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A simple marinade for pork loin! We all loved the crust and the juicy flavor. I trimmed the fat from the Costco loins first so that it would be extra lean.
The flavor was great, but next time I’ll add more to make it “crusted.”
This was excellent. I didn’t cook it to 160 degrees because of the change to pork cooking recommendations. I think it is now 140-145 but I think I let it go to 150 degrees and it was perfect.
So easy to do, but turned out really great. We will be making this a lot more.
Marinated for 2 days! Full of flavor and so tender
Oh my gosh, this was so good! We marinated it over night, cooked it on the bbq, and actually used a Turkey tenderloin. My husband hates Turkey, but he said this is the only way to eat it. It was absolutely perfect, and delicious. He could not stop ranting and raving about how good it was! Definitely will be keeping this recipe.
So yummy! Did 2 heaping T. Vinegar, 2 scant tsp. salt. Marinated one loin in a gallon bag while I trimmed the other, then marinated the other while the grill preheated. Seared all 4 sides on high 1.5 min., then moved to other side and grilled on large sides on low 4-5 min. each until about 145-150 degrees.