Jan 12, 2012

Sweet and Fiery Pork Tenderloin with Mango Salsa



Chinese New Year is January 23rd, the start of a 15-day celebration celebrating the Chinese New Year – This year it's the Year of The Dragon. I thought this Asian inspired fiery pork dish would be a great way to celebrate!

Roasted pork tenderloin with a sweet and spicy glaze topped with a fresh mango salsa. Your taste buds will be tantilized with each bite you take.


How good does this look...


Even if you have no intentions of celebrating the Chinese New Year, this is a tasty way to make a pork tenderloin if you are looking for something different.

Could you make this with chicken? Sure! This would be fabulous over a chicken breast if pork is not your thing.

I served this with my own coconut rice creation that my husband loves (recipe coming soon) and he literally cleaned his plate! You could also serve this over steamed jasmine rice for a simple side dish. Enjoy!




Sweet and Fiery Pork Tenderloin with Mango Salsa
Skinnytaste.com
Servings: 4 • Serving Size: 1/4th • Old Points: 5 pts • Points+: 6 pts  
Calories: 247 • Fat: 7.1 g • Protein: 25.3 g • Carb: 19.2 g • Fiber: 2.8 g • Sugar: 16.7 g
Sodium:
640 mg



Ingredients:
  • 1 tsp garlic salt
  • 1/2 tsp ground ginger
  • 1 lb pork tenderloin
  • 1/4 cup Sweet Red Chili Sauce (I used Thai Kitchen)
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1/2 tsp Sriracha sauce (or more to taste)

For the salsa:
  • 1 large ripe mango, peeled, seeded and coarsely chopped
  • 1-2 tbsp chopped fresh cilantro
  • 1 small clove garlic, minced
  • 1 tbsp minced jalepeƱo, seeds removed and diced
  • 2 tbsp fresh lime juice  


Directions:

For the salsa: Combine all the ingredients in a bowl, season to taste with salt and pepper.


Refrigerate salsa until ready to serve. Makes 1 cup.

Preheat oven to 375°. Mix garlic salt and ginger in small bowl. Rub evenly over pork. Place pork on rack in foil-lined roasting pan.


Roast pork in preheated oven 40 to 45 minutes or until desired pork is cooked to your liking. (New pork guidelines allow pork to cook to 145°, if you prefer it cooked well, cook it until the internal temp reads is 160° with a meat thermometer)

Mix chili sauce, honey and sriracha in small bowl.  


Brush over pork during the last 10 minutes of cooking.


Slice pork and serve with pan juices and mango salsa on the side.

Makes 4 servings.

150 comments :

  1. I can't wait to try this! My husband will absolutely flip. Two of his favs: pork and mangoes :)

    Thank you so much for what you do. You are a huge part of my weight loss journey and success. I mean that from the bottom of my heart. We eat 5 or your recipes weekly and haven't had one that wasn't delicious. I couldn't have lost weight just eating baked chicken and steamed broccoli and you've SO helped.

    I've lost 25 pounds and my husband has lost about 30. Thank you for your help!!

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  2. It's my pleasure, I have fun doing what I do! So glad I can help and that is awesome that you both lost so much weight!!

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  3. yum yum this is right up my boyfriend's alley! Will definitely be making this next week!

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  4. I actually have pork loin setting out to make tonight. I think I may try this!!

    I just started WW yesterday...I will be making LOTS of your recipes to come! :) I made your Garlic Lemon Tilapia last night, it was SO good! Thank you.

    You sooo need a cookbook deal!!!

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  5. We love Pork loin and I cant wait to fix ours like this. Thank you for always posting such wonderful recipes!

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  6. Is this dish spicy? If so, how would you recommturning down the heat? It looks fabulous!

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  7. Gina - you have really been cranking out the recipes lately! It's so exciting!


    Quick Question - what's the point/nutrition breakdown between the pork and salsa? thanks!!

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  8. I just joined WW yesterday and came across this site today. It is amazing and you have wonderful recipes!!! I can not wait to get cooking - Thanks so much!

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  9. Oh, YUMM!! I can't wait to try this recipe. I'll be getting everything I need on my next visit to the store and trying it for dinner one night next week!

    I LOVE your recipes!! Thanks for sharing with us! :)

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  10. If this recipe was made with boneless chicken breast, how long should it roast in the oven?

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  11. It's on the dinner list for next Monday! Yes I am that weird about meal planning lol

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  12. Wow, this needs to get in my belly RIGHT NOW. I can't wait to make this.

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  13. Monica Baczko1/12/12, 5:45 PM

    This looks so delicious! Please post that coconut rice soon, all of your rice dishes are amazing and I love coconut so I can't wait to try it!

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  14. Wow, that looks great! Just a side question, how do you calculate your nutrition info?

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  15. I love mango and forget about it!! Can I marry you and we be sister wives?? lol. Love your site and all the fabulous recipes!!!

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  16. Hooray! My boyfriend's birthday is tomorrow and I logged on for the pineapple cupcakes recipe and found another one he will LOVE! Thank you so much for providing the recipes that will make me look like the most amazing girlfriend ever! :)

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  17. Hi Gina, love your recipies! Made the chicken enchilada soup today and kids wanted more (planned on left overs but oh well...) just wondering what sriracha is and is there a substitute? I live in rural Ireland and anything different can be a challenge ( my mom sends me salsa verde as I have yet to find tomatillas here!) Your site keeps me interested in cooking. Thanks, Sherri

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  18. I love your site I'm cooking something from it every second day and have spread the word in my weight watchers class I would love to cook this but we can't get the srirch sauce here in Ireland and I've tried the Internet would you have any recommendations to use as a replacement? Btw since cooking from your site I e lost 14 pounds but feel like I've been feasting lol I hope you create your own cookbook
    Thanks
    Claire

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  19. Ohhhh my gosh this looks absolutely wonderful!! I am so addicted to your site, I check it every day..sometimes several. I am a ww online gal and also we have a fit challenge at my company. It is a corporate wide challenge. I pass on your recipes to my employees every week. We all Love them. It helps us all. I'm in Human Resources..so everyone relies on me for EVERYTHING! Your site also helps me out tremendously with the "Fit" portion of my job.
    Thank you,
    Jessica

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  20. This looks fabulous, can't wait to try it! I love mango salsa but never thought of trying it with Pork. Thank you! Julie

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  21. YUM! And I've learned a lesson about your recipes. Last week when I planned my entire menu with your recipes, I lost 4 pounds. This week when I didn't, I didn't lose at all. I think there might be a lesson to be learned from this! :) Needless to say I am planning my menu now! Thanks Gina!!

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  22. Sriracha is a spicy Thai hot sauce. If you can't find it use crushed red pepper flakes. You can make this as mild or as spicy as you wish.

    Chicken breast won't take long to cook, maybe 15-20 minutes?

    I promise to post the coconut rice soon!

    Rebecca, don't have the info off hand, sorry! You can use sparks or my fitness pal to check the calories with changes.

    Starbaby, happy birthday to your boyfriend!

    Thanks Jessica : )

    Christie- oops, glad you're losing with mine!

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  23. Looks great! I'm going to try making it soon.
    BTW, Lunar New Year this year actually starts not this coming Monday but the following Monday, January 23, 2012.

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  24. We were going to have pork tenderloin this weekend. Thanks so much for posting this.

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  25. I just made this tonight for dinner and was absolutely amazing!!! I almost went back for seconds, but that would be good for my points and my waistline.
    Thanks Gina, we love your website and I share it with everybody!

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  26. Made this for dinner and it was incredibly delicious!! SOOOO yummy! I think with the helo of YOU, Gina, I may finally lose this weight once and for all. Thank you!

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  27. Dam Girl! It's like you know me! I would love this dish to, now I must make it! It looks so wonderful and I just love mango salsa!!!

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  28. Love your blog and recipes. My day doesn't start til I finishi looking. One quick question. Are you on Pinterest? If so I would love to follow you.
    Thanks,
    Nancy

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  29. I was just sitting here wondering what to make for dinner tonite - it's a snowy blustery day here - though well I'll check out Gina's site; lo and behold an amazing pork tenderloin recipe; Thank you Gina for all your great inspiration.

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  30. I made similar to this but I add apricot preserves,lime juice and a drop of sesame oil and they are sooooo good!

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  31. This looks delicious! I came across your blog on Pinterest and I have a ton of your recipes pinned. We loved the petite turkey meatloaves with mashed potatoes and I'm hoping to try the baked oatmeal with blueberries this weekend. I'm so glad that I came across your blog for some skinny recipes as my husband and I are working on losing weight. Thanks for the great recipes!!

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  32. I had made coffee rubbed pork with pineapple salsa a few weeks ago and this one looks even better! I like the glaze. I may steal that idea! Yum. Great recipe!

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    1. I'm looking for pineapple salsa as I don't care for mango OR cilantro! Was it one of Gina's recipes?

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  33. looks outstanding. this is my question. it specifies to place the pork on the rack in a foil-lined pan. in the picture, it appears as if the pork is placed directly on the baking rack. am I understanding this correctly?

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    1. If you look real closely at the last picture..it is on a rack on a lined cookie sheet. Optical illusions can be deceptive. :)

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  34. This looks great!! Pulled out a pork loin roast from the freezer today to give it a try.

    Question for you.. do you ever use round steak? we get half a side of beef every year, and a large chunk of it is round steaks it seems. It would be nice to have some lighter recipes to use it in. I crock pot it in some beef broth and herbs, refrigerate, then have used it in place of a pricier cut of steak in the carne bistec. I also chopped it up and used it in place of burger in a meat sauce.

    thanks again for your awesome blog! Back on the wagon and this site does help ohhh so much!! I love that it's REAL food to! not all prepackaged or nutrasweet- which i can't have.

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  35. My family fought over the last piece of this last night! So delicious!!! Thank you!

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  36. I love your recipes Gina. I have one cookbook that suggests whole meals, like the sides to go with things. I would love it if you did this. I'm always good with the main dish but have difficulty matching things to go with it!

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  37. This looks delicious. I took chicken out for dinner tonight, I might try this with the chicken.

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  38. Can you post the recipe for the coconut rice before Sunday?!? I'd love to make this whole meal for my family's Sunday dinner! Looks delicious - I know they'll love it!

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    1. When I make coconut rice I use half the water it calls for and half lite coconut milk. I also add a little sweetener to the coconut milk bc its not the sweetened kind.

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  39. Just found out about your blog. WHAT A GEM!!!!!! Thank you for posting such a great varieties of recipes.

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  40. The flavor combinations sound wonderful. Would chicken breast be an acceptable substitute? I can't eat pork and figured since the tenderloin of pork is so lean, perhaps chicken breast would work.

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  41. I made it tonight!!! So yummy! Even wrinkle nosed boyfriend had three servings!!!

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  42. The salsa is no points because if you're following ww point plus fruits and veggies are zero & mango's fall into that category. I plan on making this tomorrow night for dinner. I love how I can still be on ww and eat normal food. I also love how I can still cook dinners & not have my boyfriend be deprived lol We had the Avena shakes yesterday & he loved it. I even threw a banana in it & it was delicious!!!

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  43. I can't seem to add this to my recipe box. It shows up as "Recipe Search" rather than the title of the recipe. And the link doesn't work properly :( Any way to fix that?

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  44. Tasted great! I love any meat dish with fresh mango--hard to go wrong. Pineapple is good also, and I want to try this recipe with pineapple instead.

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  45. In the past week I've made three of your recipes: the Asian turkey meatballs, the chicken enchiladas and this one.

    They've all been fantastic.

    Thank you so much for your site. I'm doing a DIY WW and skinnytaste is making it so much easier.

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  46. As others have asked, how do you recommend "de-spicing" this? My husband does not like anything hot. If I simply take out the "hot" ingredients, would the salsa still work? Thanks!

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  47. This looks awesome! Any ideas on how to make it if you don't have a roasting pan with rack?

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    1. I put it on a foil wrapped cookie-cooling rack that was a dollar at the dollar store ;) hehe

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  48. Elizabeth Schorre1/14/12, 1:52 PM

    Quick question about the serving size. I just started WW today and want to make sure I have this right. What is the serving- 1/4 of the whole pork and how much of the salsa? Thanks!

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  49. I used canned mango because its january and the mangos at my store were hard as rocks! The sauce still tastes good...i also added red pepper flakes to the glaze for the meat. It's in the oven now! Can't wait to taste it!

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  50. I haven't made this yet....but it is next on my list. Can I tell you how wonderful ALL of your recipes are! I I live in Mass and we have a huge Patriots playoff game tonight against Denver....anyhow I just made your zucchini sticks, sweet potato chipolte fries and chicken nuggets as game day food for my family. For dessert we are having your coconut macaroons. Everything is so delicious oh and by the way I made your scones after dinner two nights ago and my hubby and kids went nuts for them! All I can say is THANK-YOU, THANK-YOU, THANK-YOU. I tell all my friends about your blog too. Keep up the great work.
    Deb from Mass...Go Patriots;)

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  51. This looks very delicious! Can't wait to try it.

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  52. Yes, that looks amazing! I'm going to be out shopping for mangoes this afternoon.

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  53. I made this last night! It was delicious! I added grated ginger and grated garlic to the sauce and red onion to the mango salsa.

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  54. To make this mild, simply leave out the sriracha.

    If you don't have a rack, place it directly on the foil. No biggie!

    This feeds 4, if you divide this in 4 equal portion, that is the serving size.

    I think this would be great in chicken breast!

    I'll try to post the rice today!

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  55. And great idea about sides, I have lots of the so I will try to give you ideas and link to them whenever I post.

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  56. Yuuum!We've been working on a Chinese New Year art project with my toddler, now this comes in spot on!Thanks!

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  57. Gina, I've been a looong time follower. Since your amatuer photo days! I have made 75% of your recipes. I have made many of them 4 or 5 times. I have to say that I truly think this is your best yet. Also my husbands favorite too! I have watched your style evolve into more complex and original recipes. You are really becoming a great chef!!

    I've always wondered what you do with your "fails". I'd love to see a bloopers post!

    Keep up the great work

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  58. Dish came out really tasty!!!!
    My pork loin didnt come out with the same color.. but the flavor was pretty awesome!

    Thanks! so much! I live by your recipes! ;0)

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  59. Loved it and so did my family. I thought my youngest would think it was hot but he was dipping into the sauce all through dinner!

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  60. This recipe is to die for! I made it this evening! I can't wait for you to post the coconut rice to make next time. This recipe would be excellent for entertaining.

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  61. Another fabulous recipe Gina - made the pork tonight, we're not much for mangos here so skipped the salsa. But the pork was amazing. Just what we were in the mood for.

    Thanks!

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  62. This was fantastic! I doubled the recipe & I'm so glad I did because now we can enjoy the delicious leftovers. Your description of the coconut rice sounded too good to pass up, so I made the WW Thai coconut pineapple rice & served it with steamed asparagus. This meal got rave reviews (as ALL the recipes I make from you do!)! Thanks again!!

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  63. This looks so yummy. I am going to try it with chicken thighs since we don't eat pork. I love your site and have turned on several friends to it also. Thanks for the great ideas.

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  64. Made this tonight and it was amazing!!! My 14 year old loved it also!! Can't wait for the coconut rice recipe!

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  65. Hi Gina,

    I don't eat pork but since this is a mango recipe I must tell you I make your mango nut bread ALL THE TIME! It really is incredible. Thank you!

    Wade

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  66. Where is the best place to find the sweet chile sauce? I want to make this sometime this week! Target didn't stalk one, and I have everything but that. Does WalMart have one? Anyone know?

    Also Gina, how do you think this would do in a crockpot? For me, it's easiest to put everything in the slow cooker before I leave for work in the mornings and just have to quickly do sides once I'm home in the evenings. I might try it that way and let you know how it goes! :)

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  67. Walmart does have the sweet red chili sauce! I didn't find it in the same brand used here, but I did find it and it came out tasting great!

    I made this for my boyfriend's birthday Saturday night and it was AAAAAMAZING!!!! We're not huge on cilantro but after adjusting the amount we were so pleased with this recipe! I made the Pineapple Bliss Cupcakes for dessert too! Thanks so much for everything!

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  68. i just wanted to say thank you for making a difference in the way i eat during the work week! your recipes are healthy, delicious, and spot on with the way i like to cook... and i love that your recipes generally are made with things i have on hand and/or without a million ingredients. <3 this is my favorite food blog!!!

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  69. This was soooo good! made it for dinner tonight, and the entire family LOVED it, including my pickiest eater (my 8 yr old). Thank you so much for continuing inspiration . . . I love your blog!

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  70. Gina - this is one of my favorites for sure! Delish! Wonderful job!

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  71. This was SO good! Served it with some roasted garlic couscous and peas, and my kids devoured it! My girls aren't big on spice yet (they are 4 and 2) so hubby and I sprinkled crushed red pepper flakes on our servings.

    What would the calorie content be minus the mango salsa? I am the only one who eats mango, and I didn't want to make a special trip to the store just for that. :) Love this site Gina, I refer so many people to it! Thank you!

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  72. This dish was fabulous. I used pork chops because that's what I had on hand. The mango salsa was a perfect accompaniment to the pork. I served with plain quinoa and mixed it all together. Thank you!!!

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  73. This was really good, one of my favorites from your site (the dijon pork chops still are my favorite)
    served with your cilantro lime rice recipe but made it with quinoa... so good.

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  74. oes anyine know how long the ork needs to cook? My meat thermometer is broken and I plan on making this tonight. Thanks

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  75. I really like the sweet and spicy glaze, I think I am going to have to try this on the grill.

    Nice blog, glad I found it.

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  76. Wondering.what the cooking time would be for a turkey tenderloin as well as the points plus values? Love this site and your delish recipes.

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  77. Thanks for all of your great recipes. What are the point values for this if you don't make the salsa? Still 6 points plus? Thanks!!!

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  78. We had this tonight with the coconut rice. I used the glaze over chicken breast. It was so good!

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  79. Kathernwintek1/19/12, 10:59 PM

    Made this tonight...lOve it. And it was easy. Thanks for sharing

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  80. This is what is on the menu tonight! We love pork tenderloin at our house...and so many of my tenderloin recipes are so much better on salmon...so if this is a hit - i'm subbing salmon next time. Now let's see if I can be delicate with the mango!

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  81. sooo good...absolutely LOVE this dish and now my family is completely addicted to mango salsa!! thx Gina

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  82. Fantastic!! Added Chinese five-spice powder to the rub and scallions to the salsa. Also substituted ginger syrup for the honey in the sauce which was an excellent combination - sweet, spicy and tangy. This is a keeper.

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  83. Hi! I am making this for my in laws tonight and my father in law hates coconut, so is there another side that would pair well with the pork? Thank you SO much!

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  84. Just found Skinny Taste last week so this is the first recipe I've tried. Let me just say, This Was AMAZING!! The flavor combo was delicious and Hubby said I out did myself! No leftovers ;) Thanks, Gina. I'll be following from here on.

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  85. I cant wait to try this! So far every recipe I've followed has been a hit!! Is there a strong ginger taste to this?

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  86. This was the first recipe I tried from your site and I am hooked! The flavors were on point. My husband usually figures out the healthy recipes but he raved on how great this was. Now im off to find another recipe from your site for dinner tonight. Thanks for such a GREAT collection of recipes--keep them coming!

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  87. I made this last week and it was absolutely great. My family really enjoyed it. Served with brown rice and steamed broccoli. Also made extra sauce for dipping.

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  88. Made this last night. Soooo good! Can't wait to try it with chicken next time.

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  89. I am cooking this tonight looks awesome I have cooked many of your recipes and they are great I have so many people hooked on this sight

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  90. Wow! SO GOOD!

    Just made this for dinner tonight. Not only was it super delicious, but it was really simple to make!

    I couldn't find the sweet chili at the store so I bought Hunan chili. OOOOEEEEE SO SPICEY!

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  91. Some time ago, I made a mango/peach salsa pretty much the same as this except I used a splash or two of balsamic vinegar instead of lime juice. It was like eating dessert!

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  92. This was amazing! Loved it. Perfectly spicy and one of the best pork tenderloin recipes I have ever made. My husband loved it but it was too spicy for my kids (2 & 4). I just cut the glazed part off of their serving. Really doen't need the salsa but it is a great addition. I had plenty of glaze left to use as a dipping sauce.

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  93. I just made this and it is AWESOME! I have my "go to" recipes and this one made the list!!

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  94. Made this tonight and OH. EM. GEE. I can't stop eating it! So easy and so delicious! I served it with Bulgar Pilaf and Sugar Snap Peas. Thanks once again, Gina!

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  95. Made this twice now. Once with pork and once with chicken breasts. Both delish!!!

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  96. I made this with Hoisin Sauce instead of Chili because that is what I had. Also great! :)

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  97. Made this tonight...and it was so tasty that we forgot about the mango salsa! It's still in the fridge! Oops! This was a great recipe. Easy and really delish!

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  98. This is going to be our Valentine's dinner tonight and I can't wait!!! I have tried so many of your recipes and have never been disappointed. I don't follow WW, but LOVE your healthy alternatives for my family :) Thank you for taking the time to post so many yummy recipes! I look forward to reading your blog for new ideas :)

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    1. Oh my goodness! This WAS as amazing as it looked!!! My husband and I will be arm wrestling for the leftovers tomorrow :)

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  99. I made this for dinner tonight and it was delicious! I added pineapple to the mango salsa. It was a great side with the pork. Thanks for all the yummy recipes - really helps me with the WW program!

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  100. Finally got to try this - delicious! I got home from work late so I sliced my pork into medallions and sauted them on the stove in a little bit of olive oil, then glazed them with the sauce for a few minutes. So delicious and on the table in no time.

    For those looking for Thai Sweet Chili sauce - Frank's Hot (the buffalo sauce) also makes one now that is with the BBQ sauces if you can't find it with the Asian condiments.

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  101. I never comment even though we eat off your site pretty much every night, but Jesus, Mary, and Jerome, this was INSAAAANELY good...so good that my husband packed up the leftovers for his lunch tomorrow before I could even get another piece. I might have to kill him. Thanks for posting this simple, delicious recipe!

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  102. I added papaya to the mango salsa, it was delish!

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  103. I made this for dinner tonight and it was amazing! I made an extra tenderloin so we could have leftovers :) I served it with sauteed red and orange bell peppers, fresh green beans and sliced garlic cloves - delish!

    I've cooked a few of your recipes and every one has been awesome! I love how easy and full of flavor your recipes are! I've cooked at home more thanks to you - Keep them coming!

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  104. Thanks for the inspiration, Gina! Gave you a shout-out on our blog today: http://3flygirlz.blogspot.com/2012/04/spiced-pork-tenderloin-with-mango-salsa.html

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  105. Do I baste after the pork has cooked for 45 mins or do I do it at 35 mins...kinda confused and want to nail this recipe as it looks delish!

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  106. We are making this for a family reunion this weekend. My mother in law is soooo excited. She loved it when we made it for her. Thanks for all of your recipes they keep us eating healthy at our house. :)

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  107. AMAZING. My husband said it was fantastic (first time in our 5 yr marriage he has used that word to describe dinner and I cook a lot of good food..or so I think).

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  108. I made these with just 2 chops that I cut from a big piece of pork loin that was on sale! Cut down on the time to 30 mins. It was amazing!

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  109. Let me just say it didn't last! Will definitely be making it again!

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  110. I am so glad you included this in your Father's Day post, because I missed it the first time around. Made it last night and, truly, one of the best things I've made from this site - and possibly ever! Easy yet... moist, flavourful, succulent, delicious. Words fail me. Will be making this frequently. Thank you so very much, Gina!
    - Araz

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  111. I made this tonight for dinner and it was absolutely amazing! You need to make sure the mango is ripe or the salsa will be bitter. The sweet chilli glaze was a hit! I will be making this again and again!!

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  112. This is so delicious! I made it for lunches for the week and it keeps getting better by the day. I added some corn on the cob on the side to just make sure I get my vegetables :)

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  113. Loved this recipe! I made it for my family last night, and was a definite hit! I'm sure I'll be making it often. I also made some Coconut Brown Jasmine Rice to go with it.

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  114. This was so tasty! I bought pork tenderloin at our local farmers market, and the flavors from the rub and sauce were delicious. This was a huge hit in my house. As my husband said, "Another winner!" Thank you so much, Gina. You are so talented at what you do!

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  115. I love this soooo soooo yummy!

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  116. We made this tonight and loved it! It's perfect for us. I love the sweet and my husband loved the heat. This goes on our favorites list. Keep them coming!

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  117. I found a sweet Thai chili pork tenderloin at Sams club, I made that so I wouldn't have to drag 3 kids around looking for Thai red chili sauce. The mango salsa was amazing!!!! And the 2 together were to die for!!!!! It's a catch 22 because I want to eat way more than I should. My husband, the hard to please man, loved it and even asked for that salsa again tonight when we were having chicken. Thanks for the awesome recipes!!!

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  118. This recipe is amazing! The mango salsa complements the spiciness of the pork tenderloin so well! Thank you.

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  119. Delicious! We didn't have the salsa yet because I didn't want to go to the store. I needed a recipe for pork when the thunderstorms ruined our grilling plans, and I had all the ingredients for this. My DH's exact words were, "We should never grill pork tenderloin again!"

    Thank you so much for your creativity and recipes!

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  120. Had this last night, my husband said it was by far the best thing I've ever made (I'm not the cook in the family:) ) It was delicious! Went very well with the coconut rice (though not that coconutty as I expected). I paired it with steamed snow peas and shredded carrots. Thanks for such a great recipe!!

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  121. I made this last night and it was AMAZING. My boyfriend LOVED it and already wants me to cook it again for him!

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  122. I made this last night for my boyfriend. He said, this is a make again recipe. We both loved it. The textures and combination of flavors was amazing! I did leave a couple of seeds w/the jalapeno and the salsa ended up being a little hotter than we both liked but, I guess it is a learning experience. Since, I made the shrimp salsa that seemed a little blah when I took out all of the seeds from the jalapeno. This would be good even with out the salsa we decided.

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  123. If I had to pick only one animal to eat the rest of my life it would be the PIG!!! I love PORK! This is a great recipe, I made it tonight, except I used my homemade peach salsa that I canned this weekend. It was quick and easy! THANKS AGAIN for all your great recipes.

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  124. I cook this probably once every 1 - 2 weeks, rotating it between pork, chicken breasts and salmon filets.. and it is delicious! I could eat it every day for dinner, so could my husband. Thanks, Gina, for all of your amazing recipes! I'd say I use your recipes 4-5 times a week and you've helped my husband and I eat healthy and tasty foods for the last two years! Keep up the great work, it is definitely appreciated.

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  125. This was delicious and will be added to my weekly line-up.

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  126. Im sorry, buy I tried this and did not like it at all! To be fair, it was my first time cooking loin. It was cooked well and not over or underdone. The sauce was ok but I just didnt like it.

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  127. Maybe I missed it but you should tell people to let the pork loin rest for 5 or 10 mins after it's out of the oven. I've noticed this recipe is so much juicier when the meat is left to rest. Good job on this, me and my girlfriend love it!

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  128. Made just the pork tonight. We all loved it! My 22 month old I think loved it the most which is saying A LOT. Thank you so much for all your hard work! Oh and I probably used only about 1/2 the sauce which I'm sure affects the nutritional information.

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  129. Do you happen to know the calorie count if you don't use the mango salsa?

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  130. Does roast it in the oven just mean bake?

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  131. I couldn't find the Sweet Red Chili sauce so I picked up Garlic Chili Peppper sauce (A Taste of Thai). Do you think this will work?

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  132. This recipe was amazing!!! I think I may make that mango salsa and eat it with my Baked Scoops it was so good! The combination of the flavors of the pork and salsa was wonderful. I served it with couscous, roasted yellow squash and zuchinni & broccoli slaw. I will have to try your coconut rice you mentioned. thank you for posting such awesome recipes!

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  133. Made this last night with the coconut rice and it was AMAZING!!! My husband, a tough critic, devoured it! Just finished eating it for leftovers tonight (made two tenderloins). Will definitely be making this again and again!

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  134. I bow down to your amazing cooking skills!!! I was always a failure at cooking meat in an oven untill is recipe. This recipe itself is fabulous and delicious! But, now I use is as a base for cooking my pork tenderloin to my liking, I've used many different spices as the dry rub portion and have tried many different sauces for the last ten minutes, my favorites are your sweet chili sauce, teriyaki, and bbq! I love when a blogger really takes the time to teach you how to cook it right! Thank you!

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  135. I tried this recipe tonight. It was fabulous!!! The tenderloin was well........so tender!! Thank you many times over for your great recipes. I am going to try this with chicken next!

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  136. I can't wait to try this tomorrow night!
    What is Sriracha sauce...I don't think I've seen that before. Any ideas on a substitution?

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  137. I would like to try this in the slow cooker...any thoughts? I'm thinking 8'ish hours on low, but wondering when to add the sauce.

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  138. This was great! My hubby and I really liked it and my kids ate it up with no complaints :)
    The mango salsa was AMAZING!! This will be a new regular for me with chicken or pork, quinoa and veggies. Thank you!!

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  139. I made this for the first time tonight and everyone loved it! So many flavors. I will definitely make this again. I wanted to eat the mango salsa up all on my own!

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