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This was declared a winner tonight! Yum! I had one pound of tenderloin in my freezer and this recipe was chosen for it cutting the recipe exactly in half! I marinated it only two hours. How lucky we were! I would say that you should salt and pepper the pork as you prepare to BBQ it. It was delicious! Thank you so much sooz!
This was so good! Due to a change in plans, this marinaded for two days. Loved it. Didn't change a thing. I did boil the leftover marinade and used as a sauce. I actually ate two pieces of it, and I rarely eat more than one piece of any meat at a meal. Will be making again for sure! Thanks for this recipe!
Overall I liked this recipe and so did my kids. But it was too strong. We all liked the flavor but it was a little bit too much - a little too sweet and a little too salty. I made it exactly as directed and marinated it only one hour and it was too much. And I used Tamari which is less salty than regular soy. Next time I will halve the soy and honey maybe add some orange juice or even salt water to make enough liquid to simulate the 2/3 C called for in the recipe.
I am giving this recipe the benefit of the doubt with my 4-star rating but I actually wasn't impressed. While eating it Hubs said it was good but the guy who loves leftovers hasn't touched the rest that's now been sitting in the fridge for two days. I made half the recipe for one tenderloin and let it marinade for about six hours. Sorry but this one just didn't do it for me.
We made this a year ago and then I lost the recipe! We marinate the pork as instructed and shake the bag once in a while to coat the pork. We do not own a grill so we simply fry the pork in a pan and it comes out beautifully. It's sweet and salty without being overwhelming. Make it with mashed potatoes and gravy and it's always a hit in our household. LOVE this one! (EDIT: I would like to add that we usually make this with some regular pork chops cut into cubes not pork tenderloin and they turn out just as delicious! Also these do not make good leftovers so eat it all while it's fresh.)
I make this recipe all the time since it is so easy. I sometime only marinade it for 10 minutes and it is still great. I passed it on to my niece who is getting married in a couple of months. A bonus is that my name is Sheila.