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Dec 19, 2011 08:20 AM

converting recipe from grill to oven - any tips?

I have a recipe for a stuffed pork tenderloin that was written for the grill. Since it's December I'd much rather cook it inside - any body have tips on converting the cooking info for the oven?

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  1. Maybe provide the cooking info... more details, please.

    2 Replies
    1. re: wyogal

      The stuffing is an apple, sausage, greens and goat cheese mix. It is stuffed into a pocket cut into the tenderloin. The tenderloin i then wrapped in bacon (which I think would make browning it hard). The instructions say to grill the two tenderloins for 25 minutes (turning to get all sides) over moderately high heat.

      1. re: lupaglupa

        I think you'll be able to brown, especially to crisp up the bacon.

    2. I would start the pork on the stovetop and sear it on all sides before roasting in the oven. Since it's stuffed (with what?), I'd lower the oven temp to 350 degrees to allow for even cooking.