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  • Sabrina Barlow

    Pork Tenderloin - Another pinner said, "So good! The pan sauce is what it is all about. Dip your bread in it!!! (marinated in olive oil, soy sauce, red wine vinegar, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, parsley, dry mustard, pepper and garlic)" This is now my favorite pork tenderloin recipe!

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The absolute best pork ever! Delish in the crock pot, oven or tagine! Add potatoes, carrots, etc! The sauce is amazing!

PorkTenderloin w PanSauce 1⁄2c OliveOil 1⁄3c SoySauce 1⁄4c RedWineVinegar Juice 1 lemon 1-2tbsp Worcestershire 1-2tbsp fresh parsley,fine chop 2tsp DryMustard Fresh blk pepper,to taste 4cloves garlic,peel-mince 1 1-lb. Pork Tenderloin(SilverSkin removed) Combine all marinade ingredients-reserve 2-3 Tbsp. Place tenderloin w marinade in Ziplock bag-marinate for 3-4 hrs. PHoven 350 degrees.Sear ea side of tenderloin med/high for 2-3min.Cook in oven 30-40min to 160 degrees.Rest at least 5min

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