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Thursday, April 2, 2009

POMegranate Glazed Pork Tenderloin

Remember this?

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Well, last night I used some to make this:

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It's a POMegranate Glazed Pork Tenderloin that I made using the leftover pomegranate syrup I made a few weeks ago with my POM Wonderful juice. Since I had already used the syrup to make some delicious ice cream, I wanted to try it in a savory recipe too. Pork marries well with so many different fruits, so I thought I'd try it with a pomegranate twist.

This dish was so ridiculously simple to prepare that I'm almost embarrassed to tell you about it. Except, that it was so darn tasty, it wouldn't be fair of me NOT to tell you about it.

First of all, you need to make some pomegranate syrup (or molasses as some have called it). You can find the recipe in my Pomegranate Chocolate Chunk Ice Cream post.

Then, salt and pepper your tenderloin and brown it on all sides in a hot skillet using a little olive oil.

After that, brush the pork with the syrup and roast it in a pre-heated 400 degree F. oven for about 10-15 minutes until it is cooked to your liking.

Let the meat rest for a few minutes, slice it up and DIG IN!

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THAT'S IT!

Here's another fast, easy and delicious pork tenderloin recipe from the SGCC archives:

Pecan-Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Georgia Chutney

43 comments:

Rachelle @ "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" said...

Mmm, looks so good! I did some POM pork chops the other week too and it was a huge hit here. :)

Kris said...

Wow that picture is enough to make me crave pork, that says something right there! Looks delicious!

Claire said...

THAT looks simply delicious! If I can find some of that I may be using this on my pork loin that's awaiting use in the freezer!

5 Star Foodie said...

The pom glazed pork tenderloin looks excellent! I will have to try this soon!

Ingrid said...

Oh, yum! Seriously outside of eaford pork is my absolute fave! Love, love, love this! Best part is my children will too!
~ingrid

Ingrid said...

Oops that was supposed to be seafood! Really I'm not a totaly typing idiot!
~ingrid

MaryBeth said...

OMG....I can't stop drooling, this looks extremely delish!!

Cynthia said...

Wickedly good!

Kristen said...

I love pork tenderloin and the way you fixed it here looks amazing!
I hope this doesn't come off the wrong way, because I have ALWAYS loved your pictures, but these photos are so professional looking... did you get a new camera? They are spot on perfect!

Nina Timm said...

Both pictures are awesome and the taste of that pork must have been out of this world!

Nick said...

This sounds incredible. Pork + sweetness is always an excellent combination. I've got 2 outstanding pork tenderloins sitting in the freezer, must give this a try.

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

I love pomegranate molasses... OMG, that pork tenderloin looks so moist and cooked to perfection!

I love the first shot!

Cheers,

Rosa

NĂºria said...

Gosh Susan! Your pictures are so inviting and awesome... I have to wear a bib when I come to see your recipes!
This one is particularly delicious, Yum!!!!

Maris said...

This sounds delicious, I love pomegranate but sometimes desserts with it are too sweet. This sounds like a great complement to pork tenderloin!

StickyGooeyCreamyChewy said...

Thanks so much for your great comments! I'm thrilled that you like my pork tenderloins. I almost didn't post it because I kind of threw it together at the last minute, but now, I'm glad I did!

Kristen- You're sweet! I've been using the same camera (Canon Rebel XTi) for a little over a year. I think I've just learned how to use it a little better with practice. Also, I got a new, very sturdy tripod for Xmas. Now, I have a lot more control over my shots and my camera doesn't shake. It makes the photos much clearer. I still have a long way to go, though!

Screamin' Mama said...

Your pork looks delicious and very juicy! I'm always worried when making my pork roast that it comes out dry. :0(

onlinepastrychef said...

Yum! I love low-effort, high-impact food:) That POM syrup is versatile stuff!

Teri @ Make A Whisk said...

This looks very good. I saw something similar(ish) on Good Eats last night, on the Food Network. I love any pork & fruit combination though, so I'm sure it would be good.

Helene said...

I have to go get some POM now. Never had this before. I should make this recipe. Looks so good.

The Duo Dishes said...

Pom pom for everyone! Delicious.

noble pig said...

Oh my word this is stupendous...holy canolli, I need to get some POM!

J.Danger said...

this looks good! and I saw your twitter last night about seeing right after too! Nice call!

Susan from Food Blogga said...

Damn. Those are some fine looking pictures. :)

Astra Libris said...

Oh my, this is too funny - I just posted a recipe about pom molasses glazed lamb! Great minds... :-)

Your pork looks incredible!! I shall definitely try your recipe in the near future!

Elyse said...

Wow! That syrup is so versatile. I just love that it transitions from sweet to savory with such ease. Man, does this pork tenderloin look fabulous.

RecipeGirl said...

Mmmmm! We love our pork tenderloin. Happy to have a new recipe, especially since I have a giant bottle of POM in my fridge!!

Mary said...

Oh hooray! A quick and easy meal that I have all the ingredients for! It does sound ridiculous easy, but it also sounds so way delicious. Do you think this would work on chicken too?

The Short (dis)Order Cook said...

Sometimes the simplest things are the best. All too often you see cooks (especially those on TV) dousing their food with 20 ingredients. All you need is one good standout ingredient that pairs well with what you're cooking andyou have a delectable recipe.

That pork looks so tender. I think you don't need a knife to cut it!

StickyGooeyCreamyChewy said...

Astra Libris- I saw Alton Brown use this on lamb too. I'll bet it would be great!

Mary- I think it would be terrific on chicken. I'm planning to try that myself, as soon as I make more syrup.

Joie de vivre said...

Your pictures are gorgeous!

Sophie said...

Your pork looks delightfully yummie :)!!!

Ronda said...

Hi Susan, I saw that I have another follower. Woo Hoo, I could use another! I have been following you for a very long time, I love your blog. That Pom glaze looks amazing! I can't wait to make that. I buy that juice all the time in the summer. It makes a great Martini, with lime and a sugared rim. Your recipes are always yummy. Hope your having a great weekend!
XO

Tangled Noodle said...

What an awesomely simple and delicious dish! I'm going to make some more POM syrup!

burpandslurp said...

love it love it love it! what a dish! full of antioxidants from the POM, too, and I bet it also adds this really nice tangy sour flavor. that POM sure is versatile!

veron said...

Oh ,yum! I love pork and this sounds phenomenal with the Pom juice.

Simply...Gluten-free said...

Love that POM picture! Sounds so yummy.

Jeff said...

Happy I found your blog. I have been plotting a pomegranate braised pork shoulder for dinner tonight. Awesome job!

Nicole said...

Oh yum. I wish I could convince my sister of something like this for Easter as opposed to the HAM!!! But our family is so large... With kids... maybe 35 or more....

Ulla said...

That looks fantastic!

The Short (dis)Order Cook said...

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Kevin said...

That pork looks tasty!

Manggy said...

Oh gosh, that looks so moist and flavorful all the way through. I love sweet flavors with pork! :)

Peter M said...

Fabulous shot of the glaze...the meat would get a delicate dipping in there too!