Ingredients

Title Value
1. Pork tenderloin 600 Column
2. Leek 70 Column
3. Garlic powder 1 art. l
4. Salt 1 Tsp
5. Soy sauce 70 Ml
6. Tomato paste 1 art. l
7. Mixture of peppers 1 Tsp
8. Provencal herbs 1 Tsp

Cooking

1. Stage

First you need to cook the marinade. Mix all the spices, pour in the soy sauce and add the tomato paste. Mix well until smooth.

1. Stage. First you need to cook the marinade. Mix all the spices, pour in the soy sauce and add the tomato paste. Mix well until smooth.

2. Stage

Rinse the meat, wipe it and dress it tight with a thread.

1. Stage. Rinse the meat, wipe it and dress it tight with a thread.

3. Stage

Grease the pork on all sides with the marinade, leave a few tablespoons of the marinade. Pickle meat for several hours, and best of all night.

1. Stage. Grease the pork on all sides with the marinade, leave a few tablespoons of the marinade. Pickle meat for several hours, and best of all night.

4. Stage

At the bottom of the baking dish, lay the foil, put the chopped leek and the remaining marinade.

1. Stage. At the bottom of the baking dish, lay the foil, put the chopped leek and the remaining marinade.

5. Stage

Place the meat on the onion, wrap it tightly with foil and place in the oven for 2 hours at 180 degrees, then remove the foil and bake for a brown crust for another 20 minutes. Cool and serve a little.

1. Stage. Place the meat on the onion, wrap it tightly with foil and place in the oven for 2 hours at 180 degrees, then remove the foil and bake for a brown crust for another 20 minutes. Cool and serve a little.

6. Stage

Bon Appetit!!!

7. Stage

Oven pork tenderloin in a fragrant marinade with tomato paste and soy sauce is very tasty, juicy and aromatic. Cooking such a dish is quite simple, the longer the meat is pickled, the tastier it will turn out. You can take meat with a small layer of fat, and if it is not there, then put an additional container of water in the oven to make the pork more tender and juicy. Use fresh vegetables or pickles for serving, as well as a potato garnish or any other suitable for pork tenderloin.