Pork Tenderloin is back on the menu today!

Last Tips, Tricks, and Techniques video, I showed you how to “How to Roll Cut”.

This week I will show you how I “Truss a Pork Tenderloin”, simple and quick, this technique will have you stuffing a roast of any size with polished skills.

There are many ways to tie a roast but I think this way is as simple as it gets.

How to Truss a Pork Tenderloin

As you can see, it is a very simple technique and you will only need a couple feet of cotton twine and scissors.

Take your time to get everything snugged up tight so your stuffing doesn't leak out while cooking.

Don't forget to remove the string before serving!

If you missed the first video on “Roll-Cutting” you can view it here: How to Roll-Cut a Pork Tenderloin | Knife Skills

Looking for a couple of stuffed roast recipes to try your new cooking skill on:

Easy Stuffed Pork Tenderloin Recipe

Grilling Stuffed Pork Loin in a Cedar Plank Tray

Apricot Cranberry Stuffed Pork Loin

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