Cooking pork tenderloin is easy to do with our delicious recipes. Whether serving grilled, roasted, or stuffed, pork tenderloin pairs well with a variety of flavors from fruity chutneys to savory marinades.See Popular Pork Tenderloin Recipes
Having a dinner party or looking for a special holiday recipe? This flavorful pork dish features pork tenderloin topped with a sweet and savory mixture of port-flavored fruit and onions all wrapped in golden puff pastry...it not only tastes great, but it makes a beautiful presentation too.
For lean white meat that's diet friendly and packed with nutrition, it's hard to top pork, especially the tenderloin. Follow this recipe for how to cook pork tenderloin and you'll end up with a dish that melts in your mouth. This method calls for so few ingredients, you might worry that the meat will be bland, but good pork tenderloin needs little more than a sprinkle of salt and a dash of pepper to bring out its naturally sweet flavor.
Sweet citrus balances the spicy punch of chipotle in this perfectly seasoned pork dinner.
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Puff pastry shells are filled with a flavorful combination of seasoned sliced pork tenderloin and fresh vegetables to make a refined, Asian-inspired dish.
The flavors of rosemary and pork were made for each other. Grilled over a charcoal fire, this is a real summertime treat.
Learn how to make this roasted pork tenderloin for a lean and flavorful pork recipe. Serve with your favorite chutney or cranberry sauce and your meal is set.
What's in a name? That's easy when you're talking tenderloin. It's the the most tender cut of pork.
Five ingredient recipe! A simple herb marinade imparts pork tenderloin with fresh flavor.
Warmer weather means grilling. And that means even easier ways to cook delicious meals that yield plenty of leftovers. But these days, most folks want something better than just hot dogs and hamburgers from their grills.
All too often we can find ourselves viewing food as an "either-or" situation: it's either healthy, or it's tasty. Cupcakes are tasty; kale is healthy. Sure, there are some foods that fit this black-and-white dichotomy, but the good news is there are also many foods that tick both boxes.
A great slow cooked stroganoff using pork tenderloin.
Pound the meat thin to create the classic look when you add it to the bun. You'll savor every bite of this classic dinner sandwich.
Orzo, a rice-shaped pasta, is used instead of rice in this recipe. The vegetables are simmered in coconut milk to create a creamy sauce.
I like to serve this dish with garlic mashed potatoes, braised vegetables, or just a fresh green salad.
This roast pork covered in corn bread is an empanada gone uptown.