Recipe by Melissa S.
"A zesty, yet simple meal with an olive oil and balsamic vinegar marinade. A crowd pleaser!"
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Very yummy. I think the variance in reviews between liking it and saying it is too sharp and vinegary could be due to the quality of balsamic vinegar used. Good quality balsamic is so mild you can eat it straight off a spoon and it is almost sweet. Inexpensive balsamic might as well be plain white vinegar. So don't be thrifty on the vinegar quality, you'll only regret it.
The smell of vinegar was so strong while this was in the oven that I had to stop cooking it so I could throw it out and air out my house!
Such simple ingredients for such phenomenal taste. Absolutely delicious! Definitely 5 stars as written, though the 2nd time I made this I reduced the vinegar down to 1/3 of a cup for hubby's sake..... For a change of pace, try adding green onions and fresh minced garlic to the mix and letting the roast marinate overnight.
Excellent! It's a shame that the previous reviewer chose to toss the tenderloin out due to the "vinegery" smell, because it produced one of the better pork tenderloins ever for me. But then, I really enjoy the flavor balsamic vinegar lends. I say try it (if you like that strong flavor too) because I really didn't think it was overpowering at all....in taste or smell! Thanks for the recipe!
Simple ingredients, great results. No need to change or add a thing. The roast turns out incredibly moist and tender and the juices reduce to a deep, rich, and flavorful "balsamic reduction," right in the oven!
Made this tonite it's a keeper. MY hubby and kids loved it. Added Garlic lots of garlic, also scraped pan added dry white wine and made gravy, thou it was moist enough already. THIS DID NOT TASTE LIKE VINEGER!!!!!
My family loved this pork loin roast, it's the best we've ever had. I added 1/4 cup of honey to the marinade and cooked it until it was 160 which was perfect. With carry over cooking it ended up at 165. Perfect!
I made this last night and it was awesome. I made just a couple changes. I used 1/4 cup balsamic and 1/4 white whine. I also added a squeeze of honey and a clove of pressed garlic.
After marinading, i put into a 9 x 13 baking dish and poured all the marinade in with it. I put in one large chopped onion, 4 medium yukon gold potatoes cut up, 4 carrots cut in sticks and two stalks of celery cut up. I layed them right down on top of the marinade in the pan and kind of mixed them around a bit to soak up the juices. I then sprinkled with rosemary, salt and pepper. I baked on 350 for 45 min in a foil tent, then cranked up the heat to 450 and took the foil tent off. I cooked the roast for 10 min this way, then took out to rest & wrapped in foil. Then I stired the veggies around in the juices and then put them back in the 450 oven for about 15 more minutes. THIS WAS FANTASIC. Everything had a wonderful glaze to it. The meat was moist and oh so good. :) Thanks for the great starter recipe! :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Balsamic Roasted Pork Loin
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 211
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