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Pork Tenderloin

As I’ve mentioned in my Dr. Pepper Pulled Pork post, I thought I wasn’t a pork fan… here’s another dish that disproves this past belief.  This pork tenderloin is juicy, tender, and has the best marinade.  It also is super easy to prepare and you can let it marinade in the refrigerator as long as you want– the longer, the better! Trust me.

Pork Tenderloin

What you’ll need:
9 tbs. honey
9 tbs. lemon juice
3 3/4 tbs. soy sauce
2 1/2 tbs. dry sherry
5 cloves garlic, pressed

5-6 lb. pork tenderloin
1 large zip-lock bag to fit the marinade and tenderloin in

What to do:
1. Combine marinade ingredients, mix.
2. Place tenderloins and marinade into zip-lock bag and seal, making sure there’s as little air in the bag as possible.  No need to thaw the tenderloin beforehand; you can just put it in the refrigerator and let it thaw and marinate as long as you want!
3. When ready to grill, grill tenderloins for 8 minutes on each side, then place them on their sides and cook each side for 4 minutes each.
4. Tent in foil for 5 minutes.