Monday, October 26, 2015

Brown Sugar Balsamic Pork Tenderloin - Pinterest Success {39}




I had a busy day last week and knew I would feel much better walking back into my house at the end of the day with a yummy main dish cooking away in the crock pot. I checked my Crock Pot Pinterest board and found a pin for a delicious sounding version of pork tenderloin. I think pork tenderloin is a great cut of meat to cook in the crock pot and can really stand up to the long, slow cooking process.

The original pin and recipe for this amazing Brown Sugar and Balsamic Pork Tenderloin can be found here and it was definitely a Pinterest success. The marinade had a distinctive balsamic, yet sweet flavor and the sage was the perfect spice to use with the pork. Served with some creamy mashed potatoes and fresh green beans, it was a wonderful and comforting week night dinner. Note: I doubled the recipe, cooked this on low in my crock pot and it was done in 7 hours rather than the 8 called for by the recipe.

Happy Monday!


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  1. I love pork tenderloin in the crock-pot! Makes me hungry and I just might make that today:) Have a blessed day dear Vicki, get some rest! HUGS!

  2. We love pork tenderloin too. This recipe sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing it, Vicki!

  3. Pork loin in the oven is very good too . . .
    I add our favorite spices, and bank the roast with veggies in season.
    Peppers, onions, sweet potatoes, green and yellow beans, zucchini and any other veggies I might have. Granny Smith apples are great in there too . . .
    Thank you for your Crock Pot idea . . . and there is one for you . . .
    325-350 . . . I use a meat thermometer . . . small loin . . .

  4. One of our favourite cuts of meat for a variety of recipes. This sounds great.

  5. That sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!


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