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    Pork Tenderloin

    Does anyone have a recipe for Pork tenderloin?

    Welcome to fun and learning! I dont have one, but I've read three in the forums over the last two months. I'll dig a little and see what I can find.


      Here's some information:

      I had never cooked a pork tenderloin, but it always sounded like it would be delicious. So this weekend I impulse bought a tenderloin at the grocery store near

      I don't think I like pork tenderloin. I cooked up a couple last night. Simple, just oil, sage, thyme, rosemary, salt ,pepper and garlic. Put a little water in



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        Last edited by DWCowles; May 17, 2017, 08:09 PM.


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          This looks good, I made a tenderloin last night that I may work into this. Thanks.

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          Welcome from Indiana..


            Welcome (johnmilner) . Enjoy The Pit! When I make pork tenderloin I simply season it with any favorite seasoning blend that contains some salt and grill at 350-400 until internal temp reaches 140-145. Be careful to not overcook! A simple sauce to serve is BBQ Sauce and Jelly mixed 1/1 and warmed until jelly is melted. Good luck!


              2lb whole pork tenderloin placed in a ziplock bag.
              Pour in about 1/2 cup of Worcestershire Sauce
              1/8 cup Soy Sauce
              and 2 TBS of Molasses
              Squeeze out the excess air so the entire loin is submerged in the liquid. Place it in the refrigerator for 1-2 hours.
              Remove the loin from the marinade and allow the excess to drip off. Lay out a piece of aluminum foil big enough to create a foil boat. Place the loin on the foil…

              And season it with:

              Cavender’s greek seasoning
              garlic powder
              onion powder
              black pepper
              Bring the foil up and around the loin be sure to join the ends so no liquid will escape. Pour about ¼ of the marinade along the side the loin.

              Fire up the grill to 300 degrees and place the foil pack on the grate. I threw a chunk of apple wood on the fire to produce a little smoke. After 30 minutes remove the loin from the smoker, and place it on direct med. High heat.

              Let the loin cook for 2 minutes and roll it 45 degrees. Set the timer for 2 more minutes and baste each side of the loin with the liquid from the foil as it is turned.

              Continue cooking and turning until all sides have been seared for a total of 8 min. At this point when a thermometer is inserted into the middle of the loin it will be 140 degrees which is exactly where it should be. Remove it from the grill and let it rest for 5-10 minutes before slicing.


                I did 2 last night. put them overnight in a ziplock bag with Weber mesquite marinade and cooked over Charcoal in my weber. I went hot and fast flipping every 3 minutes or so until 145. They were great. I have also smoked in my pellet cooker to 120 then seared, either way is fantastic.


                  I did a couple of bar towel tenderloins at a recent eggfest.

                  The recipe is on the Naked Whiz website. Basically you put your favorite rub on two tenderloins. Then you take a 100% cotton bar towel wet and wring it out, then dump a 3 lb. box of kosher salt on the towel and even it out (let that sit for 10 min while the salt absorbs some moisture). Then wrap the tenderloins in the salt & towel & tie both ends and the middle with twine. Put that directly on the coals and turn every 15 min til the IT reaches about 145. Then crack open the salt crust that forms & pull out the tenderloins. Knock off as much of the remaining salt as you can and slice.

                  The juiciest tenderloin ever! It was a big hit at the eggfest.


                    Wrap it in bacon. Double pork, and you never go wrong with bacon.



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