htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics) - Page 3 - TigerDroppings.com

Posted byMessage
Bayou Tiger Fan Too
LSU Fan
Southeast LA
Member since Jun 2012
146 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


Very nice!





Back to top
Coater
LSU Fan
Madison, MS
Member since Jun 2005
16572 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


For those that have done this what temp are you pulling it off?
At 144 now. I was thinking around 165.


My kindergarten project is looking a little tastier at least



This post was edited on 5/18 at 12:05 pm


Back to top
Coater
LSU Fan
Madison, MS
Member since Jun 2005
16572 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)




Turned out fantastic. Thanks htown






Back to top
Pepe Lepew
LSU Fan
Looney tuned .....
Member since Oct 2008
22188 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


wow

say it backwards

wow .....






Back to top
TigerMyth36
LSU Fan
River Ridge
Member since Nov 2005
27692 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)








Back to top
LSUTygerFan
LSU Fan
Team Boxtard
Member since Jun 2008
25252 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


dammit, got drunk and forgot to take pics. Cooked one of these at the tailgate friday and it did not last 20 minutes. I'm gonna do another one for regionals atry to remember to take pics.





Back to top
htownjeep
LSU Fan
Nassau Bay, TX
Member since Jun 2005
4899 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


quote:

Turned out fantastic. Thanks htown

Wow! Looks great! I had no idea this thread had been revived and I'm touched that so many liked the writeup so much that they tried it as well.

Good job to everyone that tried it!

If anyone has any ideas to make it better I'd love to hear it. I personally would have liked more cream cheese throughout it. I was thinking over maybe blending the pork sausage and cream cheese and that may help spread it out some?






Back to top
htownjeep
LSU Fan
Nassau Bay, TX
Member since Jun 2005
4899 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


quote:

At 144 now. I was thinking around 165.

Yep, 165 is what I was shooting for in the meaty part of the tenderloin.
quote:

My kindergarten project is looking a little tastier at least

That's an understatement. Looks awesome! Where was my invite?






Back to top
Dav
LSU Fan
NOLA
Member since Feb 2010
5124 posts
 Online 

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


Will be trying this very very soon. Looks great.





Back to top
Tiger inTampa
LSU Fan
Tampa, FL
Member since Sep 2009
782 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


quote:

If anyone has any ideas to make it better I'd love to hear it


Didn't do it to "make it better" but because I dig playing around with a good recipe.

quote:

I was thinking over maybe blending the pork sausage and cream cheese and that may help spread it out some?
I fried an extra pound of thick cut Maple/peppercorn bacon extra crispy. Think 1/2 a shade from burnt. Crumbled it up and added it to the cream cheese. Also used my dry rub on the loin before wrapping it in the bacon. It worked! Thanks for the inspiration htown.

BTW, my boys are calling it the Cardiac Log






Back to top
htownjeep
LSU Fan
Nassau Bay, TX
Member since Jun 2005
4899 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


quote:

BTW, my boys are calling it the Cardiac Log



Did yours come out fatty/greasy at all? I was surprised how mine was not greasy in the least. Like I said earlier in the thread there was hardly any fat/grease in the final product.






Back to top
Coater
LSU Fan
Madison, MS
Member since Jun 2005
16572 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


Yeah mine was not greasy at all. I took it off around 2:00 in the afternoon and wrapped it in foil and towels and put it in a cooler until I sliced it at 7:30 that night. It was still very warm and moist. Got really good reviews from my guests.


This post was edited on 5/20 at 12:09 pm


Back to top
Tiger inTampa
LSU Fan
Tampa, FL
Member since Sep 2009
782 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


No not greasy at all. Drippings were surprisingly not as bad as I expected. Nah, we just get a kick out of calling it that. Swear deep down I'm only 12.





Back to top
AmosMosesAndTwins
New Orleans Saints Fan
Lake Charles
Member since Apr 2010
12294 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


quote:

For those that have done this what temp are you pulling it off?
At 144 now. I was thinking around 165.


I pulled mine out at 165, could've probably taken it out sooner IMO.






Back to top
AmosMosesAndTwins
New Orleans Saints Fan
Lake Charles
Member since Apr 2010
12294 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


Coater, did you leave the cap on?





Back to top
Coater
LSU Fan
Madison, MS
Member since Jun 2005
16572 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


Yes





Back to top
htownjeep
LSU Fan
Nassau Bay, TX
Member since Jun 2005
4899 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


Contemplating doing this again tomorrow but I want to change something up. Just not sure what that is.

Can anyone that has done this tell me some twists that you may have done to this? Or even if you haven't tried it but have some ideas I'd love to hear them.






Back to top
Burt Reynolds
Florida State Fan
L.A.
Member since Jul 2008
15771 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)








Back to top
NOLAGT
lafayette
Member since Dec 2012
2131 posts
 Online 

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


That looks amazing!





Back to top
wiltznucs
South Florida Fan
Apollo Beach, FL
Member since Sep 2005
7589 posts

re: htown's Easter stuffed pork tenderloin (pics)


Stuffed pork loin...

Nothing mind blowing but I did mine with Argentine salchica sausage(a variant of chorizo) and diced some jalapenos into the cream cheese.

I'd actually like to try smoking the loin and then coating the loin during the final hour or so with a chili based hot sauce such as Linghams. I'd imagine it would take on a candied apple like effect and create a sweet pepper glaze around the bacon weave.

Either that or play around with alternatives to the cream cheese like a pepper jack for instance.

My wife had the idea of throwing a Cuban twist on on the dish and trying to make a papa rellena in the center using some beef picadillo and potatoes as the stuffing.






Back to top


Back to top




//