Maple-Glazed Pork Tenderloin for Two

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Maple-glazed pork tenderloin is a New England tradition—and since a small tenderloin is just enough for two, we knew it would be a perfect addition to our scaled-down repertoire.

A cookbook recipe exclusively for All-Access members from All-Time Best Dinners for Two

SERVES2

TIME45 minutes

Maple-Glazed Pork Tenderloin for Two
All-Time Best Dinners for Two

A cookbook recipe exclusively for All-Access members from All-Time Best Dinners for Two

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS

Searing the meat gave it a flavorful browned exterior and created a fond we could use to build our glaze. Maple syrup, mustard, cider vinegar, a little bourbon, and a pinch of cayenne provided a balanced glaze with sweet, smoky, tart, and s...

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