Maple-Glazed Pork Tenderloin

From Pork Two Ways

Maple-Glazed Pork Tenderloin

Why This Recipe Works

To devise a pork tenderloin recipe with perfectly cooked meat, we settled on a stovetop-to-oven method that gave us a good crust and a succulent and tender interior. For a balanced and substantial maple glaze that would adhere to the meat, ...

Why This Recipe Works

To devise a pork tenderloin recipe with perfectly cooked meat, we settled on a stovetop-to-oven method that gave us a good crust and a succulent and tender interior. For a balanced and substantial maple glaze that would adhere to the meat, we mixed the syrup with molasses and mustard, primed the tenderloin with cornstarch so the glaze would bond to it, and applied a second coat of the glaze when the meat was nearly done.

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Pork Two WaysSeason 10, Ep. 1005

Join us as we reveal the secrets to cooking thick-cut pork chops and infusing velvety pork tenderloin with sweetness.