Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Corn Salad
A simple salad of corn and beans pairs perfectly with grilled pork tenderloin in a dish fit for the summertime.
Why This Recipe Works
Grilling is a terrific way to cook pork tenderloin, a tender cut of meat that benefits from the flavor boost provided by fire. We wanted a rich, browned crust and juicy, tender meat—and a quick, flavorful salad to accompany it. Using frozen corn in our Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Corn Salad recipe was efficient and just as flavorful as fresh corn. Shoepeg, a sweet white corn, worked especially well in our recipe. Cilantro becomes soapy-tasting if chopped in advance, so chopping it right before adding it to the corn salad’s vinaigrette maintained its fresh flavor.
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