I love a good roasted pork tenderloin. They are quick, easy and you can change up the flavor with just a few ingredients. This Roasted Pork Tenderloin is so good, it is super moist and is ready in less than 30 minutes.
Also it is KETO/Low Carb friendly.
Its all about the seasoning
This great new spice store opened up close to me and I am obsessed with it. I love trying out all there combos and experiencing spices I have never used before. One of my favorite blends is this Signature Blend. It is loaded with tons of flavor and is coarse which helps make for a beautiful and delicious crust.
For this pork tenderloin I put on after I seared it and right before I wrapped it to roast in the oven. You could rub it on before you sear it… it is all your preference.
Sear it always
To add extra flavor and to help ensure it is super moist searing is key. For this tenderloin I seasoned it with salt & pepper and then rubbed on the seasoning blend. Not only does searing add flavor and keeps it moist but it also creates a beautiful color which I love.
I am a firm believer that you eat with your eyes first and when a dish looks delicious it probably is delicious when you finally taste it.
Yes, it is a little pink
OK, ok I know some of you might be a little nervous about pork being a little pink. For me I am a believer in a little pink will not kill you.
For tenderloins I cook them to 150-155 degrees and then let it rest for 5-10 minutes before cutting. This will help ensure all the juices have time to distribute into the meat and not run out when you cut into it. If you are not a fan of pink cook it to 160-165 degrees and then let rest and it will be amazing!
Also… then end pieces will be a little more done than the center so there is a little something for everyone.
Dinner for tonight…