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deviled pork tenderloins


the government of alberta distributed this recipe (among others) at a conference i attended in calgary some years ago. it is mmmm, mmmm good, and is wonderful company fare. i find that the sauce tends to thicken quite a bit while baking, so i usually add a bit more water during the process. i would also recommend doubling the sauce (amounts given are from the original recipe). twice-baked potatoes and seasoned fresh green beans make it a truly outstanding meal (along with fresh dinner rolls, of course). hope you enjoy it.


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  1. Preheat oven to 325f
  2. In a blender
  3. Combine garlic
  4. Onion
  5. Brown sugar
  6. Ketchup
  7. Lemon juice
  8. Mustard and worcestershire sauce
  9. Blend on high speed till smooth
  10. Set aside
  11. In a frying pan
  12. Over medium-high heat
  13. Quickly brown tenderloins in a bit of oil
  14. Place in a 3-quart baking pan and spoon sauce over meat
  15. Bake for 45 to 60 minutes
  16. Basting occasionally
  17. To serve
  18. Cut in 1 / 2" slices and either drizzle sauce over the top or serve in a separate dish

Step 8

Total Time in Minute 60

Ingredients Count 8

cooking deviled pork tenderloins

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Pork tenderloin

Garlic clove


Brown sugar


Lemon juice

Dry mustard

Worcestershire sauce

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