Oven roasted pork tenderloin gets all dressed up with an easy maple balsamic glaze. Lean, delicious, quick to make and impressive enough to serve to guests!
Oven roasted pork tenderloin is a favorite any time of the year, but autumn always seems to re-spark our love for this lean, quick-cooking cut of meat. It pairs well with fall sides dishes, such as mashed sweet potatoes and Brussels sprouts slaw and can works just as well for entertaining as it does for weeknight meals.
The beauty of an easy pork tenderloin recipe like this one (or our family favorite maple Dijon recipe) is that it can be roasted while you’re prepping the side dishes. Give the herb-crusted pork a quick sear in an oven-proof skillet, then pop the whole thing into the oven, brushing it with a luscious balsamic-maple glaze.
Easy, lean and rich in flavor!