Grilled Pork Tenderloin

Grilled Pork Tenderloin

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My favorite thing about this tenderloin is the Montreal Steak seasoning. I really like the flavor of this peppery mixture, whether it’s on steak or pork, it’s bold and tasty. You don’t need to add any sauce when you flavor with the Montreal seasons. I like this served with mashed potatoes and corn succotash.

Grilled Pork Tenderloin
Serves:     4        Preheat Oven Temp:  N/A

Ingredients List

1/2 cup Italian Dressing
1/4 cup soy sauce
1 Tb. Montreal Steak seasoning – use more if desired
1 lb. pork tenderloin

Step-by-Step

1 In a large Ziploc® bag, combine the Italian dressing and the soy sauce.
2 Add the pork tenderloin to the bag, seal it up and toss it to coat the meat.
3 Refrigerate the tenderloin for 3-4 hours. Remove the tenderloin from the bag and toss out the marinade.
4 Rub the tenderloin with the Montreal Steak seasoning so it is covered evenly.
5 Start the grill heating and use a paper towel to rub the grate with cooking oil so the meat doesn’t stick. Grill the pork over medium-high heat for 30-40 minutes. (Thermometer reaches 160° F.)
6 If you can’t grill, brown all sides of the tenderloin in a fry pan, coated with cooking spray, over medium-high heat, then bake in a 350° F oven for 25-30 minutes or until temperature reaches 160° F.
7 Allow the pork tenderloin to rest for 5-10 minutes before slicing and serving.

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