Pork Tenderloin is one of my favorite meats to grill. Lean, tender, and loaded with flavor this is one of the most versatile cuts you can grill. The secret to a great grilled pork tenderloin is to start with a marinade. Being lean, it can dry out and a marinade protects the surface and helps to add flavor. Start the tenderloin on a hot fire to build a crust on the surface and to give it the great grilled flavor it deserves. Finish the pork over a low heat to get it to the level of doneness... desired and to keep from overcooking the outside. These recipes are flavorful and are my favorites for a great grilled pork tenderloin.
01 of 09
This pork tenderloin is marinated in an Asian-style marinade that keeps the meat tender and adds a lot of delicious flavors. Marinate overnight or for at least a four hours to get the maximum effect. This is a simple and easy recipe, but with fantastic results.
02 of 09
A unique blending of sage, cumin, and other spices are used in this recipe. I recommend grilling over charcoal, but gas works just as well. If so inclined, double the marinade recipe and set half aside for brushing onto the pork while it's cooking. What makes this recipe really work is the combination of the aromatic flavors of the sage combined with the earthiness of the cumin. A great combination that makes for a perfect pork tenderloin.
03 of 09
The balsamic marinade used with this pork tenderloin recipe tenderizes and adds a rich, deep flavor. Because the tenderloin is cut into small pieces it grills hot and fast without drying out and makes for a quick, yet amazingly good meal.
04 of 09
05 of 09
This great pork loin roast is marinated in beer and honey, making it tender and flavorful. Remember to use pork loin and not pork tenderloin. It will save you a lot of money. Also, pork loin has more fat so it will stay moist under the heat of your grill.
06 of 09
This nice pork tenderloin recipe has a great Southwestern kick. This dish is best complimented by a side of grilled vegetables. The easiest way to secure these tenderloins to the rotisserie is to tie them together with kitchen string with the rotisserie spit in the middle.
07 of 09
This is a fantastic way to get pulled pork without a smoker and several hours of cooking time. The pork tenderloin is already pretty tender so it doesn't need to be smoked to get it right, quick and easy.
08 of 09
Caribbean Jerk flavors go perfectly with pork and this pork tenderloin recipe is packed full of flavor. This is a perfect summertime dish and is great served up with cut tropical fruits.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
09 of 09
This grilled pork tenderloin slow roasts on the grill as you brush it down with a tangy Hawaiian-style sauce. Top it off with grilled veggies and you've got a delicious meal.