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Seasoned Pork Tenderloin

2011 May 12
by Pamela

I promise this isn’t turning into a cooking blog.  I don’t cook enough interesting things to warrant one.  Unless you want to hear about spaghetti and tacos.  But this is another great ww recipe.  And since I’m still trying to lose my last bit (ha, 21 pounds worth of “bit”) weight, these recipes are coming in handy.

This is another super fast recipe, as long as you remember to prep it out the day before. 

4 pp/ per serving

1/2 c reduced calorie pancake syrup

1 t dry mustard

1 t ground cloves

1 t ground ginger (I HATE ginger, so used only 1/2 t)

1 t salt

1/2 t ground cinnamon

1/2 t pepper

1.5 lbs. lean pork tenderloin

Combine all the ingredients in a large ziploc bag.  Trim fat from tenderloin and cut width-wise.

Add tenderloins to bag, turn to coat, and marinate at least two hours or overnight.

Preheat broiler.  Place tenderloins in roasting pan and pour marinade over them, broil 5 inches from heat or until pork reaches 160 degrees (approximately 6 minutes per side ***Note:  mine took less time than this).  4 oz. = one serving. 

Thanks to Theresa for passing this recipe on to me after I lost it the first time.  These are slightly sweet, so something savory as a side dish would be perfect.

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