This Smoked Everything Bagel Stuffed Pork Tenderloin has everything you could want in a meal! With its creamy vegetable stuffed center to its plump and juicy exterior of perfectly smoked and caramelized skin. This Stuffed Pork Tenderloin is an affordable meal that serves up big portions making it great for large gatherings or meal prep, and as we’ll discuss its fillings are very versatile.
The Stuff of Legends
The beauty of a Pork Tenderloin is how versatile it is, especially when it comes to stuffing. While we did cream cheese with spinach and asparagus, you can do many different combinations for maximum flavor. One popular stuffing is apple, bacon, rosemary, and pecan! Once you’ve mastered ours, start experimenting with your own twists on a Stuffed Pork Tenderloin.
Thick and Juicy
Perhaps the most intimidating part about smoking your Stuffed Pork Tenderloin is keeping it plump and juicy. Thankfully, we’ve got a few tips to keep yours thick and juicy. Number one, and this may seem obvious, is don’t overcook it! Anytime you overcook the meat, it’s going to be dry and chewy but if you monitor the internal temperature throughout the cooking process and pull it out when it reaches an internal temp of about 155 Fahrenheit then you should be good. The second piece of advice we have is to let the Pork, or really any meat, rest before cutting it. As the pork sits, it’ll still gain temperature up until about 160 Fahrenheit, giving you a nice plump and juicy piece of meat.
We’re gathered here today to lay to rest the topic of why we lay things to rest
If you’re not familiar with smoking meats, you may be curious as to why laying it to rest is so important. Resting meat allows the juices to redistribute and settle evenly throughout. This translates to when you do cut into it, those juices stay inside the meat and keep it nice and moist instead of leaking out all over the cutting board. This isn’t just the key to a nice Smoked Stuffed Pork Tenderloin but a nice steak, or even roast as well. Learning this now will improve your future meals for years to come.
Now you know some tips and tricks to make the perfect Smoked Everything Bagel Stuffed Pork Tenderloin, it’s time to get out there and make it yourself! Yum Yum Get Ya Sum! Also, if you love this everything bagel recipe, make sure to also try our everything bagel chicken tenders!
- Preheat smoker to 350°F
- Trim and unroll pork loin
- Spread cream cheese and generously sprinkle with Dan-O’s Everything Bagel Seasoning
- Add spinach and asparagus (raw)
- Roll pork loin and wrap with cooking twine
- Place on the smoker and cook 1-2 hours (Cook to an internal temp of 155)