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Proscuitto Wrapped Pork Tenderloin– Perfect for the this Holiday season! Making these has become a tradition in my home, they are THAT delicious!
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 Proscuitto Wrapped Pork Tenderloin | That Skinny Chick Can Bake

My Christmas Eve memories involve sipping on hot oyster stew around our dining room table with my parents and three sisters.  Afterward, we’d munch on holiday goodies from friends and neighbors, including the crispy rosettes my mom made every year… lightly dusted with powdered sugar. Later, we’d walk down the starlit street, bundled up and full of chatter to attend midnight Mass. We’d sit up in the balcony and sing with the childrens’ choir…I guess good pitch wasn’t required…just sweet, innocent voices.

Proscuitto Wrapped Pork Tenderloin

Well, fast forward many years…and my own family wouldn’t touch an oyster with a 10-foot pole.  Instead, we started our own tradition of dining on Proscuitto Wrapped Pork Tenderloin for our  Christmas Eve dinner.  I just rubbed these tenderloins with a mixture of olive oil, minced garlic and rosemary followed by a light sprinkle of salt and pepper.  Wrapped in prosciutto (keeping with our pork fest), seared and then roasted to perfection, we enjoyed this quick dinner.
You may need these supplies to make the pork tenderloin recipe:
Prosciutto Wrapped Pork Tenderloin…a skinny chick original
2 pork tenderloins (each about 1 1/4 pounds)
1-2 sprigs of rosemary
1 large clove garlic
Olive oil
Freshly ground black pepper
3 ounces prosciutto (you may need more if your tenderloins are large)
Mince rosemary and garlic…about 1 tablespoon total.  Mix in a small bowl with a couple teaspoons of olive oil to make a nice paste.  Rub over pork tenderloins.  Sprinkle lightly with salt and pepper.  Wrap with prosciutto, pressing to allow prosciutto to adhere to itself when ends meet.
Preheat oven to 375º. Heat a small amount of olive oil in skillet.  Sear briefly on all sides.  Remove to roasting pan, inserting a meat thermometer into center of one tenderloin.  Roast till internal temperature reaches your desired doneness (we roasted to 145º).  Allow to rest a few minutes before cutting.
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64 comments on “Proscuitto Wrapped Pork Tenderloin”

  1. Liz – this is a TERRIFIC idea! I’m a HUGE fan of pork loin – but it never occurred to met o wrap it in prosciutto! Really, really delish!

  2. Such a superb, and beautiful pork loin, Lizzy!
    A genius idea with the prosciutto wrap…so moist, and tender, and oh, so inviting!

  3. Looks fantastic! Can’t wait to try this recipe myself.

  4. Haha about the oysters! I’m not a big fan of them either for some reason. I think they are too slimey for me, lol. But, this pork looks fantastic! I love that you wrapped it in prosciutto!

  5. Look absolutely delicious! How was the salt level with the proscuitto?

  6. Okay, your blog has just succeeded in getting me up off of my chair to go and cook. I’m hungry!! LOL

  7. Thanks, everyone!!!

    The salt level was fine…even salting the exterior didn’t make it too salty.

  8. What a delicious looking pork tenderloin. I love any technique that helps keep it moist. Yum.

  9. I bookmarked! Prosciutto wrapped, I’m in! This tenderloin looks perfect and we’ll definitely enjoy this recipe!

  10. Pork tenderloin is my favorite pork cut for sure. It is so versatile when it comes to seasoning. Prosciutto is a fab idea. looks great!

  11. This is so amazing. Like Top Chef/Iron Chef stuff. You blew me away with this one.

  12. What an elegant dish and delicious tradition. We don’t go too many days without having pork in some form and I am looking forward to adding this recipe to our selection. Can’t wait for the holidays though this has to be soon.

  13. I have a pork tenderloin in the freezer and some proscuitto in the fridge. I see a very promising meal on the horizon. Thank you so much for this delicious sounding recipe.

  14. I made this yesterday for dinner. Our friends loved it so much they asked for the recipe 🙂

    I posted some photos on my blog

    Thank you for the recipe.

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