Blackberry-Jalapeño Glazed Pork Tenderloin is a dish you’ll want to have on hand. It’s full of flavor, easy to make, and a winner for so many meals! You’ll love its glaze for its sweet-and-spicy flavor.
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Summer really is winding down, hot as it may be. In Arizona, kids start back to school so early. Like, in the next few weeks, early. I remember heading back to school after Labor Day as a kid in Ohio, which seemed about right.
Regardless of when school starts where you live, there’s not much doubt that the season is about to change. That means it’s time to start thinking about weeknight meals that don’t take a long time to prepare. Blackberry-Jalapeño Glazed Pork Tenderloin is something you need to add to your must-try list!
I used a Smithfield All Natural Boneless Loin Filet for this recipe, and of course some of the season’s fruit because I want to enjoy it while I can! The blackberries add a wonderful sweetness to the dish, and the jalapeño adds the right amount of heat — it’s a wonderful combo.
If you haven’t seen it yet, Smithfield All Natural Fresh Pork is available at Walmart, and is a new Guaranteed Tender line of pork products. What does that mean? Well, the pork is hand-selected based on coloring and marbling and it’s USDA verified. Bonus: you won’t find artificial ingredients, preservatives, steroids, or hormones in this Guaranteed Tender line.
This tenderloin takes 40-45 minutes to cook, but there is hardly any fuss involved. It’s perfect after a busy day, or even for weekend entertaining. Serve it with some fresh veggies and rice or potatoes, and you’ll be set.
Read on for more inspiration for how to serve Smithfield® pork. You’ll find a bunch of tasty recipes here.
I have a few other great ideas for pork recipes that make great meals: you’ll love my Grilled Pork with Korean-Style BBQ Sauce, my Pork al Pastor Bowls (one of my favorite dishes), and my Pork Carnitas Tacos. All are super flavorful and go over well with everyone.
Learn more about Smithfield® pork and its line of Guaranteed Tender products which are raised in the USA and are fresh and never frozen. Quality ingredients always make a positive impact on the food we serve, don’t you think?
Blackberry-Jalapeño Glazed Pork Tenderloin is a dish your family and friends will love. It’s so easy to prepare, too. Serve it for dinner or serve it for a get together to satisfy everyone you’ve got gathered! No fuss, no muss, but big flavor!
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Yields Serves 6
5 based on 5 review(s)
- 1 (3-pound) Smithfield All Natural Boneless Loin Filet
- 1-1/2 tablespoons olive oil
- Salt and black pepper to season
- 1 cup fresh blackberries
- 1 cup grape juice
- 1 jalapeño, seeds and membrane removed, diced
- 2 garlic cloves
- 3 tablespoons brown sugar
- Juice from 1/2 a large lime
- Zest from 1/2 the lime
- 1 teaspoon cornstarch
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. Drizzle the oil over the pork, then season with salt and black pepper. Place in a baking pan and cover with foil.
- Cook for 40-45 minutes, or until it’s no longer pink in the center and it reaches an internal temperature of 145° F. as measured with a meat thermometer, with a three minute rest time.
- As the pork cooks, make the glaze by combining the blackberries, grape juice, jalapeños, garlic, brown sugar, lime juice, and lime zest. Stir to combine. Bring the mixture to a boil. Add the cornstarch and a few tablespoons of water to a small boil and stir until thin. Reduce the heat, stir in the cornstarch mixture, then continue to cook over medium-low heat for 10-15 minutes or until the mixture thickens.
- When the glaze is finish, reserve about 1/4 of the mixture.
- 5-10 minutes prior to the pork is finished cooking, remove from the oven. Brush generously with the glaze. Return to the oven, uncovered, and cook for another 5-10 minutes or until done.
- Remove from the oven and allow the pork to rest for about three minutes. Use the remaining 1/4 of the glaze to brush over the pork.