Pork tenderloin roast recipe with roasted potatoes green beans is almost like a one-pot meal.
Last Updated: Jan 23, 2023
Total Time: 95 Minutes
Prep Time: 10 Minutes
Active Cook Time: 5 Minutes
Inactive Cook Time: 80 Minutes
We eat a lot of pork in my family. So, I always look for new ways and new flavors to prepare a pork dinner.
The first bite of this pork tenderloin is like a flavor explosion in my mouth. It just popped and WOW.....Then, you don't want to stop. You want more delightful explosions over and over again.
This meal is very low maintenance with simple flavor, but healthy.
The recipe looks long and complicated. But it is NOT. Basically, you just transfer the ingredients to the roasting pan and put it into the oven. You need to turn the meat over in between to make sure it is cooked thoroughly.
This page shows you how to cook the rosemary garlic pork tenderloin and the roasted potatoes green beans in the same oven and feed your hungry family. Enjoy!
The cook time difference of the meat and the side dish is only 30 minutes. So, wait for the first 30 minutes before putting the roasted potatoes green beans into the oven.
The later can also cook as a side dish and pair with another main course. Click here to find out how to cook the roasted potatoes and green beans individually.
I must admit that I love this pork tenderloin roast recipe so much. So every time when I have a chance, I will cook it along with the one with BBQ flavor. My hubby and son enjoy the BBQ one and I will take the rosemary garlic one and save half of it for my lunch. If you are on the same boat like me, you don't need to cook 2 pieces of pork tenderloin in separate baking dish. You can cook both in one.
All you need to do is to use the aluminum foil to help you to separate them out. Use your baking dish as a measuring unit. Then, have the aluminum foil to mold half of the size of that pan. In the end, you will make 2 individuals "containers" for each pork tenderloin. It will ensure that the juices are not going to mix up in the middle of the baking process.
Most pork tenderloin comes with 2 ends which are much thinner than the rest of the meat. That part tends to "overcook". Here are the tips for a quick fix. Get ready 2 toothpicks. Fold up the tip to make the entire piece of meat have about the same thickness. Then, secure it with toothpicks. Repeat the same steps with 2 more toothpicks over the other end of the pork tenderloin. Make sure to pull the toothpicks out before serving.
Yes, this recipe can easily double with the same cook time. Just to make sure to do the following:
You will have 2 pork tenderloins. Make sure that their weights are about the same for same cooking duration.
The meat should be about 2" apart from each other when they are in the roasting pan. Add 1/2 part more for all the seasonings. (I don't recommend double the seasonings. It will be too much and most likely too salty. Pork tenderloin is a kind of meat absorbing the flavors easily.)
Use a big baking sheet for the roasted potatoes green beans to allow them to be single layer. Double the seasonings for the vegetables. Otherwise, the vegetables will taste pretty "blah".
Double all your gravy ingredients to make extra gravy. Believe me, you will need it. Then, follow the rest of the instructions of this recipe to prepare and enjoy.
After stepping off my Keto-diet train in 2019, I continue to keep my meals low-carb. This is one of those recipes that you can enjoy the real stuff with the same flavor. First of all, we will skip the potatoes and the traditional way of making gravy to make it Keto-friendly.
You can follow this pork tenderloin recipe to make 2 meals for yourself. The side dish can be easily blanched green beans (link) or just use microwave to warm up some canned green beans. There are plenty of options when it comes to side dish. A easy one can be a green salad with ranch dressing. Here is the direction of making the Keto-friendly gravy:
Transfer the dripping to a medium saucepan and stir in 1/2 cup heavy cream. Bring the mixture to a boil and turn down heat to medium. Let it simmer about 5 minutes. Add Parsley flakes, salt and pepper to taste and serve it along with pork tenderloin roast recipe dinner.
For Pork Tenderloin Ingredients
1.5-1.75 pound Pork Tenderloin
3 Cloves Small Garlic
1 heaping teaspoon Dried Rosemary
1/2 teaspoon Salt
1/4 teaspoon Black Pepper
3 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Non-stick cooking spray
For Roasted Potatoes Green Beans Ingredients
1 pound Frozen Cut Green Beans (unthawed)
1 pound Russet potato (skin on; wash thoroughly; cut in bite size wedges, about 1" per side)
1 teaspoon Salt
1/4 teaspoon Black Pepper
1 pinch Crushed Red Pepper (optional)
1/4 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
For Regular Gravy Ingredients
1/4 cup Flour
2 tbsp Pork dripping
2 tbsp Butter
2 cups Chicken Broth
1 tsp Dry Parsley Flakes
Salt and Pepper to taste
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