This recipe is wonderful, and does not necessarily need to be used with a pork tenderloin. I've also made this recipe with pork chops and chicken breasts. For the sauce, I use 8 oz. Russian dressing, 1/2 C honey (3/4 is too sweet), 1 envelope soup mix and 2 tbsp balsamic vinger (per a suggestion from another review). I set aside about 1/2 c. of the sauce and used the rest as a marinade, marinating the chicken breasts for 5 hours. (Next time I will marinade them for longer.) I then grilled the chicken, using the sauce I set aside, as a baste. The important thing with this sauce is to not baste too soon, as the honey can cause it the chicken to burn. It's best to begin basting when the chicken is 3/4 cooked. Enjoy!
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This recipe is wonderful, and does not necessarily need to be used with a pork tenderloin....