One of my favorite cuts of pork is the tenderloin. Usually I would try searing this off and throwing it in the oven to finish, but the results are hit or miss. The window of opportunity for optimal juiciness is really tight. Sometimes I would hit it and other times I’d end up with a chewy piece of rubber. The advantage with the Ninja Cooking System is that the moisture the system creates really does seem to widen that window considerably. This is due to their innovative steam oven technology.
This feature works by circulating steam in the Ninja, resulting in meat that does not dry out easily. Additionally, you are able to enhance the flavor of the meat by modifying the liquid that you use to steam it. In this recipe I’ve gone with a very basic beef broth, but I plan to experiment with various fresh herbs, garlic, seasonings etc. to try and find the perfect flavor.
Making this was a snap. Try this out and I promise your guests will comment on the juiciness of the meat.
- Yield: 4-6 Servings
- Prep Time: 10 minutes
- Cook Time: 25 minutes
Pork Tenderloin, seared and steam roasted
- Season all sides of the tenderloin with the Mrs. Dash, salt and pepper
- Turn the Ninja Cooking System on to high heat and add 2 tbsp of Olive Oil
- Allow the system to heat up and sear all sides of the tenderloin
- Remove tenderloin and add 2 cups of beef broth to the cooking system
- Add the roasting rack in and place the tenderloin on top
- Change the heat setting to oven at 350°
- Cook for 20-25 minutes
Tip: if the broth evaporates just add a little more until the meat is done