Stop swine-ing! Dinner will be ready soon. This pork tenderloin with balsamic and dijon glaze is a guaranteed crowd pleaser. Seared on all sides and then roasted in the oven. The glaze adds depth of flavor and leave the pork incredibly juicy (dare I say moist?). The recipe is perfect as a meal prep idea for a single person or couple and it also makes a perfect weeknight dinner for families. Add any sides you want! My go-tos are creamed kale, diced sweet potatoes, or stuffing. Furthermore, this recipe is WW friendly.
Preparing meat properly is essential. Pork is not a meat to eat rare. The correct internal temperature is a minimum of 145F. Definitely make sure you have a meat thermometer on hand and always check the temperature at the thickest part of the tenderloin. Please know that you can cook to a higher temperature if that makes you more comfortable, but the meat may dry out the higher you go.