Grilling · Main Dish · Pork

Bicentennial Pork Tenderloin

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One of my favorite go-to recipes when I’ve no energy to cook, or more important things to do. So fast, so simple, so delicious – it’s even fit for company! And because it’s grilled, no clean-up. Many thanks to Penzeys for inventing this great rub. You’ll find a printer-friendly version of the recipe at the bottom of this page.

Ingredients:

2 pork tenderloins, ~1 lb each

2 Tbsp Penzeys Bicentennial Rub

vegetable oil

Preparation:

1.) Preheat your grill on high. Trim the pork of silvery membranes & any excess fat. Rub the Bicentennial all over the pork.

trim silvery membrane
trim silvery membrane

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2.) Lightly brush the grill with the oil, & quickly place the pork on the oiled part. Close lid, and reduce temperature to medium. Cook for 10 – 15 minutes, turning every 5 minutes or so, until a thermometer inserted in the middle reaches 145°F. Remove from grill, & let rest 5 minutes or so before slicing no thicker than ½”.

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Bicentennial Pork Tenderloin


Ingredients


2 pork tenderloins, ~1 lb each
2 Tbsp Penzeys Bicentennial Rub
vegetable oil

Directions


1.) Preheat your grill on high. Trim the pork of silvery membranes & any excess fat. Rub the Bicentennial all over the pork.
2.) Lightly brush the grill with the oil, & quickly place the pork on the oiled part. Close lid, and reduce temperature to medium. Cook for 10 – 15 minutes, turning every 5 minutes or so, until a thermometer inserted in the middle reaches 145°F. Remove from grill, & let rest 5 minutes or so before slicing no thicker than ½”.

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