I am telling you this grilled pork tenderloin is fabulous! The sauce is delicious. This pork will turn out so moist and with so much flavor that you will not want to put the sauce on it, but you must try the sauce!
Pork tenderloin is less expensive that some meats so this is a great dish for entertaining and especially when you have a large group of people to feed. When you serve this along side with the Orange Balsamic Sauce, you will impress everyone. I made this for a party that I had at my house, and I had to give out the recipe to almost everyone. In fact, I have made it for several people to serve at their parties.
I always put pork in a brine of salt, brown sugar and water before I cook it. This is the key to a wonderful grilled pork tenderloin. Brining is a professional cooking method for making meats succulent and tender. The salt water brine will increase the water stored in the pork so that it will stay moist while it cooks. The salt also breaks down the collagen in the meat fibers which makes the meat tender. I also love to brine pork chops and chicken. I buy my pork tenderloins at Sams.
Serve tenderloin with sauce. This will make wonderful sandwiches the next day. Also if I have a lot left over, I will chop it and place in a freezer bag in the freezer. When we need a quick lunch or dinner, I take it out, reheat, and serve with BBQ sauce.