Recipe by Morton Salt
"By rubbing a combination of olive oil, minced garlic, spices, and salt into pork tenderloin before cooking, results in a tender roast with a fully flavored crust."
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garlic cloves, minced
prepared no-salt Italian OR Mediterranean spice blend
1 (1 pound)
boneless pork tenderloin
Morton® Sea Salt (Coarse)
While this was good, I prefer more of a glaze on my tenderloin. This is pretty much a tradtional type of recipes; with the salt/spices acting as a "cust", for lack of a better word.
Do follow the the advice and make SURE the seasoning blend you use does NOT contain salt. I thought the one I had on hand, didn't contain any, so I added the salt to that and was ready to use it. Thought I'd check the tast...just to be sure and it was soooo salty!! I'm glad I checked it.
I think this recipe is worth a try for those of you that like the traditional type of tenderloin. Experiment with different spices too. The salt *does* add something to this recipe; I wouldn't change the amount.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Salt Crusted and Seasoned Pork Tenderloin
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 35
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