Cooking Pork Tenderloin on the Grill


Preparing a Pork tenderloin on the grill has got to be one of my favorite meals of all time.  It was a quarterly staple of my Cooking arsenal years ago, but over the past few years I have been dealing with a charcoal grill rather than a gas grill, and for the way I like to grill Pork tenderloin, it was just too much trouble with the small, conveyable charcoal grill I had (it was all I had passage to).  I tried it several times, but not only was it a challenge getting a full Pork loin to fit on that slight grill, but I was never able to operate the heat well sufficient to cope the Cooking the way I wanted it done.  Now that I have a new Viking gas grill to work with… Oh boy, oh boy, oh Boy!

The thing about Cooking a pork tenderloin on the grill is that it’s no ifs ands or buts easy to get no ifs ands or buts good results, and to no ifs ands or buts impress your friends, family or whomever else might be sitting at your table.  On top of that, cooking pork is no ifs ands or buts quite healthy.  Pork is very low in fat, and is very adaptable to many separate recipes.  It also takes on flavors very well, so if you want to add a wet or a dry rub, or possibly a marinade (from a simple store-bought Italian Dressing, which is something I like a lot, to more fancy, home-made concoctions handed down through the generations…)  The one thing you do need to be faithful about is that because pork is such a low fat article meat, it has a tendency to dry out quickly if it’s not ready properly.

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So how do you get ready it properly?  Well, one thing you can do (other than the store bought Italian Dressing technique I just Mentioned), is to soak your tenderloin in brine for anywhere from 10 to 12 hours, or even as much as 24 hours if you want to.  Brine is plainly salt water.  You can add 2 to 3 tablespoons of good salt (I prefer Kosher salt, but many people swear by sea salt) to a quart of water and just let the pork loin soak in that, covered, in the fridge.  Doing this will help ensure you have a nice, juicy pork loin when you take it off the grill.

Cooking Pork Tenderloin on the Grill

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As for grilling, you will need to cook on 2 separate temperatures.  This is why I like my new gas grill so much; I can crank it up to get it good and hot, then just turn the dial down when it’s time to slow cook.

Cooking Pork Tenderloin on the Grill

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