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Joined Date: Apr 25, 2008
Reviewed Rosemary Pork Tenderloin
"This came out surprisingly tasty for such a simple recipe. I was amazed at how putting the pork on the bed of rosemary really infused it with the rosemary flavor. I did make a few modifications though. I had to; the Emeril dijon mustard I had was SO bitter. I added a little olive oil and agave nectar to the marinade to combat the bitterness, and I definitely used more garlic. No bacon for me though because my hubby doesn't like it. Honestly, I don't think it needed it. The pork still had a slight bitter aftertaste, but I'll just use a better dijon next time.
"I definitely see why other people felt the need to personalize the recipe -- it does come out rather bland. After the initial taste, I added lots more cheese and since I didn't have chives on hand, I used green onions and a sprinkle of parsley. It was good but missing something for me -- an extra punch of flavor. I think next time I might add some sundried tomatoes.