This citrus and soy-marinated grilled pork tenderloin makes for a delicious grilled dinner, and you can’t beat the simplicity!
Back in the depths of winter, our good friends, Rocky and Jolyn, hosted us at their home a few hours south of where we live. Even though the ground was covered in mountains of snow, I felt like it was the middle of summer – for the simple reason that they served us this grilled pork tenderloin for dinner.
Rocky took one for the team, braving the frigid cold to tend to the grill on the deck, but the result was well worth the biting chill (right, Rocky, right??).
This tender, juicy pork tenderloin is marinated in a blend of citrus and soy, a little parsley and Worcestershire, and a few other seasonings thrown in.
Grilled to perfection, it really is one of my favorite ways to eat pork tenderloin now and I’ve made it several times since, each time serving it to company who loved it as well.
You can’t beat the simplicity of throwing a cut of meat into a quick marinade and slapping it on the grill for a delicious, easy dinner.
Rocky and Jolyn served the pork with sweet potato fries and an easy and oh-so-delicious guacamole salad, which I’ll share later this week. Although the snow is gone (hallelujah!), this grilled pork tenderloin is still a welcome dish and one that I’ll be making often through the true grilling season! Thanks, Rocky and Jolyn!