Pork Tenderloin is a super-lean cut, with a delicate, mild-mannered flavour. Also, like pork chops, it’s quick-cooking and ideal for weeknight dinners.
Because it’s so lean, pork tenderloin comes with a very mild flavor and can benefit from a spice or herb rub. It pairs well with just about any flavor profile. Try a blend with chili powder and cumin, a Chinese five-spice blend, garam masala, or a pungent rub of minced garlic and ginger.
Refrigerate or freeze on receipt. Once placed in the fridge use within 3 days. Instead of cooking pork tenderloin straight from the fridge, let it sit at room temperature for about 30 minutes before you get started. Giving the meat a chance to warm up will ensure more even cooking. Part of the beauty of this ultra-tender cut is how quickly and easily it makes its way to the table. Whether you roast it, sear it, or stir-fry it, pork tenderloin is a meat to lean on for easy 30-minute meals.