Grilled Pork Tenderloin Recipe – How to Cook Pork Tenderloin on the grill


Grilled Pork Tenderloin Recipe – How to Cook Pork Tenderloin on the grill ****TO SEE OUR BBQ ACCESSORY GUIDE CLICK HERE:

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ITEMS USED – (Recipe Below)

Napoleon Kettle Grill (USA)

Thermoworks Thermapen MK4


Napoleon Professional 5 Piece tool set (USA) (CDN)

Chimney Starter (USA) (CDN)

Old Hickory Knife – 10in (USA) (CDN)

What you will need to make this BBQ Pork Tenderloin recipe:

2 Pork Tenderloins
Coffee Rub – ***See links above***
BBQ Sauce


Grilled Pork Tenderloin Recipe Step #1
First you will begin prepping your pork tenderloin by trimming off any unwanted silver skin. Once this is done, give it a rinse under cold water and dry with paper towel. Once this is done take your BBQ rub and begin to place a medium layer of rub onto both sides of your tenderloin. When this is done, place some plastic wrap over top and put it in the fridge for 2 hours to allow the rub to marinate the meat a bit.

Grilled Pork Tenderloin Recipe Step #2
After 2 hours remove the tenderloin from the fridge and allow it to rest for 20 minutes to remove the chill from the fridge. While this is happening you can get your grill set up for indirect cooking between 250-275.

Grilled Pork Tenderloin Recipe Step #3
Once your grill is up to tempreture place your tenderloin on the grill opposite the coals and begin to cook for 30 minute. It is at this point were you will also add in your hardwood to begin smoking as well.

Grilled Pork Tenderloin Recipe Step #4
After 20 minutes you are going to flip your tenderloin and place some bbq sauce on top. After this has been done close the lid and continue cooking for another 10 minute or until the internal tempreture reaches 140 degrees. Once you Pork Tenderloin has reached 140 you are going to sauce the other side and then remove if from the grill to rest for 5 minutes.

Grilled Pork Tenderloin Recipe Step #5
After 5 minutes of resting time your pork tenderloin is now done and ready to slice up and serve.

That’s it, Enjoy!

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About this video:
In this Grilled Pork Tenderloin Recipe Video, you will learn How to cook pork tenderloin on the grill. Grilling Pork Tenderloin on the BBQ is easy to do and doesn’t take much prep. You can use this recipe to make Smoked Pork Tenderloin and BBQ Pork Tenderloin with some minor adjustments. Grilled pork Tenderloin is delicious, your going to love it.

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11 replies
  1. Edward Hartzell
    Edward Hartzell says:

    That home maid rube is to course it will fall off and rinse your meat shake it a couple of times leave it a little damp so the fine course rub like what can come out of a salt shaker pad the rub on cover it good or use a a plastic bag and shake it up real good let it shit in the Fig over night.

  2. David Smith
    David Smith says:

    OMG, please never stab a piece of meat prior or during the cooking process. Only use your hands to tongs. By using a fork you are creating holes for the natural juices to escape during the cook potentially making your meat dry.
    Never, never, never use a fork!

  3. owiz9212
    owiz9212 says:

    Very nice presentation, Jamie.

    I like to smoke tenderloins with apple wood, which gives off a sweet aroma. You can't go wrong with hickory, though.

    Nice Job!!


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