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Unread 06-30-2013, 08:47 AM   #1
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Default Smoked boneless pork tenderloin roast

Hello Brethrens/Sisterens,

I am doing a low/slow 5.5lb boneless pork tenderloin roast today on my 22.5 performer OTG. I was wondering has anyone done this before and how long did it take for the pork to reach 190 degrees? Thanks for your support.


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Why would you take a tenderloin to 190?
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In my experience pork tenderloin is too lean to smoke low and slow. It just dries it out. Also, 190 is very over cooked

I would cook it much hotter it and take it to no more than 145 IT.
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Take it off at 140 and let it rest for 20 minutes, it will be perfect by then.

I love to glaze it with a mix of thai chili sauce, whiskey or rum and apricot or peach jelly.

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I agree with the others about low and slow not being good for this lean a cut. I'm also confused. Is it a tenderloin or just a pork loin? 5.5 lbs seems awful big for tenderloin. When I buy tenderloin, they usually come 2 to a package and each are a couple lbs at most and only 2-3 inches in diameter at the thickest part.
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First, are you sure that it's a tenderloin? The tenderloins I can get around here are never bigger than 2.5 - 3 lbs.

Second, I agree with the consensus above. Cook it to 135 - 140, rest, slice and enjoy!
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At 190 degrees you will cremate it
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If you go that high it won't even be fit to chop for chili.
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OH OH - take the tenderloin on high heat to 130F in the center and let it rest for 5-10 minutes under foil.. it will still cook a bit further..

if you plan to grill to 190 might as well slice up an old sneaker...
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- Put some spices and herbs on it.
- Wrap it in bacon. Preferably do a Google search for "How to weave bacon".
- Put more spices and/or herbs on it.
- Smoke it at 275 until the middle is 145.

Should take the better part of an afternoon...."ish".....
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