Marinated Greek Pork Tenderloin with Tzatziki Sauce and Salad

Want to wow your guests and not have to work very hard? Try some marinated grilled or broiled pork tenderloin. Whether prepared indoors or out, this recipe will be healthy and delicious! Serve this recipe with freshly made Tzatziki sauce and a Greek Mediterranean salad. Recipes below! If you do not eat pork, you may substitute boneless skinless chicken thighs of the same weight. If you keep Kosher, substitute another dip such as Hummus or Taramosalata to serve with pita as an appetizer, called in Greece a Meze.

Ingredients For Pork Tenderloins

Two whole pork tenderloins 11/2 pounds each

1/2 cup white wine vinegar

1/2 cup lemon juice

3 large cloves garlic minced

1/2 cup olive oil

3 teaspoons fresh oregano

1/2 t ground black pepper

3 t Kosher salt

Spice Rub: 3 teaspoons kosher salt, 3 teaspoons ground white pepper, 3 teaspoons fresh oregano, 3 teaspoons cardamom, three teaspoons garlic minced, one teaspoon sweet paprika.

Ingredients for Tzatziki Sauce

1/2 an English Cucumber peeled, minced, and dried of excess moisture

11/2 cups plain Greek yogurt

1t olive oil

2t lemon juice

1 t dill

1 t Kosher salt

1/2 t ground black pepper

Two cloves minced garlic

Ingredients for Greek Salad

Eight cups chopped Romaine lettuce

One red onion cut into rings

One cup crumbled soft feta cheese

Four scallions minced

Three Tablespoons Minced Fresh Oregano

Six Tablespoons Red Wine Vinegar

Two mince large garlic cloves

Six Tablespoons Olive oil

One teaspoon ground black pepper

One teaspoon Kosher salt

One teaspoon dried oregano

Five diced Roma tomatoes

One peeled and diced English cucumber

Pepperoncini peppers

Kalamata olives

Method For The Tenderloin

1) In a large baking dish prepare the marinade. In a large bowl mix the white wine vinegar, lemon juice, olive oil, honey, cardamo