Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Easy Pork Tenderloin with Cavender's Seasoning

Happy Friday! 

I don't know about you, but I am really glad it's Friday.  Getting back into the groove of school, homework, and sports has been tough!

Dinnertime during these busy seasons can be disjointed, eating at different times or eating together late.  This easy pork tenderloin requires little prep, cooks quickly, and is full of flavor.  You can even prepare it ahead of time and slice for mini sandwiches.
Easy Pork Tenderloin with Cavender's Seasoning

1 package pork tenderloin
Mayo or olive oil for coating meat
Cavender's Greek Seasoning

Preheat oven to 500 degrees on broil.
To prepare meat, coat entire surface of tenderloin with either mayo or olive oil.  Then, generously sprinkle Cavender's Greek Seasoning over entire surface of meat. 
Transfer to a foil-lined grill pan sprayed with Pam.  Broil at 500 degrees for about 20 minutes, or until crust forms.  Turn oven down to 325 degrees and continue cooking for about 15 minutes or until done.
Allow meat to sit for a few minutes before slicing.

Recipe adapted from Lisa Fischer's Crockpot Wednesday on B98.5!

1 comment:

Rettabug said...

Hi Amanda!

I have never heard of Cavender's Greek Seasoning, so I just googled it to see the package. I am going to pick some up on my next shopping trip, as I think doing a small pork tenderloin like you've made will be perfect for just the 2 of us, plus enough for "reruns". LOL I hate to call them "leftovers".

Thanks for mentioning the seasoning & for the times & temps on how you cook it. I have obviously been doing mine for too long!