larry-this a now a firm favorite with my hubby :-)
Louisbateman87 2 years agoDecided to try something different with this recipe, I used it with pork chops. I only marinaded it for 5 hours, and it was absolutely delicious.
coqui88 2 years agoGreat, add some honey to make it even better.
megg1628 3 years agoto much vinegar flavour, did not taste good at all.