>> Tuesday, November 15, 2011
I'm no chef, but this is fool proof. I happened upon a "how to" somewhere a couple of months ago and I have yet to disappoint.
Preheat your oven to 500 degrees.
Place a pork tenderloin in a glass baking dish, drizzle with olive oil. Season to your liking. Sometimes I do just salt and pepper, last night I created a "kitchen sink pork tenderloin" which included every spice in my cabinet that I thought sounded good.
Cook for 15 minutes and then turn off the oven. Do not open the door. Leave in the over for another hour. That's it! To be safe, stick a meat thermometer in and make sure it is at least 145 degrees. Slice and get ready to be complimented on your amazing cooking skills.
I think the only thing that might not make this fool proof is the age of your oven. We have a pretty new oven. My last apartment had an oven from 1975. I could see that being a problem.
Mr. Sabbe suggested I should wage a Christmas cook off with my brother-in-law. I said sure. Kyle would be slaving away on some Food Network recipe while I painted my nails...and I would win. You reading this Kyle Sabbe?