Texas Recipe: All Fired Up Grilled Pork Tenderloin


If you’re looking to show some impressive culinary skills to that special someone or just to show off to your friends, this Texas recipe will leave them speechless from the taste of the food to the professional looking presentation, while remaining relatively easy for you to prepare. This fine recipe was made by Anne Connally out of Dallas Texas, and is one of the most delicate and equally delicious parts of a pig, especially if you consider With the flavorsome grilled pork tenderloin, this type of dish is without a doubt one of the most popular Texas foods found in places such as Dallas, Fort Worth, and Houston.

An important part of cooking pork tenderloin is finding a ‘rub’ that suites you and your company’s’ taste. Many Texas foods use rubs as an enhancer for many different type of meat. A ‘rub’ is a terrific way to add a completely new depth of flavor to your meat. It allows the flavors and ingredients to marinate on the surface of the meat, as well as soak deep into the meat leaving you with a flawless and evenly spaced flavor throughout the tenderloin. If you don’t know how to make a rub, don’t worry. This Texas recipe provides you with an easy, effortless way to create your own delicious rub.

You should always make your rub prior to preparing or cooking your meat. You should start this part of the Texas recipe with a small mixing bowl using the following ingredients:

1 tbsp Garlic, freshly minced
1 tsp Salt, or to taste
1 tsp Black Pepper
3 tbsp Coffee beans (unflavored), freshly ground in large pieces
2 tbsp Olive Oil
3 tbsp Balsamic vinegar

To make the rub, you will gradually mix each ingredient in your mixing bowl. Your product will be a tasteful rub to compliment your tenderloin. Once you have finished preparing your coffee rub, your next step is to take a portion of the coffee rub and spread it over a section of the tenderloin, repeating this until you have covered the tenderloin evenly and have used the entire rub. In this Texas recipe, you should have one package of pork tenderloin, which typically consists of 2 or 2 ½ pounds. While you are busy applying your rub, make sure to start your grill so that you will have a decent fire with medium heat ready to go once you finish putting on your rub.

After that, you’ll be ready to grill this appetizing Texas recipe. Put your tenderloin over the fire and let it cook for a total of 20 minutes, rotating the meat as you go. During this time, you can pull out your favorite savory grilling and dipping sauce. For this Texas recipe, we use Dean’s All Fired Up! Grilling and Dipping Sauce. Using ¾ cup of the sauce, brush the sauce over the entire surface of the meat making sure to get all sides and use multiple layers of sauce. This is going to accentuate the flavor of the rub and the meat, while providing its own spice and flavor. Let this cook for another 5-8 minutes before removing the tenderloin from the grill. Once you have it off the grill, place the tenderloin on a cutting board and allow it to rest for 5-10 minutes before cutting it into medium sized slices. Lightly douse the remaining sauce on the tenderloin slices before serving a delicious Texas recipe.

As promised, your company will be astonished by your culinary art when you present them with this Texas food favorite and with a rather quick, inexpensive, and easy cooking method by using this Texas recipe. The impressive depth of flavor and tenderness through the tenderloin will have them asking you to cook them more Texas foods all the time!


Source by Chris Waldo

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