- 1 pound Pork Loin1 whole tenderloin
- 1.2 cloves Garlic
- 1/3 teaspoon Salt
- 1/6 teaspoon Pepper
- 2 teaspoons finely chopped Fresh Rosemary
OR (instead of fresh Rosemary)
- 2/3 teaspoon leaves Dried Rosemarycrumbled
Prepare the Garlic
Heat the oven to 425º and then spray the baking pan with cooking spray. Peel and crush the garlic. REMEMBER: Garlic can be crushed in a special tool called garlic press, or by pressing with the side of a knife or mallet to break into small pieces.
Prepare the Pork Tenderloin
Sprinkle salt, pepper, rosemary, and garlic on all sides of pork tenderloin, then rub it. REMEMBER: When using Dried rosemary, crumble the herbs in the palm of your hand to release more flavor before rubbing them onto the pork. Place the meat in the sprayed pan.
You'll have your homemade pork tenderloin with rosemary shortly
Cook uncovered 27 to 30 minutes or until the meat thermometer inserted in the thickest part of pork reads 160º or pork is slightly pink when you cut into the center. Cut pork crosswise into thin slices and you'll have your homemade pork tenderloin with rosemary! Enjoy
Pork Tenderloin with Rosemary is a simple recipe, with few ingredients but full of flavor. If you want to serve a great dish for dinner but don’t have much time at hand, try this pork Tenderloin with Rosemary and you’ll have a double win.
Content on this recipe…
What tastes better than rosemary with pork? Add some garlic, salt, and pepper and you have a tasty meal for dinner. This is an easy and great-tasting pork tenderloin seasoned with garlic and rosemary. Roasted carrots and asparagus make good side dishes to complete this relatively quick and easy meal. This recipe has all of the comfort food goodness that brings the whole family together. Is there anything quite like pork roast? The way it melts in your mouth after spending time in the oven and filling your house with the most delicious aroma. The day I made this, my husband came home and said he could smell this Rosemary Garlic Pork Roast from outside. Well, maybe he likes a lot what I prepare every time, he knows I don’t like to make the same meal every day and maybe he’s in love with my style… who knows :D… Anyway, back to the pork with rosemary, you should try this recipe and don’t be afraid because it has few ingredients. Trust me, it will “rock your taste buds“!
If you change your mind regarding this recipe, I have a solution for you. You can transform this recipe into teriyaki pork tenderloin, an Asian meal that will tickle your taste buds. To transform it, you will need to have more ingredients in your kitchen, therefore, when it is shopping time, buy the ingredients for both dishes, not only for one of them. This recipe is simple, the teriyaki one is a bit more complex… you choose which one you’ll like.
Normally, some of my recipes specify for cover the meat when roasting, but Pork Tenderloin with Rosemary doesn’t need to be covered. Because you need the meat to be roasted on the outside and pinky in the middle, the best option is to cook uncovered.
If you want to marinate pork, it is better to go for teriyaki recipe instead of this one. Pork tenderloin with rosemary is the quicker version of the teriyaki tenderloin. But, the answer is still yes, you can marinate pork 24h before if you want to, but it is an unnecessary additional step.
- Essential Equipment: For the most efficient way to make this dish to be the best it can, you need a baking pan, such as an 8-inch square or 11 × 7-inch rectangles.
- Try this recipe with a simple side dish like cooked baby carrots, green peas, or mashed potatoes.
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