The best pork tenderloin. Ever.

30 Sep

Ok so I hardly ever brag about food I’ve made. But this … This was divine. In fact it was so good I want to make again this week.

I had a tenderloin leftover from the last time I made one (love buying in bulk) so I set out on a search to find another recipe. I almost settled for a crockpot version but, after reading some reviews, I decided to keep searching. I’m so glad I did.

This was another simple meal to make that tastes like you worked all day. I seriously started this at 430pm and it was ready to serve by 530 when ABP got home. Side note: I’m getting better at timing my meals.

So check this out. The blog is very fun and she’s got lots of other things to check out as well, but let’s stick to the tenderloin, shall we? I did nothing different with this except instead of using tobasco, which I didn’t have, I used Valentina sauce which is pretty much the same thing I think.

Making the rub was super easy, searing it in my skillet was easy and making the glaze was easier still. I can’t begin to tell you how great this dish was. When you make it, be sure to serve. Bit of the sauce over the tops of your tenderloin pieces. It’s a great combination of spicy and sweet but not overpowering at all. I served this up with steamed rice (surprise surprise) and black beans.

So as you plan your meals for the week, add a tenderloin to your list and make this. If you don’t love it as much as we did, well there’s something wrong with you. 🙂


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