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Marinated Pork Tenderloin

This video shows you how to make a slightly sweet marinade for pork tenderloin. Brown sugar and cinnamon combine with sherry, soy sauce, olive oil, and garlic powder in this simple marinade. So easy! You'll marinate the tenderloins for 6 to 12 hours and then grill them for about 20 minutes. They come off the barbeque wonderfully moist and tender. Watch the video, then get WKELLER’s 5-star recipe for Marinated Pork Tenderloin. Enjoy with a glass of chilled Riesling.

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  • Sandy F

Sorry I said beef tenderloin, it was a Pork Tenderloin. Hubby requested to have it again on Fathers Day this Sunday, thats how good it was.

  • Sandy F

I made this today and doubled the marinate, put meat and mar. in plastic bag in fridge for 9 hours. Put on grill and cooked for approx.45 min turning several times making a crispy crust all the way around. Wow, this was the best Beef Tenderloin I have ever made and I have made plenty of them. It was so juicy and oh so tender. This will be the only way I make it from now on. Hubby agrees. 5 Stars. Oops forgot I used Teriakyi Sauce not soy.

  • auntiea

This is definitely my go to marinade for pork tenderloin as well as pork chops. I have also used it for chicken thighs and legs. I don't use sherry but I love the taste of Port wine for cooking so I use that. This has become the requested dinner when we have guests who have previously joined us. I usually marinate for at least 6 hours up to 12. I have not done them on the BBQ but in a 350 degree oven for about 20-25 minutes. The tenderloin are so moist and slightly pink in centre ...perfect. Do boil down the marinade for a sauce...sublime with the meat and people who never take sauces will ask for more.