This delicious roasted pork works beautifully with lean pork tenderloin or a thicker less expensive pork loin.
I love pork tenderloin because it is so versatile. It is easy and inexpensive enough for every day, but easily dressed to impressed for a party or a crowd. This recipe would be great for both.
The only thing to watch for is cooking time and temperature. Overcooked pork tenderloin is a travesty. A cheap little instant read meat thermometer will take care of business, though. Take the roast out when the temp reaches 140 degrees and let it sit for 10 minutes before you serve it, and you will never have to worry about overcooked, dried out pork tenderloin again.
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