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Pork tenderloin grilling help #2820568 12/08/11 04:18 PM
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Got one of the hogs processed I took out at KCs cabin and am going to cook one of the loins up tonight. My uncle did a venison loin a couple weekends ago and stuffed it with jalapenos, cream cheese and wrapped in bacon. Thats what Im going to do with this one just kind of need help with grilling heat and time.

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Re: Pork tenderloin grilling help [Re: Brandon972] #2820966 12/08/11 06:38 PM
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I cook mine till the bacon gets crisp, but don't over due it too much or it will dry out on you. I prefer indirrect heat. Let it rest, slice & enjoy. Cooking time & heat varies, I just watch the bacon.

PS: I like to stuff & wrap mine, then marinate in the fridge over night before cooking. It helps. Oh, & try this too, (I love it), when it's almost done glaze it. I like to use strawberry preserves melted a little in the microwave, then spoon or brush on for the last few minutes. food up


I cooked this venison tenderloin the other day. I'm stuck in a hotel room right now so no access to bbq pit/grill. I cooked this one on an open rack in my lil' convection oven I brought along, & stuffed it with red ripe jalepenos/sweet bell peppers from my garden/onions & cream cheese. I forgot the glaze but it was awesome. smile


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Re: Pork tenderloin grilling help [Re: skinnerback] #2821008 12/08/11 06:52 PM
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Grill the outside for about 5 minutes on all sides and throw it in a 400 degree oven for 15 minutes. I dunno how thick it is, which will change the finishing time.


Re: Pork tenderloin grilling help [Re: skinnerback] #2821126 12/08/11 07:30 PM
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Originally Posted By: skinnerback
I cook mine till the bacon gets crisp, but don't over due it too much or it will dry out on you. I prefer indirrect heat. Let it rest, slice & enjoy. Cooking time & heat varies, I just watch the bacon.

PS: I like to stuff & wrap mine, then marinate in the fridge over night before cooking. It helps. Oh, & try this too, (I love it), when it's almost done glaze it. I like to use strawberry preserves melted a little in the microwave, then spoon or brush on for the last few minutes. food up


I cooked this venison tenderloin the other day. I'm stuck in a hotel room right now so no access to bbq pit/grill. I cooked this one on an open rack in my lil' convection oven I brought along, & stuffed it with red ripe jalepenos/sweet bell peppers from my garden/onions & cream cheese. I forgot the glaze but it was awesome. smile


What are those yellow things? They look to be baked potatoes but then they also look like wantons haha.



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LOL, they're baked potatoes. Golden sweet with butter, salt, & lots of pepper. Just the way I like em' lol.


Re: Pork tenderloin grilling help [Re: skinnerback] #2821343 12/08/11 08:58 PM
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Man that looks good, you take that to a hotel with you?



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Re: Pork tenderloin grilling help [Re: KRoyal] #2821365 12/08/11 09:12 PM
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Man that looks good, you take that to a hotel with you?


Yessr, brought it from home. All I have at the hotel is a two burner stove top, so I brought my little oven from home. It's not my BBQ pit, but it gets the job done lol!


Re: Pork tenderloin grilling help [Re: skinnerback] #2821390 12/08/11 09:23 PM
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That is dedication right there my friend. I would have just ordered in a pizza haha.



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That is dedication right there my friend. I would have just ordered in a pizza haha.


LOL, yeh I kinda like to cook smile Made fried backstrap & beans last night. Tonight, is garlic butter shrimp over rice. After work, I can either hit the gym or cook. Lately it's just been cooking lol.


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I cook mine on the top shelf of my grill very slow...that way you can get it cooked all the way through and not dry the outsides out...if it wild..i cook them a little more twords medium rare with domestic pork


Re: Pork tenderloin grilling help [Re: Navasot] #2821447 12/08/11 09:48 PM
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If its wild pig I usually will cook it all the way through. I'll go medium with domestic.

I would brine it and cook it til just done. If you don't know what it should be by feel, get a meat thermometer. Brining will make it juicier than bacon ever could. Plus, the bacon is usually a soggy mess.


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Thanks guys !

Now anyone got a brine ideas ?




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just inject with garlic butter and put it in a bowl of woshishishhsire and let sit in the fridge for a night


Re: Pork tenderloin grilling help [Re: Brandon972] #2823557 12/09/11 06:15 PM
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1 tablespoon of salt per every cup of water. For the loin, don't brine it too long or will be salty. 4 to 6 hours maybe. You can infuse various flavors into the meat by using crushed garlic, rosemary, tyme, etc etc....to your liking. You can google up a brine recipe, or you can buy a brine mix & just mix with water. Good juck!


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http://allrecipes.com/recipe/pork-brine/

This one is good on pork. Did some chops this way. If I was doing a loin I would brine overnight.


Re: Pork tenderloin grilling help [Re: KRoyal] #2844422 12/16/11 04:32 PM
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Originally Posted By: KRoyal
What are those yellow things? They look to be baked potatoes but then they also look like wantons haha.


OMG!! Glad you asked. I thought they were some messed up chickens or somethin'... rofl


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What are those yellow things? They look to be baked potatoes but then they also look like wantons haha.


OMG!! Glad you asked. I thought they were some messed up chickens or somethin'... rofl


What, you don't like my potatoes? lol. Pickin' on my taters.... frown I wasn't trying to make it a work of art lol, I was HUNGRY!


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What are those yellow things? They look to be baked potatoes but then they also look like wantons haha.


OMG!! Glad you asked. I thought they were some messed up chickens or somethin'... rofl


What, you don't like my potatoes? lol. Pickin' on my taters.... frown I wasn't trying to make it a work of art lol, I was HUNGRY!


Hehe!! No, I'm sure they're great. They just took a beatin' for da camera... grin


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grin


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Originally Posted By: dfwroadkill
grin


Yeh, I was only focused on the tenderloin lol. Speaking of which, I'm about to sneak out of here & try to get some more!


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You people keep confusing pork loins, and deer backstrap with tenderloins. There is a difference.



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Originally Posted By: bill oxner
You people keep confusing pork loins, and deer backstrap with tenderloins. There is a difference.



I'm not confusing anything....The pic I posted is a venison tenderloin, not a loin (back strap). I know the difference between a loin & a tenderloin.


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Originally Posted By: bill oxner
You people keep confusing pork loins, and deer backstrap with tenderloins. There is a difference.


No, I was just confused about the taters... grin


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