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The results for your tenderloin have more to do with how you cook it than what marinade you use, in my experience. I like to use a combination of dark soy sauce, fish sauce, ginger, garlic and brown sugar mixed with a little oil. I pretty much mix it to taste. I sear on stovetop and then roast at 350 F until thermometer inserted into center of meat reads 140 F.
I like answer but how long do I marinate?Thanks
Minimum 30 mins up to 24 hours--the longer, the more flavor you will get from the marinade.
Coming back to add I usually start marinade after getting going for the day and then cook for dinner.
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Wrap the tenderloin with strips of bacon.
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