I'm looking for one. I tried a recipe from the WW app entitled Spice-Crusted Roast Pork Tenderloin and it was simple enough and tasty - but the cooking time was off. Very pink inside when I went to serve it, so I put it back in the oven and it got a little too dry in the thinner places.
For some reason I am not adept with cooking pork. TIA for any tips!
Tuck the thinner part of the tenderloin underneath so it ends up being about the same thickness as the rest. You can also cut the tenderloin into smaller sections to roast (this was suggested by a chef on Food Network). The timing would probably be closer to the time suggested by WW. One last idea is to slice the tenderloin & either grill or pan fry it.
I never agree with the time listed on the WW recipes for pork tenderloin so I make sure to use a meat thermometer. That's the easiest way of handling it.
One recipe we enjoy on the WW site for pork tenderloin is Rosemary Pork Tenderloin with Root Vegetables. Very tasty but I keep the tenderloin in the pan while the veggies roast instead of removing it from the pan.