Grilled Pork Tenderloin
Grilling pork tenderloin makes an easy weeknight dinner. With a little prep, grilled pork tenderloin works well over salads or served as a hearty meal with rice and vegetables.See Popular Grilled Pork Tenderloin Recipes
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Sweet citrus balances the spicy punch of chipotle in this perfectly seasoned pork dinner.
The flavors of rosemary and pork were made for each other. Grilled over a charcoal fire, this is a real summertime treat.
Five ingredient recipe! A simple herb marinade imparts pork tenderloin with fresh flavor.
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.
I like to garnish this dish with a side of chopped ripe tomatoes tossed with good olive oil, salt, pepper and fresh basil. These flavors are wonderful next to the rosemary-scented pork.
Seasoned and grilled pork tenderloin makes this vegetable and greens salad a main dish.
Admit it, doesn't the idea of Sunday supper just sound nice? Old-fashioned, yes, but in a good way, like lemonade and back porches and actually sitting outside and enjoying the stars. Like a lot of things we'd love to do but think we don't have time for, at first the whole thing can seem impossible, as if because "Sunday supper" sounds old-fashioned, everyone's got to don costumes from the Walton's and start plucking their own chickens.
Sweet, rich, and a little bit tangy, these succulent baby back ribs sing with the flavors of the Caribbean. Serve alongside a fresh corn and pepper salad, or with your favorite saut greens.
Change your usual sandwich routine and try this Asian flatbread wrap for lunch or dinner. Just cover grilled pork cutlets with this homemade sesame slaw and banana pepperst o serve.
This spiced pork tenderloin is a component of Singapore Noodles, but the leftovers can be eaten on their own with steamed bok choy and rice, or added to fried rice, sandwiches, soups, stir-fries, scrambled eggs or omelets. You'll need to marinate the pork at least 6 hours, or better yet, overnight.
Never dry, always juicy and flavorful, this super-simple pork tenderloin marinates overnight to yield delectable results.
For more surface and crust, butterfly the tenderloin. If you do, mix a double batch of rub so you're sure to have enough. If you don't have a mortar and are using ground spices, crush everything in a small mixing bowl with a wooden spoon.
An Oriental-style salad showcases tender pasta, crisp vegetables and teriyaki-flavored pork tenderloin.
A dish even the pickiest eater will enjoy.