Pork Tenderloin

Looking for ways to dress up your pork tenderloin? From roasted pork tenderloin for Sunday dinner to sliced medallions for sandwiches, we have dozens of pork dishes to make any meal memorable…

Glazed Pork

Craving sweet and savory? There are hundreds of glazed pork tenderloin recipes to match your mood. Honey balsamic pork tenderloin uses sriracha sauce and spicy brown mustard to balance the sweetness of the honey and sour of the balsamic. If that's a little too much flavor for your palate, brown sugar and Dijon might be what you're looking for. Want sweet and spicy? Try a black pepper peach glazed pork tenderloin. Wherever your tastebuds lead you, Yummly is your recipe destination.

Grilled Pork

Cooking out this weened? We have thousands of ways to put your grill to work on pork. Don't underestimate the flavor power of a dry rub. Try an herb-rubbed pork tenderloin for light and bright bites. Want fresh summer flavor? Blueberry grilled pork tenderloin injects sunshine into each bite. If you want Asian flair, try grilled ginger sesame pork tenderloin. Whatever flavors you're experimenting with, we have an easy recipe for doing right by your pork.

Slow Cooker

If you're looking for a delicious recipe to put your slow cooker to work on your pork, you've landed in the right spot. Keep the loin intact with a crock pot maple pork tenderloin or turn it into a sandwich by making it pulled pork with a honey-garlic sauce. Take it a step further and make it into carnitas for homemade tacos. However you want to flavor your pork, there's a slow cooker recipe waiting for you.

Stuffed Pork

If you want to try your hand at stuffing pork, there are hundreds of ways to get more flavors and textures into your tenderloin with Yummly. Bacon and mushrooms can turn your regular weeknight dinner on its head while cranberries and walnuts make pork tenderloin a holiday dish to remember.

Crusted Pork

There are dozens of ways to get a crispy, crunchy layer on your pork tenderloin. If you want Hawaiian flavors, a coconut-crusted pork recipe gives you an island-style dinner. Looking for nutty flavor? Try pecan or pistachio-crusted pork with kosher salt and Italian seasonings. If you want to keep things simple but crunch, you can't go wrong with panko and parmesan-crusted pork chops.

Bacon

Wrapping roast pork tenderloin in bacon is about as American as you can get with pork roast. If you want to make it with apples, try an air fryer recipe that blends the sweet apples with spicy mustard. If you want something really decadent, stuff the tenderloin with sausage before wrapping it in bacon -- it's a keto diet dream come true!

Marinated Pork

Marinating pork is a great way to pack more flavor into your meat. Diet root beer works magic on pork, but if you want more Asian flavors, hoisin and honey mixed with soy sauce make magic on the grill. For a taste of the Southwest, orange juice and adobo might be something to try.

Instant Pot

If you want your pork tenderloin in a hurry, there are plenty of Instant Pot recipes to explore. With just a simple rub and sear it on high heat to get it to a golden brown and you can have juicy pork tenderloin on the table with a cook time of under 15 minutes. Flavoring is up to you -- you can do teriyaki, herbed, or cranberry, whatever matches up with your side dishes.

Cooking Tips

Cooking pork can be easy with a few simple tips.

Know your cuts People sometimes confuse pork loin and pork tenderloin, but they're different sizes and the cooking times will also be different. Juicy If you want a juicy pork tenderloin, pounding it out with a meat mallet and stuffing it returns juicy results. Browning If you're having trouble browning the outside of your roast pork tenderloin, a rub mixed with brown sugar can increase your chances of golden brown meat. Oven Temperature To roast pork tenderloin, preheat oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit for at least 15 minutes before putting it in the oven. Overcooking If you don't have a meat thermometer, it's a life-changing tool. For a well-cooked pork tenderloin, the internal temperature should reach 145 degrees Fahrenheit. No steaming When you prep the meat, make sure to pat it dry before seasoning it. Excess water results in steaming the meat which has a less flavorful result.

However you plan to serve your pork tenderloin, there are hundreds of recipes to explore on Yummly. From drunken pork tenderloin to herb-crusted Mediterranean pork tenderloin, start your search for the right recipe here.

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