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Thursday, June 14, 2012

Italian BBQ Marinade


This is one of the best pork tenderloins we've ever made.  We didn't have any leftovers; It was absolutely delicious!  The marinade was a little sweet from the BBQ sauce and a little tangy from the Worcestershire sauce.  I used Wishbone Italian Dressing and Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce.  Make sure you use a BBQ sauce that you like because it is the dominant flavor in this marinade.  We also tried this marinade on skirt steak, and we both preferred it on the pork.  I plan on trying it on chicken this weekend for Father's Day.



Italian BBQ Marinade
adapted from allrecipes.com
(Printable Recipe)

1/2 cup Italian dressing
1/2 cup BBQ sauce
1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp black pepper

Whisk together marinade ingredients.  Marinate pork, chicken or beef for several hours or overnight in the refrigerator.  Remove meat from marinade and grill.

*This is enough for 2 pounds of meat*

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17 comments:

  1. I'll have to try this! I do something very similar, but I use ketchup instead of the barbecue sauce.

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  2. I've got to try this on the pork this weekend. Sounds Wonderful Stephanie.

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  3. Why won't my fork go through the monitor?!? I want!!!

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  4. Yum! Always looking for more pork recipes! and I LOOOOOOve Worcestershire sauce (even though I had to look on your post for how to spell it...)

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  5. This looks sooo delicious! Must try! Had to pin!

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  6. And I just happen to have two tenderloins thawing for tomorrow night right now!

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  7. Oh my word, could life get any better than this! Definitely will be making this very, very soon. Beautiful!

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  8. The tenderloin looks perfect and I must try the marinade - did you spoon something over the sliced meat?

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  9. Just about the only I'd add to that is more sauce, then maybe sprinkle some australian bacon bits and herbs on top. What can I say? I like to experiment.

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  10. This is one of my favorite recipes EVER on Pinterest. I use the marinade on a beef roast. I add 1/4 cup liquid smoke & cook it in the slow cooker on these hot Las Vegas days. Hubby LOVES it!!!

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  11. After the marinade, how did you cook the tenderloin? It looks like you grilled it...? How long?

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  12. Why remove marinade before grill?

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  13. I read that you grilled it for 16 minutes - can you tell me what temperature on the grill? Sounds delish and want to try it this weekend!

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    1. We use a charcoal grill. I am not a gas grill person, but I would guess medium-high

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  14. Did this one yesterday with chicken- absolutely delicious! Pictures on my page. Thanks!

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