A sliced pork tenderloin on a cutting board
Get Perfect Crust On Pork Tenderloin Using A Cast Iron Skillet
To achieve pork tenderloin that's crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, use a cast iron skillet, which has good heat retention and a nonstick surface.
Cast iron skillets also have the unique advantage of being able to go from stovetop to oven seamlessly, which is crucial for the two-step method of cooking pork tenderloin.
A cast iron skillet's versatility allows control of the cooking process without switching
pans. Even with high searing temperatures, a good cast iron skillet can last a lifetime.