I have to admit, making a tenderloin was a little nerve wracking for me. The thing is, I have a gift of making meat dry when I cook it. Yah, I realize not everyone has that gift, but I do!
So, the point of trying out this recipe was to see if I could make a tenderloin that didn’t make us drink a gallon of milk with dinner trying to have SOME moisture in our mouths.
Seriously loving fresh garlic lately!!
HA! Gotta love following a recipe because they work!
Now, with this recipe, even though it’s a “sesame” one, I didn’t include them. My boys would probably snub their noses at them and I figured, meh, why bother? I wasn’t going to need any again.
Funny thing is, this week was the week I was preparing a meal for a family in church and guess what it called for? mmhmm sesame! That’ll teach me, won’t it?
Try it out and tell me what you think! Recipes are from the Taste of Home Best Loved Recipes cookbook!
I think next week I’m going to try a side dish or maybe a dessert!!