Pork Tenderloin

Pork Tenderloin

Happy Monday, I hope you had a lovely weekend. Did you get your entry in for the new giveaway? Today’s recipe just needs you to add some potatoes and your favorite green veggie and this Pork Tenderloin isa wonderful Sunday meal.

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What You Need

3-4 Lb boneless pork loin (do not remove fat)

3 Tbsp. olive oil

1 tsp. Pepper

1 Tbsp. Salt

2 tsp. Garlic powder (not garlic salt)

1 tsp. Dried thyme

1 tsp. Dried rosemary

1 tsp. Dried basil

Roasting pan with rack



Meat thermometer

Before You Start: Preheat oven to 475 °

Let Make It! Combine all ingredients in bowl and whisk together. Place the pork loin on the rack in the roasting pan. Pour mixture over the top of the tenderloin a little bit at a time and rub it in using your fingers or the back of a spoon (fingers work best). Be sure to coat it well with the herb mixture. Cook the tenderloin for about 35 minute then reduce the heat to 425 ° and cook for an additional hour. Check the temperature (it should be between 155° and 160°). Remove the roast from the oven and let it stand for 15-20 minutes before serving.This is important to retain the juices and keep it nice and tender.

Serves 4-6
Do you cook pork tenderloin?

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  1. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    That looks and sounds fantastic. Now I’m hungry :)

  2. Sounds like a delicious recipe and am pinning. Thanks Katherine!!

  3. I love pork Katie! This looks so good. Thanks for sharing on Creative Monday and have a wonderful day.

  4. Looks gorgeous doll, am hungry now 😉 Have a wonderful week xx

  5. Great recipe! We enjoy pork tenderloin at least once month. I add a side of baked apples to our pork meals too! It’s a nice change from the regular

  6. this looks delicious!

  7. We love pork tenderloin but I certainly don’t make it often enough!

  8. I always forget how easy pork loin is to make. This sounds yummy :)

  9. We had 1en of these delicious tenderloins cooked up for a recent family wedding. The groom did all the preparation, using a recipie almost identical to the one you used Katie. It was marvelous with baby potatoes and peas, covered with a thick gravy. MMMMM now I am hungry!

  10. I love to eat it but not good at cooking it

  11. Pork tenderloin is so good. This makes it look very easy to fix too. Great pictures.

    We are hosting a new party at Tumbleweed Contessa – What’d You Do This Weekend? I’d love for you to bring this over. Grab a button and come back each Monday to see what everyone has done over the weekend.

    Have a wonderful day! Linda

  12. Whoo sounds very tasty :) thanks for sharing with us at Creative Mondays :)

  13. We eat pork tenderloin a couple of times a year. My favorite version is on the grill, so we usually make it in summertime.


    I need to go see that cute cupcake you have posted in your recipe log!

  14. Show and Tell Saturday is LIVE at Sassy Little Lady! I’d love to have you come join the party!



  15. sounds amazing!!!!

  16. Thanks so much for linking to Make the Scene Monday @ Alderberry Hill. You are being featured tomorrow morning!
    I hope you are having a wonderful weekend, and join me tomorrow night for Make the Scene Monday #61!

  17. I love pork tenderloin. I actually have some in the freezer so I may well just try this out!

    Jordan – jbseatsandtreats.blogspot.com

  18. Thanks so much for sharing at Simple & Sweet Fridays. This recipe looks delicious! Happy Valentine’s.



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