*Actual cooking time will depend on several factors, including starting internal temperature of the meat, thickness of the cut, and how your oven is calibrated. For best results, remove the pork from the refrigerator 30 minutes prior to cooking and use an instant-read thermometer to test the internal temperature for doneness.
Important Note: The safe internal temperature for pork tenderloin is 145°F. The meat will be pink inside at this temperature (as shown in these images). For less pink results without drying out the tenderloin, add another 5-6 minutes to the cook time to bring the internal temperature to 145°F when removing from the oven. The temperature will increase several degrees while the pork rests.