Photo: Johnny Autry; Styling: Leigh Ann Ross
Hands-on Time
10 Mins
Total Time
25 Mins
Yield
Serves 4 (serving size: 3 ounces)

When it's too nippy to fire up the barbie, stovetop-grill your way to a toasty, charred flavor.

How to Make It

Combine ginger, honey, juice, and soy sauce in a bowl, stirring with a whisk until smooth. Heat a grill pan over medium-high heat, and coat with cooking spray. Sprinkle pork with 1/2 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper. Add pork to grill pan; cook 15 minutes or until a thermometer registers 145° or until desired degree of doneness, basting frequently with sauce. Let stand for 5 minutes before serving.

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Ratings & Reviews

Very good , made acople changes

foodieforpeace
August 24, 2015
I cooked the pork on the grill -yummie it didn't burn ,i did cut the  honey in half and added the remainder plus a little extra  agarve nectar and added just a bit of fresh OJ-it was perfect , moist ,fresh citrus flavor .

KatieDub314's Review

BeckyJL
April 24, 2014
I consider myself to be an above average cook so I tried cooking on the stove anyway.... the honey will burn immediately! Unless you want to scrub burnt sugar out of a pan all night, try this on the grill!

bendercath's Review

missakay76
February 24, 2014
Thank you to everyone for your advice on this recipe. Because there is still snow on our BBQ grill, I opted to bake the tenderloin rather than grill it on the stovetop and it was quite tasty. I let the tenderloin sit in the sauce to marinate for about an hour before I put it in the oven. I think it could be even better if it were marinated longer and also if it were put on the outdoor grill. Very yummy, great flavor.

carolfitz's Review

susanPeneguy
February 21, 2014
My mistake in not paying attention to the photo and using some common sense. Of course the honey burned before the pork was done. Little flavor and too much mess on the grill pan. Served yams mashed with a bit of brown sugar & o.j.

refinnej70's Review

badkitty
January 29, 2014
Delicious! I seared on the stove but finished it in the oven. I made this with the bacon & leek r issotto on CL. Great combo.

Emz101's Review

daneanp
January 23, 2014
As someone who doesn't really like pork this was delicous. The cooking was a bit off for me, I cooked it in the grill pan for the allotted time but it wasnt cooked through so I stuck it in a 400 oven for 35 minutes in a glass baking dish and threw the sauce over top. It was a delicous marinade. I served this with sauteed zucchini, cauliflower puree and shrimp stuffed mushrooms.

foodieforpeace's Review

wzrv29
April 15, 2012
Read reviews and used this "sauce" as a marinade instead. Added 1/4-1/2 tsp chili garlic sauce for a kick. Served with Sour Cream Dill Potato Salad and sauteed spinach with garlic. We thought it was yummy. Grilled out instead of in so no smoke issues.

Gviolette's Review

KatieDub314
March 15, 2012
This was simply lacking in flavor. If I make it again I'll use the glaze as a marinade. Of course the pork was tender and cooking time was on point.

daneanp's Review

Janel8
February 12, 2012
This was just ok. I used the basting sauce as a marinade and had the pork in the sauce for about 5 hours before grilling it on our Traeger BBQ. The meat came out moist and delicious but the flavors were lacking. There are many better CL pork recipes out there. I recommend Roast Pork Tenderloin with Plum Barbecue Sauce - only slightly more effort for a LOT more flavor.

BeckyJL's Review

Mama2znc
February 04, 2012
Flavor was outstanding! I cooked on the grill rather than in a grill pan and it came out perfect. Depend on your meat thermometer and don't over cook! It makes all the difference!