Yield: Yields enough to glaze two pork tenderloins.
This glaze for pork tenderloin is equally good made with 2 tsp. dried rubbed sage instead of the rosemary.
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I have used this recipe since it was first put into your magazine. It is my go to recipe , just adding different glazes.
I cook on a three burner gas grill high at 500 degrees, then turn for 6 minutes on on medium, off, medium burners. After 6 minutes I also just turn off for the last 5 minutes. Take off grill and let sit covered. I also have used this glaze.
Great recipe and impressive for company .
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