How to warm up your pork tenderloin without drying it out.
Reheating meat always tends to dry it out. An ideal way to warm up last night’s leftovers is to quickly sear it over a piping hot pan/skillet for about 2 to 3 minutes. This will lock in the moisture and keep the crust crispy. If you are still worried about your tenderloin drying out, you can always add a splash of water to the pan so that the steam could add extra moisture.
Cooking within 30 minutes
At times we find ourselves in a rush or left with little energy to cook. Allowing yourself only 30 Minutes cooking time can guarantee you a quick and easy meal. Roasting, searing, stir fry or even braaing is faster when pork is involved.
Save dishes by doing it all in a pan!
The beauty of pork tenderloin is that not only is it quick to cook, but it is also very easy to cook as a one-pan-meal. This can be done by adding veggies, apples, noodles, biscuits or even beans before popping it into the oven to cook. The possibilities are endless!
Pork tenderloin in a stir-fry is a must-try!
Pork tenderloin is the perfect meat to use for your stir-fries as it is lean and cooks quickly. Pork tenderloin can be used interchangeably with pork chops and cutlets. Cut the tenderloin into 2cm pieces, slice them into strips and get ready to cook them on your skillet, pan or wok.Tasty, quick and easy!
Temperature is everything.
As a rule, it’s best to use a probe thermometer to cook meat. To make sure that you’ve cooked your pork tenderloin to perfection, test the temperature of your meat while cooking. Once your meat has reached the temperature of 65 degrees celsius, it should be juicy and tender enough to take off the heat without it being under-cooked or overcooked