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Bacon-Wrapped Pork Tenderloin

Bacon-Wrapped Pork Tenderloin recipe
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If the bacon-wrapped part of this pork tenderloin dish didn’t already win you over, maybe the glaze of apple juice, brown sugar and Dijon mustard will.
10 min
40 min
6 servings
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I used Pork Tenderloin, and tied the 2 pieces together with twine, and then wrapped it with bacon. I used a thermometer to check the temps, and I find that the time given by the recipe was fairly accurate. The meat was tender and succulent, and the drippings were delicious with white rice. I baked two sweet potatoes in the pan with the pork, and basted them with the sauce as well. I made a sesame sugar snap pea side dish that paired well with it. I will definitely make this again.
Awesome recipe Easy to make & delicious.
This was very good. I agree that longer cooking time is needed. However quick and easy to prepare!
This was really good! I used maple flavored bacon. And it did take about twice as long. But worth waiting for.
This recipe is awesome!For those of you who claim that the time was off and you needed to cook it longer, notice that this is a pork TENDERLOIN recipe, not a pork loin. Tenderloin cooks very fast and one can ruin it by overcooking. It should be still slightly pink in the center when done. I liked the sweet/tangy topping as well. Will make it again.
I made this and will make it again. It is a very easy recipe to make and wonderful.
Very Good. Keeper recipe. I doubled the amount of glaze and added sliced apples around the 2 tenderloins the last 20 minutes of baking - also basting the apples.
WOW!! This recipe is great!! My husband loved it, he was going to saved some for lunch the next day but had enjoyed it so much that he ended up finishing it at supper! I had read the reviews and I am glad I did, the cook time is definitely longer than the recipe called for, I ended up cooking mine for an hour. The only other change I made was before I wrapped with the bacon I cut a slit in the porkloin on each side and down the middle and stuffed it with ground jalepenos. It was wonderful and very moist and tasty!! Will make again for sure!!!
I made this for dinner last night. Oh my was it delicious. The only change I made was the apple juice, I did not have any so I used Seasoned Rice Vinegar. Wow it was so good. I double the sauce to have a little to put on table. Every time I make a pork tenderloin, hubby puts bbq sauce on it...but not this one. He loved it so much he wouldn't dream of using bbq sauce on it. I will for sure make this again and continue using the Seasoned Rice Vinegar, as I don't ever buy apple juice.
This is a great recipe. The meat is very tender and not dry like most pork recipes. Cooking time is longer than the recipes suggests, at least 15 to 30 minutes. I lightly broiled at the end to crisp the bacon. Very yummy! Even my picky husband liked it.

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