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Old 08-28-2012, 02:27 PM   #11
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You can still make a good sandwich with pork tenderloin; it just won't be pulled pork. Just grill it and slice into rounds.

Something like this, for example.
Barbecued Pork Sandwiches with Pickled Red Onion Recipe at Epicurious.com

Another option is to slice into rounds and use the same technique used to make chicken-fried steak.
I always make DH sandwiches with leftover tenderloin. In fact I will often do two at once just to have meat that I can slice, put in individual packages, freeze and pull out for sandwiches.
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I always make DH sandwiches with leftover tenderloin. In fact I will often do two at once just to have meat that I can slice, put in individual packages, freeze and pull out for sandwiches.
Great idea!
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I have sliced them lengthways and pounded them out very flat. You get about 4 rectangular portions, depending on the size of the tenderloin. They are so tender its ok to cut them with the grain. Especially after pounding. I have no problem biting into them. Then I quick grill with lots of sauce...

They go on sale around here a lot. You can pick one up for 3 or 4 bucks when they do.
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I have sliced them lengthways and pounded them out very flat. You get about 4 rectangular portions, depending on the size of the tenderloin. They are so tender its ok to cut them with the grain. Especially after pounding. I have no problem biting into them. Then I quick grill with lots of sauce...

They go on sale around here a lot. You can pick one up for 3 or 4 bucks when they do.
Wow, that sounds like a great way to cook them.
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