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stuffed pork tenderloin

canncann Posts: 7
Just like to know to what internal temp many of you cook your stuffed pork tenderloins.  Recipes online say to 165 (probably for CYA) but actually most now say to 135 or so.  I am cooking two stuffed pork tenderloins for 10 and I don't want to overcook these.
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  • It can be a bit tough to get a good IT given that once flattened and stuffed the pork is pretty thin. I usually shoot for 140.

    What are you planning to stuff with?
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  • KruegsKruegs Posts: 124
    The last one that I did was pulled at 145 but I would probably pull the next one closer to 135-140 just because it seemed to be a little over after the rest.  I'm thinking 165 would give you disappointing results.
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  • canncann Posts: 7
    Thanks, what I was thinking.  About 135 or so.
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  • drewaarsdrewaars Posts: 63
    I did one over easter to about 160 and it was a little dry to my liking.  Not bad but it could have been better.  I'd shoot for about 140
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  • danv23danv23 Posts: 485
    I've got a beauty out there right now, stuffed with a head of roasted garlic, fresh mozzarella, spinach, pepperoni, tomatoes, oregano, pizza sauce, and cracked pepper, outside covered in pizza sauce as well.  Inspiration?  I'm trying to shed a few pounds so I can't have pizza because of the bread, so we'll see how this sucker goes.  Cooking at 350 to an internal of 135.

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  • danv23danv23 Posts: 485
    Boom.


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