Smokey Peach Grilled Pork

I’m all about simple and easy meals lately… I know that’s not usually my M.O. (that’s modus operandi for those of you not obsessed with Law and Order), but things have changed a bit around here. While I would love to be making homemade ravioli and spending hours in the kitchen making homemade puff pastry, that’s just not how things are working.

I am doing much better after my surgery a few weeks ago… I am gradually getting back into the kitchen (but not lifting anything over 10 pounds!), but my energy is limited. Many days, I need a nap by lunchtime, and my energy for making dinner really isn’t what it used to be. I’d much rather focus on homemade ice cream and make something simple for dinner. I have priorities!

But, here’s the thing… Even though my energy and motivation may be lacking, we still need to eat! My hubby is a great sport and has taken great care of me, but he works hard and doesn’t always have the time and energy to deal with dinner… I hate to ask him to do even more around the house, so I’ve been doing my best to come up with simple meals that taste great and don’t require too much energy from either of us!

This grilled pork is a perfect example… It was so easy to make, and you can’t beat the flavor! I was lucky enough to receive a jar of this amazing Peach Chutney from Tracy over at Sugarcrafter, and I knew it would be perfect with some pork.  I just added my own quick spice rub at lunchtime (before my nap!) and let the pork rest in the fridge all afternoon.  Then, we grilled it for dinner (that’s something my hubby excels at!) and added the peach chutney… Quick, easy, delicious. I even had enough energy to take a few photos… And, we had leftovers for another night!

Smokey Peach Grilled Pork
(Serves 6)

  • 1 tablespoon brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon sweet paprika
  • 1 teaspoon Kosher salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon chipotle chili powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon allspice
  • 2 pounds pork tenderloin
  • Peach chutney
    (I recommend this recipe from Sugarcrafter… I can’t wait to try it!)

At least two hours before grilling, mix together the brown sugar, paprika, salt, chipotle chili powder, and all spice. Rub the spice mixture all over the pork tenderloin, covering all sides. Wrap tightly with plastic wrap and refrigerate.

Grill the pork on medium heat until it reaches an internal temperature of 145°F.  Transfer the grilled pork to a cutting board, cover with aluminum foil, and let it rest for 10 minutes.

After the pork has rested, slice it and serve it topped with peach chutney.

14 Responses to Smokey Peach Grilled Pork

  1. This sounds fabulous Jen! I love peach with chicken and pork. Soooo good.

  2. Love the smokiness of the pork with the sweet peach, sounds delicious. Happy Cooking!

  3. Tracy says:

    Thanks for linking to my peach chutney, I’m so glad you liked it!! I don’t even like pork much but after seeing this I can’t wait to try it on the grill! YUM!

  4. kristy says:

    Jen, glad to know that you’re alright now! The grilled pork look fantastic & juicy delicious. Take care & have a lovely day.
    Blessings, Kristy

  5. bakingbarb says:

    I wish you a speedy recovery. The peach and pork combo sounds delicious and something I need to try ~ pork is a favorite at our house. Thanks for posting/

  6. Amy says:

    wandered over from tastespotting…looks yummy. I love grilled pork with any fruits, especially summer fruits! but what is that delicious looking side dish?!

  7. This photo on TS caught my eye. Then, I realized the dish was exactly what I made for my husband on Father’s Day. Yours looks delicious! The photo is beautiful. I thought the peach chutney was such a good pairing with the pork. I have another bbq’d pork dish that I wrote an article on that is a rhubarb mostarda. I haven’t written up the peach one yet…

  8. Paula says:

    What a great looking meal Jen! Glad to hear that you are healing well and that you are taking naps. Your energy level will come back in time…as long as you keep taking those naps. Hope there were lots of left overs from this delicious looking pork tenderloin to make some quick dinners with :)

  9. Mrs. Currie says:

    I need a good pork rub for pork tenderloin. Could you post your pork rub recipe.

    I am glad to hear you are getting better and are being well taken care of!

  10. Tracey says:

    Oh yum Jen! I just recently discovered how good peaches can be in savory dishes, can’t wait to try this one.

  11. Eliana says:

    This has awesome summer cookout written all over it! Love it Jen.

  12. Jen I love your M.O. too (that made me laugh!) and this is a wonderful flavour combination!

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