Teriyaki Glazed Turkey Tenderloin

I have used this marinade recipe over and over, and get rave reviews every time. The only prerequisite is thinking ahead a few hours! After preparing the marinade, I dump it in a zipper bag along with the meat and refrigerate for several hours, turning occasionally.

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Place on hot oiled grill pan and sear on both sides. Place in 350 oven for 15-20 minutes, depending on the thickness of your tenderloin. Do not over cook or meat will be dry.


I served this turkey with oven-roasted new red potatoes and steamed mixed veggies. Oven roasted potatoes are so easy to prepare. Scrub potatoes, toss with olive oil, salt and pepper and bake 350 for 40-45 minutes, turning occasionally. I like to pick out the smallest potatoes when I prepare them this way. If you have larger potatoes, half or quarter them. Just prior to serving, slice potatoes into a serving size. (very good drizzled with a little butter and fresh parsley at this point!)


 Teriyaki Marinade

1/2 c. oil
3/4 c. soy sauce
1 T. pepper
1/2 c. lemon juice
1/4 c. mustard
2 cloves garlic minced (I used 1 t. Garlic Gold Nuggets) www.garlicgold.com
2 T. brown sugar
1/2 t. ginger

Blend all ingredients and place in zipper bag with meat. Place in shallow pan in fridge and marinade for several hours. This is a great marinade for chicken, turkey, beef or pork. This recipe makes enough for 4 turkey tenderloins, so I just prepared half a recipe for the two of us.

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4 Responses to Teriyaki Glazed Turkey Tenderloin

  1. melanie says:

    Yum. It all looks so good! What time is dinner? =)

    This looks similar to the marinade I use for turkey tenderloins ~ I’ve adapted the recipe they serve at the Iowa State Fair at the ITF’s booth. (ITF = Iowa Tky Federation ~ my dad/family has grown turkeys for many years)

  2. I could only wish you sent me an invitation for dinner with the teriyaki-marinated tenderloins….am hungry now!

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