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pork tenderloin with apricot sauce
Description:This is an easy dish to make, with little prep time. However, the results are delicious and make an elegant company dish. Or like at the "egg-toberfest",toothpicks and fingers did very well!
Ingredients:
• ½ Cup sherry
• ½ Cup soy sauce
• 3 Clove garlic chopped ( I tend to use more)
• 1 Tbs dry mustard
• 1 Tbs thyme
• 4 pork tenderloins
• 8 Oz apricot preserves
• 2 Tbs brandy
• 1 Tbs soy sauce
Instructions:Place first 5 ingredients in a zip-lock bag, mix well, add pork tenderloins. Refridgerate for 48 to 72 hours. Turn over once or twice a day.

Smoke at 350 degrees usung a drip pan. I usually pour the remaining marinade in the drip pan. Smoke till 145 degrees or so. As the pork is smoking put the preserves in a steel bowl and let heat on the grate next to the pork. Stir often,till somewhat reduced. Usually the preserves and the sauce are done at the same time. Remove from Egg, stir in the brandy and soy sauce. Thin slice the pork and drisle the apricot sauce over the meat and enjoy!

Notes:
Number Of Servings:Source:1932 atlanta women's guild cookbook
Vegetarian:NoTime To Prepare:
Date:Sun 11 Mar 2007 14:34:43 UTCViewed:5158 times
Author:janie koherEmail:koherj@comcast.net
Rating:5,00 (1 votes)

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