30 Minute Grilled Pork Tenderloin

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30 Minute Grilled Pork Tenderloin from 101 Cooking For Two

Excellent and faster than a speeding pizza dude. And a heck of a lot tastier and healthier. This is a simplified recipe that really deliveries.

Trim it. Season it. Grill it. All in about 30 minutes. Sorry but that’s all I have today. Extremely simple… Extremely good.

Rating

 Pork tenderloin is always wonderful and this will not disappoint.

Start preheating the grill on high. Clean and oil. Rinse and pat dry the a pork tenderloin.

Trim of any excess fat and the silverskin.

A moderate sprinkle of 7:2:1 (see post here)

Place over high heat. Grill for 5 minutes then turn 1/4 turn. Do this for all four sides. 20 minutes total and the internal temp should be about 150 and done.

30 Minute Grilled Pork Tenderloin
by September-11-2011

Excellent and faster than a speeding pizza dude. And a heck of a lot tastier and healthier. This is a simplified recipe that really deliveries.
Ingredients
  • 1 pork tenderloin trimmed
  • to taste 7:2:1 or 7:2:2 seasoning
Instructions
1) Start preheating the grill on high. Clean and oil. Rinse and pat dry the a pork tenderloin.Trim of any excess fat and the silverskin.2) A moderate sprinkle of 7:2:13) Place over high heat. Grill for 5 minutes then turn 1/4 turn. Do this for all four sides. 20 minutes total and the internal temp should be about 150 and done.
Details

Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 3-4

Updated

September 14 2011

DrDan

Comments

  1. says

    Thank you FDA for finally lowering the required internal temp of pork roasts!

    Do you have any tricks for keeping the tenderloin upright on the skinny sides? If I’m cooking two, I just lean them against each other. But for one, most times it falls over during the cook.

  2. says

    It depends on the particular chunk of pig. If it is more triangular then I treat it like it’s three sided. Then I would do 5 minutes times 3 and then a couple of minutes on each side again. I try not to go over 5 minutes at a time for a tenderloin on high or it get tough.

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