"This is a perfect appetizer for a small family gathering." — Tyler Melnick
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1 (1 1/2 pound)
fat-trimmed pork tenderloin
1 1/2 cups
mustard-based barbeque sauce
salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
We loved these, but they are a bit messy to eat. I used thick cut bacon that I pre-cooked to the soft stage. This way I avoided flare-ups on my grill and the bacon was crisp by the time the pork was cooked. Next time, I probably use a tomato based sauce.
It had a good flavor -we used Kraft red BBQ sauce since we didn't have mustard based sauce, but you have to really want to eat a lot of pork to enjoy it!
This a great appitizer for summer, I pre-cooked bacon and used a teriyaki seasoned pork tenderloin, because thats what i had. I sliced loin longways then in half to make more, they were more managable to eat, I also used Famous Daves sweet & sassy the combo of teriyaki and sweet bbq sause was wonderful, Thanks for passing this along will be making again.
I can't wrap my head around mustard based sauces so I used regular ol Sweet Baby Ray's sauce and this was REALLY good. Cook the bacon before rolling it up. I seared it and finished it in the oven. Yummy.
I took what some of the previous reviewers had said and cooked the bacon a little first. I am not a huge pork fan but I could eat this again. My husband loved it!
This was really very good. The pork stayed very moist and tender. Next time, we will probably use a tomato-based bbq sauce instead of the yellow sauce.
One of the best recipes ive cooked so far, will try again, thanks!!
This was so delicious! I sliced my tenderloin that was partially frozen into 1 inch round slices. Pre cooked the bacon slightly and let cool. Wrapped 1 and a half slices of bacon around it and secured with toothpicks. Then made a marinade with Webers Chipotle Marinade mix. Pored the marinade over the pork with the bacon wrapped around it and let that marinade for around half hour. Then cooked on the grill with our favorite red bbq sauce since we don't have mustard based sauces here. It was so good! Even my daughter that isn't fond of pork liked it! Thanks!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 97
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