This may look like a lot of ingredients, but the first five are simply spooned into a bowl to make the coating. A garlicky brown-butter sauce takes this dish up another notch.
I was looking for a pork tenderloin recipe that wasn't sweet or spicy and this was it! I have tried it multiple times and, in response to the review about it being watery--I can attest that it depends on the pork quality. The recipe is easy and comes out amazing. I didn't use as much garlic either, and it came out wonderful. It's been a Keeper when I'm looking for a nice weeknight dinner.
sadly, this is one of the only recipes in all the years that we have been following Fine Cooking recipes that really was not that great. The Pork was okay - not great but the sauce just was not very good - we did cut back the amount of garlic and it sat and reduced for a really long time and it still came out really watery - wouldn't recommend this recipe
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