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The Quick 2-Step Method For Perfectly Cooked Pork Tenderloin
When cooked properly, pork tenderloin should be tender and mouth-wateringly juicy. Unfortunately, not everyone knows how to optimize the tenderloin’s taste and texture.
Searing the tenderloin and then braising it for a few hours is the classic method, but if you don’t have that much time to spare, try this two-step dry roasting method instead.
Before cooking, make sure to remove the silvery connective tissue membrane that’s almost always found surrounding this cut of pork.
Start the cooking process by heating a stovetop pan to medium-high and searing the meat on all sides until it develops a rich, browned crust, which should take about eight minutes.
Then roast the tenderloin at 450 degrees Fahrenheit for about 10 minutes, or until the tenderloin reaches an internal temperature of 145 Fahrenheit before letting it rest for five minutes.
Use a meat thermometer to make sure the pork gets up to temperature. You'll have perfectly cooked tenderloin that comes together in record time, no braising needed.