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Tenderloin recipe suggestions?

jldjld Posts: 54
edited August 2011 in Pork
I'm slammed today and have to make a tenderloin for 6 people tonight. Any suggestions on good recipes? Would love to serve with an optional fruit compote, as one of us doesn't eat fruit due to a dietary restriction.

Summer fruit is looking good! Any thoughts? Thanks for your suggestions!

Comments

  • Rolling EggRolling Egg Posts: 1,995
    Pork tenderloin I'm assuming? The main thing is to make sure you pull it at no more than 138 or so internal. Get a good sear direct on all sides, close to the coals at around 350 or 400. Then raise it up off the fire with a raised grid or calm the fire way down somehow, and let it coast on up to 138. You basicly want to get a good sear and then finish cooking it without burning the outside. If you let it go past 140 internal the drying out process starts .Good luck!
  • Rolling EggRolling Egg Posts: 1,995
    Also, once it hits 138 and you take it off, wrap it in foil for a 15min rest before serving. I serve mine sliced into medallions with hot yeast rolls. Makes very good mini sandwiches.
  • Misippi EggerMisippi Egger Posts: 5,095
    @jld. Have you looked through the recipes in the Cookbook, under the Pork category?
    There are several pork tenderloin recipes there.
  • lkgmadmaxlkgmadmax Posts: 21
    edited August 2011

    London Broil or Porkloin Marinade

    1 C. Soy Sauce
    1/4 C. Honey
    1/4 tsp red pepper flakes
    4 TBS Brown Sugar
    3 Cloves Garlic
    1 TBS Sesame Oil
    1 TBS vinegar
    Crush garlic. Mix all ingredients in blender. Blend 2 to 3
    minutes. Place London  broil in large pan
    and add ingredients from blender. Refrigerate and marinate overnight or 4 to 6
    hours at least. For best results,  grill
    to desired doneness.  You can take the left over marinade and bring it to a boil, remove from hear whisk in a little butter and that makes a nice sauce to serve over it.

  • yumdingeryumdinger Posts: 222
    Great tips from all I put some of them to the test tonight and Egged up a couple of fantastic Tenderloins.  I rubbed Holland Grills Carolina seasoning on them, seared 4 sides on a raised grill (using the green feet as suggested in another forum), Sprayed with apple juice a few times, then shut the egg down until it hit 138 repeating the apple juice spray... Moist and tasty. Prety quick cook too, took about 20 minutes on grill
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