How to Make Garlic Butter Pork Tenderloin | The Stay At Home Chef

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Today on The Stay At Home Chef
I’m showing you how to make
Garlic Butter Pork Tenderloin
This pork tenderloin is super simple
but it’s incredibly delicious!
To start, you’ll need 2 pork tenderloins
which should be about two pounds
Then we’re going to take some salt
and season our loins with a little bit of
salt
flip it over, get the other side too
And then we’ll also season it
with a little bit of black pepper
and you can kind of rub it in
and get the other side as well
and last we’re going to get some herbs on
there
with 1 teaspoon of Italian seasoning
We’ll just sprinkle that on and
rub it in on both sides as well
Once you have your pork tenderloins all seasoned
up
we’re going to head on over to the stove
and get a large heavy skillet
heating over medium heat.
You’ll want to melt 1/2 cup of butter
Once the butter is all melted
we’re going to add in 5 cloves of minced garlic
And I just add that in there and start sauteeing
it a little bit in the butter
The garlic really only needs about 1 minute
to cook
in order to release all of its flavor
Then we’re going to take our pork tenderloins
and sear them right in that garlic butter
You’ll want to brown your pork tenderloin
all over on all of the sides so make sure
you keep turning it.
See how it gets just kissed with brown?
That’s exactly what we’re looking for.
This is going to finish cooking in the oven
so if you are using something like a cast
iron pan
like I am, you can slide it straight into
the oven.
If not, you’ll need to transfer it all into
a baking dish.
So we’ll just slide this right into the oven.
You’ll want a 425 degree oven on that.
It’ll take about 10 to 15 minutes to finish
cooking.
Pork needs to be cooked to an internal temperature
of 145 degrees for medium rare which is
what I highly recommend when it comes
to pork tenderloin
or you can go up to 160
Don’t go any further than that or you’ll end
up
with a really dry piece of meat.
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8 comments

  1. I only ever do teriyaki pork tenderloin but my gosh this is so simple and looks so good, will be trying it out later this week!

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