Outback Pork Tenderloin Recipe, Glazed and Sweet Tangy Glaze Recipe
Outback Pork Tenderloin Recipe, Grilled with Sweet Tangy Glaze
SWEET GLAZED PORK TENDERLOIN
Outback Steakhouse Copycat Recipe
A copycat recipe for roasted pork tenderloin with a sweet, tangy glaze. Served with garlic mashed potatoes and fresh steamed green beans.
Sweet Tangy Glaze
Grilled, roasted, fried or even baked, almost all food looks and tastes better when coated with a sweet and tangy glaze. Even better, they can be prepared in minimal time, and the same glaze/sauce/dressing can be added to various dishes for varied flavors.
Here’s a quick recipe for your very own sweet and tangy glaze:
You will need: Brown sugar, Salt, Garlic, Red Pepper, Vinegar (of your choice) and Jelly (apricot, peach, raspberry, or anything you prefer)
How to make: As compared to selecting the ingredients, preparing the coating is relatively simpler. In a small pan, put all the ingredients together and simmer over medium heat. Heat the mixture turns gooey and lets out the aroma, and you will be ready to top your favorite dish with this sweet and tangy glaze.
You can even try mustard, honey and anything that appeals to your sweet and tangy taste buds.