Servings: 4 to 6
Butterflied and pounded thin, pork tenderloins can be cooked quickly over a hot grill. Serve sliced with some rice and beans or lime-accented coleslaw, or cut the meat into strips and use as a taco filling.
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Oh so very good! Didn't make any changes and it was delicious. We served the pork tenderloins with the Mexican Rice with Tomatoes and Beans, an avocado salad and fresh fruit. There were 9 of us and it was enjoyed by all - even our usual picky eaters.
We did have enough leftover to have tacos - bueno!
Made this tonight. Amazing and easy. I used Ancho chili powder ground from dried whole ones. The only thing I would change is to make it a tad spicier. It didn't have much kick. I fully recommend this one with the Mexican Rice. Yummy
This is a great recipe that is full of flavor. I made it a day in advance and it turned out perfectly.
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