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It’s easier than you think to make an elegant dinner of pork tenderloin. Whether you are making it in the oven, grilling it or pan roasting it, this succulent cut of meat will always make you shine as a cook. Pork tenderloin is one of those dinners that’s impressive enough for special occasions but easy and quick enough for a weeknight dinner. Thanks to a vast array of marinades, seasonings, stuffings and side pairings, this meat has endless flavour options.
There are several methods and recipes for dressing up your pork tenderloin with added flavour. You can season your tenderloin with a dry rub, marinate it, brine or glaze it. Check our recipe section for ideas. To marinate, mix your marinade ingredients together in a glass bowl and then add the mixture to a sealable plastic bag before adding your pork tenderloin. Follow the recipe for time guidelines, but never marinate longer than 24 hours. Flip the tenderloin over occasionally to ensure even coverage. Using a dry rub on your pork tenderloin is another easy way to flavor your meat. A dry rub is a blend of spices and herbs mixed with sugar or salt that is rubbed onto the meat prior to cooking. It’s best to apply the dry rub about 30 minutes prior to cooking.
Depending on what you are planning to make, you can then decide to hit the grill, roast it or even make it in the slow cooker. There are many recipes to follow. Check the ones we have prepared for you.