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Paprika-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin
A mixture of hot smoked paprika and regular sweet paprika gives these pan-roasted pork tenderloins smoke, spice and color. If you can’t find hot smoked paprika, use sweet smoked paprika but add ¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper for a bit of heat. The tenderloins are seared on the stovetop then finished in the oven, so you’ll need an oven-safe 12-inch skillet. Remove the pork from the oven when it hits 140°F; it will continue to cook with residual heat as you make the sauce.
tablespoon sweet paprika
teaspoons hot smoked paprika
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