Maple-Sage Roasted Pork Tenderloin

  • fairydragonstar Posted: 11/15/08
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    This is so Yummy and So simple...you can serve for company or use it for a quick weeknight meal

  • MotorcycleCook Posted: 11/07/08
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    Super easy and delicious. I followed the recipe for the seasonings but cooked it in the microwave in my Pampered Chef covered baker in 7 and 1/2 minutes. Came out super moist. I will be making this often.

  • daneanp Posted: 12/13/08
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    Quick easy and delicious - but next time I'll marinate the pork a bit longer as I felt the maple flavor wasn't quite strong enough to balance the sage. The family loved it though and we'll definitely make this one again.

  • MomBon58 Posted: 01/06/09
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    Easy Easy, yum

  • atremag Posted: 11/10/10
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    I didn't measure the sage or the maple syrup. I probably used 1 Tbsp of sage and 1/4 cup maple syrup. The pork came out super moist. It had a very nice maple and sage flavor. I served it with roasted brussel sprouts tossed with sage. Great for a weeknight meal, but could be dressed up for a nicer occassion. Would definitely make again.

  • marsco27 Posted: 12/27/08
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    Excellent as our Christmas dinner. I did make more marinade and marinaded it longer. Moist, tasty and got raves from a crowd use to a more expensive beef tenderloin at Christmas.

  • perschef Posted: 05/23/09
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    I can't believe this was rated a 5. It lacked flavor and it was not pretty. I ended up brushing it with more maple syrup to give it a little lift. That really didn't help. I definitely will not be making this again. If I were to make it again, I would marinate it longer and brown it before roasting. That might help. However, it was easy.

  • vaanders Posted: 02/22/09
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    I'm not wild about pork, but my Dad is. I decided to make this for him and it was excellent. My dad also LOVED it! I followed the recipe exactly--don't forget to tent the foil at the end. The meat was very juicy.

  • BiteSize Posted: 11/03/09
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    So simple and so delicious! I used about 1/4 cup maple syrup and 1 tablespoon sage it it came out great! I will make this again really soon.

  • mja489 Posted: 03/18/14
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    pretty boring - there are much better tenderloin recipes out there. I am sure it would be better on the grill, but as it was it didn't brown and took longer to cook (although I did have a lot of stuff in the oven.) It did not have much flavor.

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