Grilled Southern Pork Loin Recipe is simple to make and it’s just perfect for summer grilling season! We’re pulling out the grill this Memorial Day weekend and can’t think of better recipe to start off the season than our southern rub and organic pork loin. It’s melt-in-your-mouth amazing and bursting with flavor! Grilling recipes are always a crowd pleaser – you’ll WOW the whole crew with our grilled to perfection Southern Pork Loin Recipe! 🙂
Grilled Southern Pork Loin is tender and flavorful!
I can hardly believe that it’s Memorial Day Weekend. . . where does the time fly? Even though mother nature has not brought us warm weather for the past few weeks- we are still going to pull out the grill to get the summer grilling season started rain or shine! The weather will eventually warm up, right?! We know your gathering will be a blast when our Grilled Southern Pork Loin Recipe is apart of the celebration.
Our Grilled Southern Pork Loin will be a hit and we know you’ll love these southern recipes too!
- Sweet Potato Pie
- Creamed Peas and New Potatoes
- Panfried Catfish with Sweet Chili Garlic Sauce
- Southwest Chicken Chowder
- White Texas Sheet Cake
- Essence Creole Seasoning
- Brisket with Rosemary Potato Hash
- Chicken Enchilada Cornbread Pie
- Banana Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
- Southwest Chicken and Rice
- Jalapeno Honey Cornbread
We know our Grilled Southern Pork Loin Recipe will wow your family… so we’re excited to share these other grilling recipes too!
- Sweet and Sour Shrimp Skewers
- Herbed Grilled Chicken Recipe
- Grilled Red Wine and Garlic Elk Steak
- Grilled Pineapple ala Mode
- Grilled Tandoori Style Chicken
- Herbed Flank Steak
- Grilled Pear, Chicken, Craisin Salad
- Bacon Wrapped Chicken Pineapple Skewers
- Grilled Strawberry Shortcakes
- Greek Lamb Burger with Yogurt Mint Sauce
- Grilled Tarragon Garlic Steak
Put your hands together for Fit Friday!
1) You can’t wear any old shoes out on the trails. Trail shoes are built for traction, foot protection, and stability. Traction being one of the most important ones on that list.
2) Gearing up includes a few things. Let’s start with clothes, breathable and loose. I have found that I do best laying for trails, much more so than when I am staying on the road.
Water is also a big part of gearing up. I almost always suggest taking at least a handheld bottle of water. If you are doing much distance at all consider hydration vests. Trails generally mean you are more secluded and away from people, you don’t want to find yourself lacking and alone.
There are lots more that can be included in gearing up; food, first aid kits, sun protection, lights, and navigation tools. Be prepared folks!
3) When deciding where to go you need to remember that trail and road are different. Trail will typically be slower than road for even basic trails. Add technical trails and/or lots of climbing and your times can be all over the place. If you are new to trail running you may want to look at local parks that have quiet gravel roads and trails. Do some research, get on websites and talk to people. You will find trail runners are friendly and will happily guide you in a good direction.
4) Technique for trails needs to be a bit more focused, keep your eyes up ahead and your stride short. There is no shame in walking the steep parts.
ENJOY!!!! That is the most important part of all. The tips and reminders are there to help make sure you get to enjoy.
Grilled Southern Pork Loin Recipe will start your summer backyard gatherings off with a bang!
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Grilled Southern Pork Loin
- 1 2 pound boneless pork loin fillet
- 2 tablespoons liquid smoke
- 1 teaspoon garlic salt
- 1 teaspoon onion salt
- 1 teaspoon pepper
- 2 teaspoon celery salt
- 1 large onion sliced 1/4 inch thick vertical slices.
- Layer 3 sheets of foil overlapping to keep juices in pouch, place pork loin in center; fat side down.
- Combine liquid smoke, garlic, onion, and celery salt, pepper, celery salts in bowl; mix to combine.
- Rub spice mixture on all sides of pork loin.
- Fold foil into a tent by rolling the sides together and down, then fold edges in.
- Place on plate and allow to marinate in fridge for 2-3 hours.
- When ready to cook, preheat grill on high.
- Set foil wrapped pork loin in the center of grill and cook 22 minutes or until center of loin reaches 130 degrees F.
- Remove from foil, place directly on grill, 2 minutes on each side or until reaches 140-142 degrees F.
- Set sliced onion on grill and cook 5-6 minutes; turning once.
- Set on serving plate and allow to rest for 5 minutes.
- Serve and enjoy our Grilled Southern Pork Loin Recipe!