Summer Grillin' - Pork Tenderloin

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2010/06/29 21:29:53 (permalink)

Summer Grillin' - Pork Tenderloin

I usually am too busy cooking or grilling to remember to take pictures but I was able to take my time tonight with this grilled pork tenderloin! Enjoy!
 

 

 

 
  
post edited by seatown76 - 2010/06/29 22:00:30
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    Re:Summer Grillin' - Pork Tenderloin 2010/06/29 22:31:53 (permalink)
    Mmmmmm - the potatoes look as tasty as the tenderloin - great job!
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    Re:Summer Grillin' - Pork Tenderloin 2010/06/29 22:36:19 (permalink)
    Baileys - thank you, the potatoes were super easy. I just boiled them whole until they were just tender and then sliced them when they were cool and brushed them with oil ans sprikled them with S & P and then grilled them over the direct heat while the tenderloins were on the other side of the grill with the indirect heat.
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    Re:Summer Grillin' - Pork Tenderloin 2010/06/30 01:50:28 (permalink)
    Here's a recipe I used on Father's Day. They were excellent:
    GRILLED GARLIC LIME PORK TENDERLOIN
     
    4 – ¾ # Pork Tenderloins
     
    MARINADE
    6 large garlic cloves chopped
    2 TBSP Soy Sauce
    2 TBSP Grated Fresh Gingerroot
    2 TSP Dijon Mustard
    1/3 C Fresh Lime Juice
    ½ C Olive Oil
    Cayenne to taste
     
    In a blender blend ingredients with S & P.
    Combine Pork & Marinade in a Ziploc at least 1 day or 2 days.
    Bring to room temp before grilling. Grill 15-20 minutes or 160 degrees.
    Serves 6
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    Re:Summer Grillin' - Pork Tenderloin 2010/06/30 06:58:48 (permalink)
    Looks Delish!!
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    Re:Summer Grillin' - Pork Tenderloin 2010/06/30 09:29:32 (permalink)
    That does look very good! How thick did you slice the potatoes and what is the sauce on them.
    Thanks
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    Re:Summer Grillin' - Pork Tenderloin 2010/06/30 10:40:30 (permalink)
    Ces - I cut the potatoes about a half inch thick, any thinner and you have a chance of them falling apart on the grill. The sauce on them is a combination of sour cream, cottage cheese, fresh chives from my garden, fresh crushed garlic and salt and pepper. But it has to be made ahead of time and sit in the fridge for awhile so the flavor get better!
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    Re:Summer Grillin' - Pork Tenderloin 2010/06/30 22:29:56 (permalink)
    I like the combination of the mustard sauce for the meat and the sour cream sauce for the potatoes.
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    Re:Summer Grillin' - Pork Tenderloin 2010/07/01 10:11:34 (permalink)
    seatown76

    Baileys - thank you, the potatoes were super easy. I just boiled them whole until they were just tender and then sliced them when they were cool and brushed them with oil ans sprikled them with S & P and then grilled them over the direct heat while the tenderloins were on the other side of the grill with the indirect heat.


    Do you remember what variety of potato you used?  I'd like to give them a try sometime.
     
    And since they're boiled ahead of time I can throw them into the pot with the ribs, just like JRPfeff taught me.
     
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