Rosemary-Rubbed Pork Medallions

So there are a thousand and three reasons why I didn’t start a blog sooner, and one why I have one now. The reason I have one now is simply because Adam started one for me. Which I choose to believe means that he believes that I have something worthwhile to contribute to the interwebs. He even named “One Dish Delish.” I was a little nervous at first because in the food blogging world “one dish” means that the food is prepared in one dish. It’s easy to clean up and is generally simple food. I can’t limit myself to one dish dishes: the world is too full of more complicated dishes that are just too tasty.

Then I was like, you know what? We only have one set of dishes! That’s not true of most food bloggers, it seems. So I designed the logo to look like our set of dishes! Did you notice?

Small glitch though: we do have more than one set of dishes. Ha. You can’t have glass down by the pool where we use the grill so last summer I bought a set of plastic dishes. There are two green ones and two floral ones. I used the floral one with the burger post. Anyway, I’m not going to forgo grill dishes just because they’re not on our usual plates…

Because this dish is delish. It’s one delish dish. It’s fast, easy, and flavorful.


Rosemary Rubbed Pork Medallions

Ingredients

Pork Tenderloin

2 1/2 Tablespoons Rosemary

4 Garlic Cloves, Chopped Finely

1 Tablespoon Brown Sugar

1/2 Tablespoon Salt

Method

Mix the rosemary, garlic, sugar and salt together and rub over the tenderloin. For extra flavor, do this several hours in advance. I wouldn’t do it more than eight hours.

Slice the tenderloin into 1.5″ medallions.

Grill until cooked through.


Rosemary Garlic Tenderloin

Tenderloin on the Grill

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