This bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin with infused brown gravy is easy to make and a wonderful way to incorporate your medicinal needs into your daily meals. Be sure to add this tasty recipe to your favorites list and share with others who enjoy infused foods and creative ways to medicate with the foods we love to eat.
Bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin is one of the tastiest meats. Knowing how to cook a pork loin properly can be a challenge and every cooks worse nightmare is overcooking a nice cut of meat. Wrapping your tenderloin with tasty strips of bacon can provide a nice solution to seal in the juices and add extra flavors to an already tasty cut of meat. As the bacon cooks, it provides a protective flavor barrier sealing in the juices of the tenderloin while at the same time releasing its own delicious juices and distinct flavor we all love about bacon.
Choosing your bacon is a matter of flavor preference. Bacon flavors like apple, maple, smoked, pepper, and hickory are all great choices to add flavor to your tenderloin and lock in a combination of flavors that are delightful to your taste buds.
Choose a tenderloin seasoned or unseasoned. Pre-seasoned tenderloins should reflect a
flavor blending nicely with your choice of bacon. For example, hickory flavor bacon wrapped around an Italian seasoned pork loin may not have the best flavor combinations. Pepper bacon may be a better choice to bring out the zesty flavors of Italian seasonings.
On the other hand, un-seasoned tenderloins give you an opportunity to season your meat they way you want and in a way that releases flavors blending nicely with your choice of flavored bacon. For example, if you choose maple flavored bacon, choose seasonings for your pork loin enhancing those flavors and create tasty combinations that melt in your mouth.