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Peach Glazed Pork Tenderloin Recipe

Peach Glazed Pork Tenderloin

This peach glaze will turn pork tenderloin into a caramelized, savory, sweet, perfect vacation for your mouth.

It can be used on pork, chicken or duck (or any wild game poultry).  I think it’s best on pork tenderloin or duck.  Because…… it is rockin’ awesome.

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You don’t even need to can your own peaches to eat this – you just need to get your hand on a jar of peach preserves.

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For step by step instructions with lots of pictures go here.

To make your own peach preserves go here.

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Happy Grilling!

Candi

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Peach Glazed Pork Tenderloin Recipe
This peach glaze will turn pork tenderloin (or roasted duck) into a caramelized, savory, sweet, perfect vacation for your mouth.
Course Main Dish
Cuisine pork
Servings
Course Main Dish
Cuisine pork
Servings
Recipe Notes

To make the Glaze:

Add peach butter to a bowl.  Add 2 minced cloves garlic, 2 tbsp olive oil & mix it all together.  Set that aside and go grab your pork tenderloins.

Salt and pepper all sides of the pork and fire up the grill.

Quick Grilling lesson:  Brush your grill with some oil before using.  The tenderloin is going to cook about 15 mintues (longer depending on thickness & size).  Cook until it reaches an internal temperature of 140 degrees.  You will be turning your tenderloin every 1 1/2-2 minutes during grilling.

Begin by placing the salt & peppered pork tenderloin(s) on the center of your grill.  Cook about 2 mintues on each side.  Once you have your pork tenderloins browned on both sides go grab your peach glaze and a brush.  Start with a nice coat of peach glaze on the top.  Let this cook a bit.  Flip the guys over and bathe the other side in peach wonderfulness.  Continue to turn your tenderloin(s) every 2 mintues, brushing on the peach glaze as they cook.  Allow the glaze to caramelize and brown.

If needed, close the grill lid and cook the pork until it’s done.  Let rest 10 -15 minutes.  Slice & Serve!

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