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Garlic Pork Tenderloin with Barbecue Sauce

Garlic Pork Tenderloin with Barbecue Sauce recipe
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A garlic and herb rub, and 5 minutes of prep, elevates pork tenderloin to company status. Your guests will love that this elegant entrée is smart, too.
5 min
25 min
4 servings
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I made it exactly like the recipe and my husband and I really liked it. I will make this again! YUMMY!
This is a very easy dish to make and it tastes great! The pork was very tender and juicy - I tented it with foil for a few minutes after taking it out of the oven too. I didn't think it needed the BBQ sauce, but it tastes good with it too. I served it with red beans & rice, and yellow squash. My fiance usually eats slow, but he ate this dish up FAST!
I accidentally got the good season italian dressing season packet and that tasted great. I also cut slits in the pork and stoffed garlic cloves. I didn't use the bbq sauce. It turned out great and my whole family ate it up!
We LOVE LOVE LOVE this!!! We don't even use the bbq sauce! It is perfect with out it!!!!
Making this was very simple. I have never eaten a better tenderloin!
This is amazing! I have made this with a tenderloin and pork chops and both are great! I like the bbq sauce but it isnt necessary. My fiance even asked to have this for his birthday!
Delish! This is a fantastic rub. I used pork chops since I was only cooking for 2. The meat certainly doesn't need sauce, but I liked it with ketchup!
This recipe was quick, easy, and fantastic! The BBQ sauce adds an extra kick, but is not needed, as the meat turns out very flavorful by itself. I did pair it with mashed sweet potatoes as suggested, but also with green beans. Even my picky four-year old son asked for not just seconds, but THIRDS. That is just about a record, so I will definitely make this again.
This was G-R-E-A-T... The other reviews were right. The BBQ sauce is not necessary as the meat is delicious all by itself, but it did add that extra touch. I now make this all the time and have shared the recipe with friends.
This was very good. Either the thyme or sage was a bit overwhelming though. I'd use less next time. It's great even without any bbq sauce.

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