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Mikhail 07-14-2020 06:43 PM

Marinated Pork Tenderloin
 
..in Dale's Sauce for an hour, smoked over cherry and B&B lump, reverse seared. Served up with Golden Lamb Signature Salad (greens, Granny Smith apple matchsticks, candied pecans, smoked cheddar and creamy balsamic dressing).

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Dale's Sauce

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BGEChicago 07-14-2020 06:59 PM

Mik,

Wow those look absolutely fantastic. I looked up that sauce and I'll pick up a bottle.

Your tenderloin looks really juicy, did you brine it?

Thanks
Greg

cowgirl 07-14-2020 08:14 PM

Looks great!

Big George's BBQ 07-14-2020 08:30 PM

That is a really nice plate of food Cooked to perfection

Mikhail 07-14-2020 08:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BGEChicago (Post 4349010)
Mik,

Wow those look absolutely fantastic. I looked up that sauce and I'll pick up a bottle.

Your tenderloin looks really juicy, did you brine it?

Thanks
Greg

Well, the Dale’s sauce is a brine of sorts, but only a couple hours. So maybe I just got lucky. They’ve been in the freezer at least 6 months.

BGEChicago 07-14-2020 11:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mikhail (Post 4349078)
Well, the Dale’s sauce is a brine of sorts, but only a couple hours. So maybe I just got lucky. They’ve been in the freezer at least 6 months.

Mik,

I kinda thought so but wanted to verify... The website does not list the ingredients thus the question... Thanks for the reply!


Thanks,
Greg

mcyork28 07-14-2020 11:42 PM

Great color on that pork!! Inside and out.

Stingerhook 07-15-2020 02:48 AM

Great looking meal.

Titch 07-15-2020 02:54 AM

That looks pretty good from here ,that salad sounds nice

Shiz-Nit 07-15-2020 06:07 AM

Looks awesome.
My brother in law uses Dales on EVERYTHING.... He uses it so much he should be a share holder in their stock's.

LordRiffenstein 07-15-2020 06:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BGEChicago (Post 4349010)
Mik,

Wow those look absolutely fantastic. I looked up that sauce and I'll pick up a bottle.

Your tenderloin looks really juicy, did you brine it?

Thanks
Greg

I think most people overcook pork tenderloin and end up with dry pork. This is the perfect example where it´s fine to cook it so it´s still pink in the middle. This will balance out the lack of fat in this cut and will guarantee juicy meat.

Mik, this is spot on, love the pork and great plate of food!

rovster 07-15-2020 09:18 AM

Cooked beautifully

Mikhail 07-15-2020 09:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BGEChicago (Post 4349141)
Mik,

I kinda thought so but wanted to verify... The website does not list the ingredients thus the question... Thanks for the reply!


Thanks,
Greg

I googled it and it sounds right. Tasty stuff.

Soy Sauce (hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Water, Salt, Corn Syrup, Caramel Coloring), Onion, Garlic, Sugar, Mono- Sodium Glutamate, Ginger, Paprika.

Healthy, maybe not. delicious? Oh yeah. You really only need to marinate a half hour or so. They have a reduced sodium version I just ordered at Kroger. Suspect it will be fine.

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1MoreFord 07-15-2020 12:17 PM

FYI

Dales and Allegro marinade(original version) are pretty much the same stuff. Kroger also makes a version. All pretty good stuff if you don't over do it and realize they have sugar in them so they tend to burn if left on the surface of the meat at grilling temps.

Mikhail 07-15-2020 12:43 PM

Leftovers made a great lunch today. Yum.

Moose 07-15-2020 03:31 PM

That is beautifully cooked pork tenderloin!

I was introduced to Dale's about 20 years ago when I first began my journey of cooking food over fire and smoke. It was recommended to me at a regional BBQ Store as the "best marinade for steaks ever".

I'll leave it at that...:wink:

Mikhail 07-15-2020 06:14 PM

I was introduced in 1994 in Lynchburg VA by some friends who put it on pork chops. Loved it then, love it now.

One of teh things i love most is a real quick soak gives huge flavor. I can't tell you how many marinades I have soaked in for hours only to reap no flavor at all.

ragsman 07-16-2020 08:45 AM

I marinate pork tenderloins in dales sauce and coke (or some type of cola). grilled, sliced into medallions and served on King's Hawaiian rolls with a piece of bacon. I call them 'little pork sandwiches', and they are an absolute hit with everyone that's every tried them!

Mikhail 07-16-2020 08:53 AM

Sounds delicious! I think the added sweetness from Coke would be interesting.

jzadski 07-16-2020 12:38 PM

Great looking cook on that tenderloin Mik. Nothing worse than overcooked meat


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