If you’ve been reading Let’s Dish for long, you know we eat a lot of pork tenderloin around here. There are just so many easy ways to prepare it, and my boys all love it, so I really can’t go wrong–especially when I top off a pork tenderloin with a delicious glaze.
This Balsamic Plum Glazed Pork Tenderloin was inspired by a family favorite, Brown Sugar & Balsamic Pork Loin. I started my glaze off with some prepared Asian plum sauce for a different twist, then added some brown sugar, soy sauce and balsamic vinegar. My family loved it!
The amount of brown sugar you’ll use will vary depending on how sweet your plum sauce is to begin with, so start with less and add more to your liking.
With a side of roasted potatoes and some grilled veggies or salad, this meal is easy enough for a busy weeknight but fancy enough to serve to company.
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