Get ready to pig out with this Pork tenderloin sandwich! This is just a Dantastic meal all around with a perfect cut of pork tenderloin perfectly breaded and seasoned with that classic Dan-O’s Original Seasoning. Hm, just makes my mouth watering thinking about taking a bite. Serve it up with some quick and easy corn ribs or a spicy tomato cucumber salad, and you’ve got one Dan-O-Myte dinner!
When you go to make the perfect pork tenderloin sandwich, you may be tempted to switch a pork tenderloin for a pork loin. There’s a few problems with this, but to begin let’s first define a tenderloin. The pork tenderloin is one of the leanest, and most tender cuts of meat out there but can cost a little more than average meat.. Pork loin is more of the bargain choice for a tender cut. Pork tenderloin tend to be a narrow, long boneless cut of meat from the muscle that runs along the pig’s backbone. Pork loin is wider and flatter, and can be both boneless or bone-in. Pork loin comes directly from the back of the animal.
While both are lean meat, their shapes, thickness, and sizes are different enough to where it’s not a good idea to sub one for the other. You’re more likely to overcook a pork tenderloin when you sub it for a pork loin, and you’re more likely to burn a pork loin before it ever reaches temperature if you’re subbing it for a tenderloin.