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The sun is shining, the temperatures are warming up, the days are getting longer and that means one thing: barbecue season! Today I share one of my favorite grilling recipes: Grilled Mesquite Lime Pork Tenderloin! This main course is so easy to prepare and produces the juiciest and tastiest fillet every time! It’s perfect on its own, but I love serving the fillet on coriander-lime rice with lots of vegetables!
Food only tastes so much better when grilling! The rich flavors, grilled goodness and caramelization that the grill can offer give the grill the delicious edge that you just don’t seem to get when roasting or baking in the oven. As soon as the temperatures here in the Midwest warm up, we immediately take out the grill and start cooking!
One of my favorite types of meat for grilling is pork fillet. Pork fillet is one of the tenderest, leanest pieces of pork on the market, is super easy to prepare and is ideal for family meals and entertainment. It’s easily one of the most overlooked meats that people often don’t consider grilling. The short grill time (under 30 minutes) makes it a perfect quick meal and when cooked properly it becomes incredibly moist and juicy!
One of the most important things to consider when grilling is the marinade. I love bold and exciting flavors and often turn to McCormick Grill Mates! Their marinades and spice shakers take the guesswork out of preparing tasty meals and the flavors are just amazing. No matter what taste you prefer, there’s something for everything: burgers, chicken, steak, pork, seafood or spicy, sweet, smoked and much more – McCormick has you covered. They make preparing tasty and exciting meals so easy and straightforward, and you can easily buy them from Walmart (in-store or by ordering online): https://bit.ly/WalmartGrillMates
I used this grilled mesquite lime pork fillet recipe McCormick Grill Mates Mesquite Marinade! It makes it so easy: just add oil, water and spice mix and let your meat marinate for at least 15 minutes (I prefer longer – about 2 hours for the boldest taste). In these rice bowls, I love adding half a lime juice to the marinade to get a little citrus boost that goes so well with the cilantro-lime rice it’s served on. When grilling, I always add some extra vegetables to the grill, such as B. Mini peppers to add to my dishes too!
These mesquite lime pork fillet bowls are perfect for a meal with vegetables. It can be changed to use vegetables, grains and beans that you have on hand. No black beans, no biggie, use white beans. You can use fresh, canned or frozen corn … mix and combine everything you have in stock! While I love this rice meal, you can easily use quinoa instead. The mesquite aroma of pork goes well with so many things that it really serves as a great flavor-intensive base for this meal. The possibilities are endless and you can combine countless options – the star of the meal is definitely the pork fillet!
When grilling pork fillet, there are a few important things to consider:
- Start with a hot grill! I always turn on my grill early and let it get nice and hot before cooking! This allows you to get a great sear to include these flavors.
- Oil grill grates good to avoid sticking.
- When turning pork, use tongs instead of piercing with a fork to avoid letting all these aromatic juices out for tender, moist meat.
- Grill until the internal temperature reaches 145 ºF.
- Take off the grill and let sit for 10 minutes to redistribute and seal all these aromatic juices!
What is your favorite food for grilling?
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