This lean, incredibly versatile cut of pork moves easily from weeknight casual to simple elegance in no time at all. Marinate, roast, grill, stuff, or slice-and-dice your way to easy, healthy dinners.
Since tenderloin is already tender, the point of marinating is to impart great flavors into what can be a bland cut. Marinating can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 24 hours. The marinating process in this recipe takes just an hour.