Teriyaki BBQ Pork Tenderloin. Reviews for: Photos of Slow Cooker Teriyaki Pork Tenderloin. My fiancee looooves anything smothered in teriyaki sauce and he loves pork tenderloin, so this was perfect! I substituted ground red pepper for the red chile peppers (as I'm not wild about spicy food anyway) and.
Ingredients of Teriyaki BBQ Pork Tenderloin
- You need of pork tenderloin; trimmed.
- It’s of sesame oil.
- Prepare of onion powder.
- Prepare of garlic powder.
- You need of lemon peel seasoning.
- It’s of ground white pepper.
- Prepare of sweet baby rays bbq sauce.
- It’s of teriyaki sauce.
- You need of salt.
- You need of toasted sesame seeds; for garnish.
Photo: Jennifer Causey Styling: Lindsey Lower. This was a nice spin on traditional teriyaki with a citrus kick. We decided to grill the tenderloin whole which worked well, saucing at the end so sauce didn't burn. This Teriyaki Pork Tenderloin recipe uses a simple and healthy marinade to turn out a very tender and flavorful meat.
Teriyaki BBQ Pork Tenderloin instructions
- Marinate tenderloin in 1/2 cup teriyaki sauce for 24-48 hours..
- Rinse and pat dry. Toss with sesame oil. Season..
- Spray a casserole dish with non-stick cooking spray. Pour in sauce. Place tenderloin on top of sauce. Cover..
- Roast at 350° for approximately 40 minutes. Remove cover and baste tenderloin. Continue cooking until thermometer reaches 145-155°, or desired doneness, approximately 10-15 more minutes..
- Variations; Wasabi, Worcestershire, rice vinegar, apple cider vinegar, mustard, horseradish, tarragon, parsley, rosemary, thyme, lemon, soy sauce, oyster sauce, hoisin, five spice seasoning, brown sugar, molasses, espresso powder, mirin, sake, ginger, chives, scallions, shallots, carrots, celery seed.
Teriyaki Pork Tenderloin is an excellent, healthy dinner that the whole family enjoys. It's super easy to make, so it's a good recipe to make for a weeknight dinner or a special (simple). Fold thin end of each pork tenderloin under so pork is an even thickness; secure with toothpicks. Indirect heat is used for grilling longer-cooking foods, such as pork tenderloin. Arrange coals around the edge of the grill, and place a drip pan in the center under the area where the food will be grilled.