In this collection of pork tenderloin recipes, we offer everything from company-worthy meals to quick weeknight fare.
Tenderloin is an inexpensive, lean cut of pork that's perfect for slicing and broiling on skewers. The luscious homemade peanut sauce does double duty as marinade and dipping sauce, cutting down on prep time. Affordable appetizers never tasted so good!
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Homemade red curry paste strikes a nice balance between sweet, salty and spicy, and brings out the best in the squash and the pork. Serve with Coconut Ginger Rice for an elegant meal.
This simple pork tenderloin is a healthy spin on everyone's favourite Greek culinary staple: souvlaki. We've swapped sweet potatoes for the traditional white potatoes and added other colourful veggies to boost the nutrient content.
White rice and fatty pork chops are replaced with protein-packed quinoa and lean pork tenderloin in this twist on a Vietnamese favourite. Daikon radish has a very pungent aroma, but its crunchy sweetness works well when pickled. If it's not your thing, you can substitute the same amount of carrot. This recipe is a great way to use up leftover quinoa; if you don't have any on hand, make it ahead and spread it out on a large rimmed baking sheet to cool quickly.
Italian sausage and bread make a flavourful, moist stuffing. After rolling the pork, your hands will be dirty, so have the twine precut and ready to go.
Lean yet flavourful, pork tenderloin is a great choice if you're watching your calorie intake. Roasting the asparagus alongside the pork simplifies cooking and enhances this springtime vegetable.
Rub thyme, salt and pepper over pork. In large ovenproof skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat; brown pork all over for about 4 minutes.
Grill juicy pork at the same time as the vegetables to serve hot or cold.
Lean pork tenderloin is so quick to cook that you can grill it for a weeknight main course or set it up as the star of a party.
There's a family-style welcome at Inverary Inn and a family-pleasing menu that includes a classic apple and pork combo.
Accents of sour, salty, sweet and hot dress up tender pork for easy entertaining.
Juicy sweet fruit straight from the grill partners well with pork and makes the meal summery.
Toasting spices is a great way to bring out their complex flavours and aromas. A hint of sugar in the spice rub helps to caramelize and create a crust on the pork.
Cut pork lengthwise almost but not all the way through; open like book. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese, parsley, salt and pepper. Sprinkle sun-dried to...
The marinade of lime juice, beer and herbs gives this pork a smoky taste. It also makes a dandy sauce, but to be safe to eat it can't have touched the raw meat. Reserve 1/3 cup (75 mL) before combining the remainder with the pork; bring to a boil to mellow the flavours. Serve with corn on the cob and boiled new potatoes.
Tonkatsu Sauce, a Japanese sauce most often eaten with pork cutlets (tonkatsu), is available in the Asian section of some grocery stores and most Asian markets. It is also easy to make.
Butterflying the pork tenderloin cuts the cooking time in half. Serve with whole wheat couscous.
One pork tenderloin is just the right amount for a stir-fry when combined with lots of vegetables and served over rice or quick-cooking Asian noodles, such as chow mein steamed noodles.
Blessed with a hint of sweetness from the apples and onions in the sauce, this moist, tender pork is special enough for company.
A simple, sweet ginger marinade caramelizes to a glossy brown on this tender honey-glazed pork. Serve with grilled sweet potatoes and a tomato salad.
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