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Honey Spice-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin

Honey Spice-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin recipe
photo by:kraft
Mouthwatering pork infused with a tempting spice rub and brushed with tangy dressing and thick honey. Tastes like an island vacation in your own backyard.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
4/16/2008
This was easy to make and very flavorful!
posted:
4/15/2008
FANTASTIC!! I grilled the pork over charcoal and couldn't believe how well it turned out. This is a must try!!
posted:
4/15/2008
This is the only way that I will cook my pork tenderloin from now on. It is so moist, and so flavorful. A++++
posted:
4/14/2008
The pork was unbelievably moist & tender. I combined all of the dry seasonings in an empty, spare shaker & used that to apply to the meat. The temperature of the meat was already at 146 degrees after 15 mins of cooking, so when I applied the dressing/honey mixture, the meat only had about another 5-7 min to cook.
posted:
4/14/2008
Needed an extra 10 minutes in the oven to cook fully (I covered it with foil so it wouldn't burn), but it was moist and delicious.
posted:
4/13/2008
LOVED IT!!! I did make one change. I marinated the pork with the dry ingredients over night. My family loved it! Will definitely serve again!
posted:
4/12/2008
I made this for a 9lbs pork raost had to double the dry ing. but needed to triple the wet ing.
posted:
4/12/2008
I served this with Potato Smashers and Creamy Baked Asparagus. The family could not get enough.
posted:
4/8/2008
Very good, and simple to make
posted:
4/8/2008
Made this this evening. My local grocery sells pork loin in large quantity, so I had to cut it down to get the 1 #. But the size wasn't anything like the picture they show. Mine took about an hour to get to 160 degrees. so then, all the brushed on marinade burned in the oven. The roast was very juicy and tender, but sadly all the work put into making the spice rub and honey and dressing didn't come through with any flavor. Maybe my roast was too big for it to soak in. It was like 4 center cut chops stacked together. I would try this again, only cut the meat in to small chunks or slices to try to get the flavor in it.
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