"A sweetened mustard, chile and pineapple flavored marinade for your pork recipes." — sal
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1 1/2 cups
My pork tenderloin turned out great!! I used BBQ sauce rather than the chile sauce and regular mustard instead of dry. I cooked my 2 pd tenderloin covered w/ foil on 225 covered for 35 minutes and then turned it up to 425 for about 20 minutes.. It moist and just great. Even my very picky hubby got seconds and all 3 of my kiddos ate without complaining!!!
It was ok. Used chile powder because we didn't have chile sauce, not sure what difference it would have made. Would not make again.
Excellent! I didn't have dry mustard, so I just added some regular mustard. I also added salt and pepper. My family ate this like it was going out of style. The 5 year old and 7 year old were fighting over the last piece of pork. My father in law asked for the recipe. I can't wait to make it again!
We liked this a lot, but did make some changes. We used Sriracha for the chili sauce and didn't use as much as it called for. I'd say we used about 3 tablespoons, maybe a little more? Also, we used prepared dijon mustard because the idea of that much dry mustard scared me--dry mustard is hot!
Anyway, we thought it was delish with the changes we made and will definitely keep this one in the repertoire!
I have fallen in love with this marinade. It even works well on chicken. I only made a few changes to it due to what i had on hand at the time. Instead of chili sauce i used a couple of tablespoons of chili powder, and when I am in a pinch i use regular mustard instead of dry. Depending on whether or not I will be bbq-ing the meat i will include a little of the final bbq sauce with it. I also like adding a little garlic and onion powder because I just can't seem to cook with out them :) As I said I just love this marinade. (it works well as a sauce for Crockpot cooking too!)
My husband thought this was excellent. All I could taste was the chile sauce.
This came out quite yummy...didn't have pineapple juice, so I added OJ and some orange marmalade.
This is the best marinade yummy! I cut the dry mustard down to 2 Tbls (because 1/4 cup sounds like a lot) I marinaded over night then put on the grill with indirect heat and a pan under it with some water and then putting the left over marinade in the pan also makes like a candy coating on the outside SOOOO YUMMY~
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 59
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