I don’t know about you, but I have started this summer super busy, and this summer in South Georgia has proven to be a hot one. So my interest in babysitting anything on the grill is pretty low right now. But, one of my favorite go to summer meals is pork tenderloin and any vegetable off of the grill. This particular day I chose the asparagus to grill, simply with olive oil and salt.
The pork tenderloin was rubbed in a mixture of garlic, onion and chipotle chili powders, along with brown sugar and salt. After the meat sat seasoned for about 30 minutes, I grilled it on all sides.
I love cooking pork tenderloin, because it cooks fairly quickly, and if you do it right it stays moist as well.
Season the 2 pounds of pork tenderloin with salt and pepper well mix a rub of: 1 teaspoon of onion powder 1 teaspoon of garlic powder 3 tablespoons of chipotle chili powder 4 tablespoons of brown sugar coat the tenderloins with the seasoning and allow the pork to sit for at least 20 minutes, before grilling. Enjoy