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Smoked Pork Tenderloin – Tender, Tasty, Moist

4.5 from 13 reviews

When it comes to pork, the tenderloin is unbeatable in flavor and tenderness. It is also incredibly lean. Ounce for ounce, it is just as lean as a skinless chicken breast. So you really can have the flavors you love and still rest easy knowing you are eating healthy!

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Instructions

Prep and Season

  1. Remove from packaging and rinse well under cold water
  2. Pat dry with paper towel
  3. Brush some maple syrup to add flavor and help the rub to stick
  4. Apply Jeff’s rub all over the pork tenderloins

Smoking the Tenderloins

  1. Get the smoker going and let it level out at 225°F
  2. Place the meat directly on the smoker grate
  3. Use peach wood or other fruity wood to apply smoke for entire session
  4. Meat is done when a trusted meat thermometer reads 145°F in the thickest part

Serving

  1. Allow the meat to rest on the counter under foil for 25-30 minutes
  2. Slice into ¼ inch medallions and serve immediately.

Ingredients

  1. ½ cup peach jam
  2. ½ cup Jeff’s barbecue sauce

Instructions

  1. Put jam into a sauce pan over medium heat
  2. Once the jam starts to melt, add the barbecue sauce to the pan
  3. Stir until it is well mixed and heated through

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Meat Selection | Fire Management | Flavor Amping | Tools & Equipment | The Process