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dijon encrusted pork tenderloin


this is so easy and quick. each tenderloin should serve 2 people; simply double or triple for more people. this is a favorite at our house and the leftovers (if there are any) make a great sandwich to take to work or school the next day.


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  1. Place tenderloin in greased baking dish
  2. Spread dijon mustard over top of tenderloin
  3. Sprinkle pepper
  4. Thyme and rosemary on top of dijon coating
  5. Bake at 350 for 45 minutes
  6. Or until done as shown by meat thermometer

Step 4

Total Time in Minute 50

Ingredients Count 5

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Pork tenderloin

Dijon mustard

Fresh ground pepper

Dried thyme

Dried rosemary

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