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Pork Tenderloin Recipe

PiganytimePiganytime Posts: 16
edited January 2012 in EggHead Forum
Trying my first tenderloin tomorrow on the egg. Any favorite recipes?
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  • Easy cook and you'll look like a rock star. I do them a couple of ways:

    1. Pick a favorite rub or just plain old salt and pepper, season well and grill at about 400° - 450° direct for a nice char. Turn every 10 minutes or so. Cook until internal temperature is 145°. Rest for at least 15 minutes. Slice As desired and enjoy.

    2. Variation: put tenderloin(s) in a gallon ziplock with a couple of glugs each of a combination of soy sauce, worchestershire, sesame oil, fish sauce, plenty of fresh ground black pepper and any other flavors you like in your marinade. Marinate for at least a half hour, up to a few hours.. Grill and serve the same as above.

    Great chunk of meat and it's impossible to screw up unless you overcook it.

    Cheers,

    Captain Spaulding
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  • smokesniffersmokesniffer Posts: 1,718
    I haven't done this one yet, but it is on The Naked Whiz website , under recipes, then go to pork and then to Bar Towel Tenderloin. I am going to try this one day. It looks impressive. btw, not trying to steer you away from this forum, lots of great info here. Good Luck which ever you decide.
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  • GriffinGriffin Posts: 6,776
    As Captain Spaulding says, grill it at around 400. Should take 20-25 nminutes depending on how pink you like your pork. I like to pull around 145 and let rest 5 to 10 minutes. I have a few examples on my blog if you need more advice.

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