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|By :Chop Secrets|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||35 minutes|
*The Manual and Pressure Cook buttons are interchangeable.
The meat wasn’t near hot enough after pressure cooking for 2 min. 3 lbs only reach 110. Recommend pressure cooking a little longer.
Delicious and easy! I cooked two tenderloins with two apples and one large onion. Temperature was over 170 but still moist. Served with rice.
150 degrees 1.59 pounds pork
Cut the apple chunks small if you have kids. Ill also cut the onion and meat in smaller pieces. Wonderful flavors…served with mash potatoes…..2 of 3 kids like it so that’s a win.
This pork tenderloin turned out really good and juicy. The apple balsamic sauce is excellent. Will definetly make again.
2 pound tenderloin. 2 minutes not near enough time. Could not get to desired temp with saute step. Sliced it (still raw on inside) and put back on to pressure cook for 9 minutes. Was very tasty this way but not as 8 had envisioned. Nest time I try this recipe I will definitely pressure cook the whole tenderloin longer.
2 1/2 lb tenderloin cooked for 6 mins with 15 NR. Was perfect. Used 1 cup broth. Could have added a 2nd apple and maybe a little less broth
It was DELICIOUS! The glaze threw it over the top. Ill definitely make it again.
Pork is usually a difficult meat to cook. This recipe came out so juicy and flavorful.
Tender, juicy and flavorful!!
This was very yummy. I fixed 2 tenderloins and doubled the recipe so total weight was 4.3 lbs. I pressure cooked at low for 7 minutes and the pork was done and juicy. We prefer our pork well done. I like apples so inused 3 instead of 2. It was delicious and will make it again.
Wondering why it says cook time is 35 minutes yet in the directions it says to pressure cook the roast for 2 minutes? I see a lot of reviews that complain that 2 minutes was not enough… Hmmm!
Even though the cooking time is only 2 minutes, the pork loin will continue to cook while under pressure. It is very important to let this recipe naturally pressure release and not quick release.
For meat the size and weight can alter the cooking times. Other reviews mentioned trying to cook a heavier pork tenderloin than the recipe called for, which would need a longer cooking time and the recipe would need to be adjusted.
I doubled the recipe and used two 1.5 pound loins. I salt and peppered the meat prior to browning. Pressure cooked for 4 minutes. It was awesome.
There must be a typo for 2 minutes under pressure. For sure it needs more time.
This was quite easy but the apple chutney gave it a gormet flare
This was my first recipe in the Instant Pot. I would recommend newbies try a simpler recipe instead of this. That said, pork tender and juicy. The apple sauce was delcious.
This is delicious. I cooked a 1.3 lb loin for 4 mins and it was right at 140 after the pressure released.
This was so tender and the flavor was different i really liked it!!
Delicious. Adaptable: used garlic flakes instead of fresh garlic and a little syrup when I discovered my honey was past its sell by, but apples and pork? You can’t go wrong.
I too was confused by the temperature and followed up by sautéinging, as suggested. This felt wrong, though it did not detract from the taste. Clarification perhaps needed though?
Great flavor, i have made this recipe twice now. Using the steam grate i added potatoes and carrots. Definitely up the cook time…8 minutes was perfect for me.
I have the 6qt LUX and dont have the ability to do low pressure, so my pork turned out a little overdone. It was tasty nevertheless. I’d love any advise to remedy the dry pork in my situation. I’ll certainly make this again.
If a recipe calls for low pressure and you have a Lux, you will need to adjust cooking time by a bit.
Easy recipe and do delicious! I had a huge tenderloin so doubled everything, but cut up the tenderloin into 4 pieces, kept same time and it turned out great!
How do I adjust the time for a 12 oz tenderloin? Half of the 1 1/2 lb required?
This will be my first recipe. I appreciate the suggestion of using the steamer for veggies & potatoes. I’ll come back after I make the recipe tonight & comment!
I made this recipe for my first try. It was easy to follow. I wasn’t certain how much to cook it under pressure after reading the reviews. I only had a 1 lb tenderloin and decided to cook for 7 minutes. It was way overcooked. Next time I will cook for 3 minutes. The applesauce is delicious! I used 1 apple but next time will use 2.
Amazing! Blew me away!
Added 3 apples instead, used dried herbs added directly for whole process. Adjusted time for larger roast size. Worked great, tasted great too!
Too little seasoning on the pork, needs more salt and pepper. I prefer a sauce that doesn’t mix onions and apples. Pork turned out tender, but you need to sear the loin in a cast iron pan.
I just bought my InstantPot and this is the first recipe i tried. It was fantastic!
Beautiful. Definitely going into my favorites. Are used to apples and it was perfect. Wife loved it. I mean her good bucks.
My package of two loins weighted a shade over 4 lbs. So, I doubled the recipe, but used three apples instead of just two. I chose Granny Smiths.
To supplement the meat, I also had about 5 golf-ball-sized potatoes and one Russet potato cut into pieces of various sizes. I also cut two thick carrots into generous pieces. I put some of the potatoes directly into the sauce and the rest in a foiled packet. I foiled the carrots as well. The foiling was out of a concern of overcooking them. The two foiled packets were set on top of the meat.
Given all the extra meat and veggies, I did 7 minutes of low pressure cooking, followed by the full 15 -minutes release with Keep Warm.
The meat tested at 170+ in many places. It was not dry at all, and it was largely the doneness that we normally get from a long crock pot session.
The potatoes that were loose came out very well. The foiled potatoes and carrots were underdone, so I think I could have put all of them loose on top of the meat. I finished them in the microwave.
There was lots of the sauce, more than double what we ended up using. Part of that, I suppose, was the addition of an extra apple. Two of our five were picky kids, too. Even if everyone gobbed as much sauce on as I did, we still would have some left over. So, don’t worry about that. It was delicious sauce, and we’re keeping it for other possible uses.
This recipe is definitely a keeper. Next time, I will add the vegetables directly, with no foiling. I might also experiment with not fully thawing the pork, so that I can have enough time to cook the vegetables thoroughly without overcooking the pork.
Delicious recipe. It would be nice to see it adjusted for the quantity of pork that most people are likely to cook, which is the two loins that they get in a packet.
This is a huge hit and it’s delicious. I add mini potatoes but it’s just for more substance. The flavour of the recipe is amazing. I made it 3 times in 1 week.
I really thought there was no way my 2 lbs of pork would be fully cooked in 2 minutes. But it was! It reached 140 degrees and it was juicy and cooked all the way through. I have never been wowed with an instant pot recipe until now. I wasn’t even wowed by the crack chicken recipe everyone was raving about. (I had cooked it several times in a crockpot for years and it was 10 times better than an Instant pot recipe.) But my faith has been restored in Instant pot recipes! The chutney is to die for
This was so good and we didnt make any changes to the recipe except a little more salt and pepper! Loved it as is and will make it again! Really great instructions too!
This recipe is wondeful. I will make it often, as we love pork.
Pretty simple, I followed the instructions with one exception, I let it pressure cook for 5 mins, wait for 15… it was 165-170°F, which is considered well done for pork! We will make this again!
One of my favorite instant pot dishes. The balsamic apple sauce is so good. And the herbal flavor on the pork is so tasty.
Juicy, tender, delicious! The family loved it! The 40 minute total time is laughable however. Hell, it took me 10 minutes just to dig the ingredients out of the cabinet, lol. From start to finish it really took me about an hour and 15.
This dish is amazing! Very tender, and fantastic flavor. We had roasted rosemary red potatoes and zuchinni with it, for a delicious meal.
This was so tender and had amazing flavor. Highly recommend!
Used our 8 quart instant pot and doubled the recipe. It was delicious. I think the prep time was actually quite a bit longer than 10 minutes. It’s not difficult but leave a little wiggle room with your time.
Prep time can vary, especially if there is lots of chopping. I am a slow chopper and I always add an extra 10-minute wiggle room.
Astounded by how good this was.
Delicious and very tender. Used apple cider vinegar due to allergy to sulfites in balsamic. Also added 2 apples. Used arrowroot powder instead of corn starch. It was very good but there were an awful lot of steps. I prefer a simpler recipe.