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pork tenderloin wrapped in bacon

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Can I saute a pork tenderloin, then cook it a few hours later?

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If you're finishing it in the oven, start it in a cold oven so it warms through before it begins cooking and you should be fine.

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Pork tenderloin cooks so fast why bother?  My vote is no, as pork tenderloin tends to dry out pretty quickly.  Also sounds like a food safety issue to leave half cooked pork laying around.

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I agree..it's done in under an hour....or just there, about.  "Insert negative comments..mumble..instant gratification...grumble"

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