Recipe by Donna Leigh
"This is a wonderful tenderloin that tastes best when marinated for 24 hours."
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minced fresh ginger root
chopped fresh parsley
2 (12 ounce)
It is funny, I made this recipe about 10 years ago and now can't find it. I was very happy to find it here. The only thing missing is that when you take the meat off the grill, you should wrap it in foil and let it rest for about 5 minutes or so. You might want to reduce the temperature from 145 to 140 to take that into consideration. The meat will have a pinkish shell because of the marinade, but the inside meat should be the white of pork. This is a great one to grill for a party. I have several times.
Loved this marinade! I was looking for a creative way to use some of the plum jam that I made last year and this looked interesting. I followed the recipe exactly for the ingredients, but used pork chops instead of a pork tenderloin. Grilled outside . . .perfect spring/summer food! We'll definitely be having this again!
This marinade has a slightly oriental flavor that I really like. I've never grilled pork tenderloin, but it turned out well. Due to the amount of sugar in the marinade, it is important to oil the grate and use a medium heat, as the submitter stated, or use an indirect method. I think it would make a great sauce for chicken, pineapple and bell pepper skewers, too!
I prepared this before work and let it marinate for over 24 hours, We cooked it on a gas grill on semi indirect heat. We used an electric meat thermometer and cooked until it was about 150 degrees. 145 degrees is a safe temp but a little on the pink side for me. We let it sit for about 5 minutes before carving and It turned out PERFECT! Juicy on the inside and nicely grilled on the outside. Since there are only two of us we shared half with the neighbors…they loved it too! Perfect dinner for a warm fall evening!
We BBQ pork tenderloin a lot over the summer and I wanted to try something different for a dinner party so decided to try this recipe. After marinating the meat over night, I realized the next morning that I had forgotten to add the honey in the recipe. Couldn't make any changes at that point so proceeded to BBQ the pork as usual and it was a fantastic! I had reserved some of the marinate and drizzled it over the sliced pork. I will try this again with the honey added and decide which we prefer. Thank you for sharing this recipe.
Very easy to make and great complementary flavor to the pork. Yum!
This was great for the grill! It had a lovely caramelized flavor. I didn't have onion powder so I used chopped shallots. I will definitely be using this recipe again. Thank you Donna!
wrap tenderloins in aluminum wrap and let meat rest for approx. 5 minutes
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Marinated Grilled Pork Tenderloin
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 74
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