Roasted Pork Tenderloin with White Wine, Garlic and Rosemary

I went to a friend’s place for a cookout a few years ago and discovered pork tenderloin. Up until then, I had always had pork as chops or ham. I was amazed at how tender, juicy and tasty this cut was. And it was so easy to cook! The version I had was pre-seasoned, but I’ve found it’s very easy to season myself. It’s also easy to cook, whether it’s grilled, slow cooked or roasted in the oven.

I love garlic, and I cook it in just about everything I make. Here is one of my favorite recipes for Roasted Pork Tenderloin with White Wine, Garlic and Rosemary. This is a simple marinade and tastes great whether it’s marinated for a few hours or overnight!

Recipe Author: Ericka Breedlove at Chef PickyKid and Me
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The Ingredients

The ingredients list for this recipe is pretty short, and it was all easy to find. I spent a little over $10 on the pork tenderloin. Not bad since I got 4 servings out of it.

Roasted Pork Tenderloin with White Wine, Garlic and Rosemary
Pork tenderloin, white wine, lemon, rosemary, garlic, onion, and olive oil

The Process

Most of the “work” on this recipe is making the marinade. It took me 5 minutes to get it ready. One thing not mentioned in the recipe is trimming the silverskin. I ended up trimming it after I marinated the meat overnight. I don’t recommend that method! Take a few minutes to trim the silverskin before marinating.

I had my roasted pork tenderloins ready to serve in 45 minutes. They had a great sear in 8 minutes instead of the listed 10. The meat also cooked much faster than the 45 minutes listed. Mine was done to perfection in 20 minutes, and I let it stand for another 10 minutes after that. A foil tent kept it warm while standing.

Marinating the pork tenderloin
Marinating the pork tenderloin

So how was it?

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This roasted pork tenderloin recipe a garlic lover's dream! The meat was slightly crisp on the outside but still juicy and tender. The garlic really stood out, of course, and enhanced the clean taste of the pork beautifully. The rosemary and wine were there but subtle, and I couldn't taste the onion at all. This dish is really easy to prepare, and it makes an elegant presentation.
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