Pork Tenterloins wit Raspberry Glaze

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Briquet

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Excuse me while I wipe away the drool.

Fruits generally go well with pork but I hadn't considered a raspberry glaze before. Did you make the glaze yourself?
 
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khartig

Guest
Drooling is accaptable, just not on someone else's plate.
Yep, made the glaze myself. It's a simple recipe:

1/3 C Barbecue Sauce
1/2 C Raspberry Preserves
1 Tbs Corn Syrup
1 Tsp Prepared Mustard
1/4 Tsp Ground Cloves
Mix all ingredients well. Brush over meat during the last 10 or so minutes. Eat and enjoy. It works well on pork or chicken. If I can ever find pineapple preserves somewhere in Vegas I'm going to try that too.
 
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Briquet

Guest
Thank you! I am copying that down and we'll try it later this week. I'm almost out of planned meals for the week anyway, so the timing is perfect.
 
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Bbqguy

Guest
I've done a raspberry balsamic reduction before as a drizzle and it was outstanding. Bet that's great as well! Going to have to try this.
 
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khartig

Guest
My family loves it. It works well on loins and some nice thick chops as well. Quick and easy to make and it sets up well on the grill.
 
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JohnB

Guest
Ribs are so good this time of year. My neighbor is cooking some as we speak. It's too bad I haven't invited myself over yet. I can smell his barbecue all the way through the windows. What do you want to bet that I'll have the grill out before the weekend arrives?
 
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Briquet

Guest
I finally made the raspberry glaze last night, although we put it on chops instead of a loin. It was pretty good but a little too subtle in flavor. I think next time we may reserve some of the glaze (we had leftovers despite frequent basting) for dipping.
 
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