Maple Glazed Pork Tenderloin

Looking for a fall dinner centerpiece that will impress your guests? Bring the rustic flavors of maple to your table with this deliciously glazed pork tenderloin. Start by coating the pork with a light dusting of cornstarch and spices, then sear it to produce a flavorful crust. Finish it on low heat, while basting it all the while with a rich, sweet sauce of maple syrup and molasses. Let it rest, slice, top with the sauce, and serve!

Key Takeaways:

  • Here’s an easy entree recipe that is sure to please everyone and bring the flavors of the Fall to your table.
  • A meaty pork tenderloin is enrobed in a crispy coating and then glazed with a rich maple sauce.
  • After finishing, the pork is then topped with additional sauce to add a sweet, rustic flavor profile.

“Before popping the loins in the oven, you baste them with a mixture of maple syrup, molasses, balsamic vinegar, paprika, and fresh ginger.”

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