Take the guesswork out of cooking pork with this Sous Vide Pork Tenderloin recipe! It’s tender, juicy and flavorful, and cooks to your desired level of doneness without drying out!
As the temperature of the sous vide water bath is controlled, you never have to worry about overcooking or drying out your pork. Even lean cuts of pork, like tenderloin, turn out tender and juicy in the sous vide!
It’s almost impossible to overcook or dry out pork tenderloin when you use the sous vide. The controlled temperature of the water bath means the internal temperature of the pork stays at the temperature you set.
It doesn’t take very long to cook pork tenderloin in the sous vide.
It’s perfect for busy weeknights or special occasions.
Sous vide is basically a method of cooking using what is called an immersion circulator.
- pork tenderloin- maple syrup - brown sugar- orange juice and orange zest- dry sherry- soy sauce- garlic- apple cider vinegar
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