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Prep Time:
10 Minutes
Serves:
4 to 6
Grill time:
45 Minutes

Maple Planked Pork Tenderloin

Brown Sugar BBQ Rub

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Maple Planked Pork Tenderloin
Serves 4 to 6
Prep Time:
Grill time: 45 Minutes

 

Originally prepared for the first time in September of 2011, this Maple Planked Pork Tenderloin With Brown Sugar BBQ Rub has gone through a few upgrades since then. Still smoked on a maple plank, the rub has been refined into a delicious crust that perfectly complements the pork flavor. This pork tenderloin dinner is easy to throw together, can feed a few people, or make delicious leftovers – whichever works best for your household.

 

Combine all of the seasonings
Combine all of the seasonings
Season the tenderloins
Season the tenderloins
Roast for 45 minutes on a plank
Roast for 45 minutes on a plank

Maple Planked Pork Tenderloin

Serves: 4 to 6       Total Time: 55 Minutes

Ingredients

Directions

Step 1
Soak your plank for at least one hour before beginning.
Step 2
Preheat the grill to between 350°F and 375°F, preparing to use the indirect grilling method. Place the soaked planks on the grill between the two lit burners to preheat.
Step 3
In a small bowl mix together all of the seasonings. Pat the tenderloin dry with paper towel. Massage the seasoning mixture into the meat and then place each tenderloin on a plank.
Step 4
Grill roast the planked tenderloins for approximately 45 minutes or until a meat thermometer reads at least 145°F. Remove the planks and pork from the grill. Remember to periodically check on the pork and planks. Have a spray bottle handy if your plank catches fire or begins to smolder.
Step 5
Set the planks onto a heat safe surface and allow them to rest for 5 to 10 minutes before slicing and serving.
These are smoking nicely
These are smoking nicely
Rest for 5 mins before slicing
Rest for 5 mins before slicing
Enjoy with your favorite sides
Enjoy with your favorite sides

After spending the day preparing food for a photo shoot, I really had no interest in cooking dinner. Instead of giving up and ordering in, I threw together this delightful ditty and put my feet up while it cooked. In less than an hour, I had a delicious meal with minimal fuss. What do you grill when you don’t feel like cooking? Tell us about your lazy day go-to dinners by sharing with us on our Grills Facebook page, or Grills Instagram account using the hashtags #goToGrilling and #napoleongrill.

Happy Grilling!


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