Friday, July 13, 2012

How to Brine and Grill the Perfect Pork Tenderloin

I absolutely love grilling pork - especially since I learned the secret to moist, succulent, flavourful chops, roasts, and tenderloins every single time: Brining.

A brine is a mixture of salt, sugar, and spices that permeates the meat and tenderizes it. This is particularly important with lean cuts of pork that don't have much fat. An un-brined chop or tenderloin on the grill can be dry and tough, but brined will give you a restaurant quality dish everyone is going to love!

Please enjoy my short how to video to see how easy it is to put together this incredible dish!

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The mango salsa recipe I used is from All Recipes and can be found HERE.

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1 comment:

  1. I love what brining a chicken or turkey does. Why have I not thought to do it with pork?? I know what I will be doing with the pork tenderloin I have in the freezer. It really does make the meat so moist and tender. Thanks for sparking ideas for me.