Place pork on a rack in a shallow roasting pan. Combine remaining ingredients; spread half over the pork. Bake, uncovered, for 15 minutes. Spread with remaining mixture. Bake 15-20 minutes, or until meat thermometer reads 160 degrees F.
cooking365 Member since: October 12, 2013 REVIEW: I modified this just a bit. Used the same ingredients but rubbed it on the tenderloin about 4-5 hours ahead of cooking so it could soak in more. Felt it gave the meat more flavor instead of just sitting on the outside. Will make this again. Would be good on pork chops too I think.
Jul 4, 2013
flynn37 REVIEW: I don't usually like a bunch of sugar on meat but we tried this last night and loved it. It's got a tangy warm sweet taste to it which went well with the pork.
Aug 29, 2007
lynmoz Member since: January 17, 2007 REVIEW: Terrific recipe! Great when you're pressed for time, it was simple to whip together and tasted fabulous. Excellent for pork sandwich leftovers the next day, too! Served with zucchini & baked pineapple.
Jul 18, 2007
leaguenights Member since: March 19, 2006 REVIEW: Best dinner we have had in a while! Perfect and easy recipe!
May 28, 2006
Dew REVIEW: I didn't have any cinammon, but even without it this was absolutely delicious!! My only sugestion though is to line your pan with foil, as if you don't, you will be chipping it off the pan...the sugar in it. But by all means don't let that deter you, so simple and absolutely great!