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Nov 18

Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Ginger Peach Sauce

Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Ginger Peach Sauce

When I was offered the opportunity to work with Del Monte on a holiday recipe post*, I started brainstorming immediately. The theme of the campaign is “Garden in your Pantry,” which really appealed to me because once your Summer garden has gone into hibernation, many favorite fruits and vegetables become “out of season” (read: harder to find and more expensive). In working with Del Monte, I learned that they really take pride in picking and packaging their fruits and vegetables at their peak ripeness, which helps their canned products retain similar nutrients to fresh when prepared. The peaches I used in this recipe actually contain more antioxidants and vitamins than fresh peaches because of the canning process they go through, making them a great choice for your pantry year-round.

Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Ginger Peach Sauce

I knew right away that I wanted to work with peaches, because they’re one of my favorite “Summer” fruits that will definitely only be found in my pantry during the Winter months. I considered making a dessert, but I kept coming back to the idea of making a peach sauce and serving it with meat for a festive main course. Pork tenderloin pairs perfectly with fruity sauces and toppings, so this Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Ginger Peach Sauce was an easy choice.

I wanted the sauce to retain the sweet, peachy flavor of its main ingredient but also have some savory elements, so I added ginger (a perfect complement for peaches) and soy sauce (because I felt it would go well with the ginger). I also added a bit of Sriracha for zip, but if you want this dish to be spicy you’ll want to add a bit more. Because the peaches are pre-sweetened, there’s no need to add sugar – added bonus! To view your WW PersonalPoints for this recipe and track it in the WW app or site, click here!

Del Monte Peaches and Ginger Peach Sauce

Searing the pork before putting it in the oven is an important step, not just for presentation, but because it locks in a lot of the flavor and juiciness while the meat cooks. You end up with soft, succulent, juicy pork smothered in a sweet, savory, and fruity ginger peach sauce that tastes decadent and will impress your holiday guests. They’ll never guess it’s less than 200 calories per serving! You can also add some plumped dried cranberries sprinkled over the top for an added holiday touch if you choose. To plump dried cranberries, just stick them in a bowl of hot water for about 10 minutes and drain.

Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Ginger Peach Sauce

*I have partnered with Del Monte through BlogHer to help promote their “Garden in your Pantry” campaign. I have been compensated for my time commitment to work with their product, however my opinions are entirely my own and I have not been paid to publish positive comments. For more information on Del Monte products, visit them on Facebook!

Contest (CONTEST CLOSED): In addition to working with me on this post, Del Monte is also offering a giveaway for you: one lucky reader will win a $100 gift card for Crate & Barrel! To enter the contest, just leave a comment on this post answering the question, “What are your favorite fruits or vegetables to stock in your pantry?” The contest ends on 12/18 when a winner will be randomly selected.

Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Ginger Peach Sauce

This easy Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Ginger Peach Sauce makes a delicious and impressive looking meal!


  • 1 (14.5 oz) can Del Monte No Sugar Added Sliced Peaches, drained
  • 2 teaspoons grated fresh ginger
  • 1 tablespoon less sodium soy sauce
  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • ½ teaspoon Sriracha
  • 1 lb pork tenderloin, trimmed
  • Salt & pepper, to taste
  • 2 teaspoons Canola oil
  • ¼ cup white wine


  • Pre-heat the oven to 425. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and set aside.
  • Combine the peaches, ginger, soy sauce, garlic and Sriracha in a blender or food processor and blend until smooth. Set aside.
  • Sprinkle the pork tenderloin lightly with salt and pepper. In a large skillet, heat the oil over medium-high heat. Add the pork and sear on each side until golden brown (4-5 minutes per side). Place the tenderloin on the prepared baking sheet. Using a pastry brush, brush two tablespoons of the reserved peach sauce over the surface of the pork. Place in the oven for 18-20 minutes until the pork is juicy and slightly pale pink in the middle.
  • While the pork is cooking, Place the remainder of the peach sauce from step 2 in a small saucepan and add the white wine. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat and then reduce to a simmer. Simmer for about 10 minutes. Serve ladled over the finished pork tenderloin.


To view your WW PersonalPoints for this recipe and track it in the WW app or site, click here!
Nutrition Information:
197 calories, 7 g carbs, 5 g sugars, 6 g fat, 1 g saturated fat, 24 g protein, 1 g fiber (from myfitnesspal.com)
MyWW SmartPoints per (1/4th of the recipe) serving: (SP calculated using the recipe builder on weightwatchers.com)
Green: 3 SmartPoints/ Blue: 3 SmartPoints/ Purple: 3 SmartPoints
Weight Watchers Points Plus:
5 per serving (P+ calculated using the recipe builder on weightwatchers.com)

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212 comments on “Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Ginger Peach Sauce”

  1. I love to stock creamed corn, fruit cocktail, and crushed pineapple.

    shanahattis at gmail dot com

  2. I love love love Del Monte sugar free peaches, fruit cocktail and veggies like canned green beans and corn! I always have them in my pantry.

  3. Artichoke hearts for sure.

  4. I always have canned tomatoes on hand!

  5. Always tomatoes and a variety of beans, black, kidney, garbanzo, navy.

  6. I always have tomatoes and beans. I like to have peaches. pineapple and mandarin oranges too!

  7. I have green beans by the case in my pantry because I love them, and my dog gets them as a healthy addition to his dinner. He thinks they’re a treat! I also love the canned peaches and fruit cocktail, and the canned corn is a must have as well!

  8. I ABSOLUTELY must store corn and black beans to add to my favorite southern style dishes, I also love to store peaches and pears! There as so many delicious sauces and desserts you can create!!

  9. I like to keep peaches, corn, green beans, and mandrin oranges on hand

  10. I always have canned tomatoes, peaches (for stir fry – my hubby doesn’t like pineapple!), beans, and even some canned corn and green beans for my WW soup!

  11. I like to keep peaches, mandarian oranges, any type of beans, peas & carrots on hand.

  12. We always stock greenbeans (canned by my inlaws) and creamed corn


  13. I always have chick peas, artichoke hearts, corn, black beans, pineapple and mandarin oranges stocked in my pantry.

  14. I always stock canned pumpkin, and I like having canned chick peas and kidney beans on hand, too.

  15. I always have green beans on hand for veggies and pineapple for fruit always!!

  16. My favorite vegetable to have on stock in my pantry at all times would have to be beets. So many people hate them, but I love to add them to a bowl, add a little vinegar to them and throw them on my salad or even as my vegetable side dish with a meal. High in iron, tasty and filling. Can’t go wrong!

  17. I always have corn, green beans and pineapple!

  18. I always have corn, beans, artichoke hearts and pineapple!

  19. I always have diced tomatoes- they are great for chilis, tacos, tomato sauce, etc. There are so many directions you can take them in, they are a must have!

  20. I always have canned pears and canned tomatoes on hand.

  21. Diced tomatoes! I use them so often, its great to keep them in the pantry.

  22. I always have canned tomatoes, mandarin oranges, pineapple in all forms, and canned corn stocked in my pantry.


  23. Sundried tomatoes for sure are my favorites!

  24. Definitely tomatoes, artichoke hearts, and pineapple!

  25. We always make sure to keep a supple of canned died tomatoes and canned artichoke hearts in the pantry. The husband and I can’t get enough!!

  26. Mandarin oranges and french cut green beans!

  27. I always have canned tomatoes and corn and canned peaches and pears in my pantry. bjn1957{at}gmail{dot}com

  28. I love having tons of pineapple! Great for stir fry!

  29. My pantry is never without green beans and diced tomatoes! I use both of those several times a week!
    email: karynlyn720@aol.com

  30. I always have to have diced tomatoes, crushed tomatoes, stewed tomatoes…. they’re so versatile and I use them all the time!

  31. we love peaches! home canned ones 🙂

  32. My favorite are pineapple and applesauce. Also love their canned tomatoes! Bakerdi1@yahoo.com

  33. I love to stock spinach and pears! Those are two of my favorites!

  34. I like to have pineapple chunks, peaches, applesauce, plum tomatoes and artichoke hearts in the pantry.

  35. I like to stock up beans, applesauce, pineapple chunks, green beans, and corn 🙂

  36. My favorites are black beans, diced tomatoes, pineapple rings and mandarin oranges.

  37. Everything that I can grow in the garden or on the farm, it goes in the pantry. If I can’t grow it, I will buy it from the local orchard or nursery, supporting locally owned and grown foods.

  38. Sweet Potatoes and black beans. Always have to have them!

  39. We always stock black beans and mandarin oranges (in water) because my boys LOVE them!

  40. I love to stock corn and beans. Great for tacos, enchiladas or soups!

  41. I always have canned tomatoes and pineapple in my pantry.


  42. This recipe sounds delicious. I like to keep canned fruits-peaches, pineapple, apricots and more- as well as corn, tomatoes, beans of all kinds.

  43. You recipe looks delicious. Some of my favorite flavors are in the recipe…so does the Rice side.

    Canned tomatoes, mandarin oranges and corn are my favorite go to items for sauces, salads and corn for roasting.

  44. I always have diced tomatoes! They are so versatile and are a staple in so many last minute meals!

  45. My pantry always has a variety of beans, mandarin oranges, pineapple, peaches, tomatoes…and cream style corn for my hubby!!

  46. I always have black beans, garbanzo beans, tomatoes and green chiles in my pantry.

  47. I always have pineapple, apple sauce, chick peas and canned tomatoes on hand!

  48. Applesauce, peaches and tomatoes!

  49. Definitely apples, bananas, bell peppers, canned greens, and believe it or not….del monte peas and carrots!!

  50. Squash (of almost any kind), and any and all fruit that is in season.

  51. Apple sauce and mandarin oranges!

  52. I always keep my pantry stocked with corn, beans, and diced tomatoes!

  53. I always have a fresh stock of tomatoes, zucchini, bananas and apples!

  54. Always have tomatoes…especially diced! For fruit, it has to be pineapple and mandarin oranges…yum!

  55. Canned shoepeg corn, black beans and mandarin oranges in water.

  56. I love crushed pineapple in my great grandma’s famous carrot cake, shoepeg corn and black beans for an awesome bean salad with olives and tomatoes, and diced tomatoes because I use them at least twice a week. 🙂

  57. Pineapple – can always use it!

  58. I always have mandarin oranges for a snack and peaches for cobbler!

  59. Pineapple and green beans!

  60. I keep canned corn, green beans, diced tomatoes, pineapple, peaches, and applesauce on hand.

  61. I like to have peaches and pears, but my son loves mandarin oranges! 88mcobbe@jamestown.wnyric.org

  62. Fruit cocktail & applesauce for my daughter; black beans & kidney beans for the chili I make during the winter months.


  63. I love keeping green beans, corn, mixed fruit, applesauce and pineapple.

  64. I like to keep tomatoes, pineapple, and artichokes!

  65. All kinds of tomatoes! -Alyssa S.

  66. I like to stock up on peaches, pears and corn!

    Tawna Perkins

  67. Green beans and pineapple are my favorite!! Love making green beans with garlic and herb seasoning and a little bit of butter, you would never know it came from a can!! I could eat pineapple like it’s going out of style!!

  68. Sounds yummy! My stepdaughter loves peaches so I will be trying this recipe soon.

  69. Peaches, pineapple, tomatoes and beans. This recipe looks wonderful. I’m going to try it soon!

  70. Pineapples and peaches.

    hewella1 at gmail dot com

  71. I almost always have brussels sprouts in the fridge. In the pantry – canned peaches, canned beans and canned whole tomatoes.

  72. We stock a lot of canned corn, peas, beets, tropical fruit, pears, and peaches.
    madelinebrubaker {at} gmail [dot] com

  73. I always like to have peas and black beans in my pantry. I try to stick to fresh fruit, but I’ll usually have canned peaches in my pantry as well!

  74. Tomatoes – in all forms – sauce, stewed, paste, crushed etc. along with peas and greens. Fresh fruit – apples and peaches.

  75. I always have diced tomatoes, peaches, mandarin oranges, and corn.

  76. I always have pumpkin and peaches in the pantry for fruits and for veggies we always have corn and all sorts of beans! Brandyh813@gmail.com

  77. I always have tomatoes, beans, bean sprouts, pineapple, mushrooms and corn.

  78. I love to keep beans, tomatoes, corn and garbanzo beans because you can do anything with those!

  79. I hate sponsored recipes like these. They make you seem like such a sell out.

  80. Tomatoes. Whole. Crushed. Diced. Pasted. I’m Italian and it sure beats processing them at home.

  81. My favorite fruits and veggies to stock are tomatoe products – great for making anything from soup to crock pot recipes. Also green beans for casseroles. Fruit with no sugar added for oatmeal or crisp recipes too.

  82. Tomatoes and, believe it or not, canned beets!

    Oh, and you’re not a sell out. I don’t see a lot of sponsored recipes on your site even though I bet you get offers all the time.

  83. green beans are probably my favorite veggie to have on hand and my husband gets upset when there’s not peaches in the house!

  84. I love canned pumpkin at this time of year! I also always have diced tomatos, corn and black beans for Mexican-style dishes…..

  85. Canned pumpkin is always on hand! I used it for breakfast, dinner, and dessert recipes! 🙂

  86. I always keep green beans and pineapple chunks

  87. Tomatoes, always! I use them in so many different types of dishes (Mexican, Italian, Creole, etc.).

  88. We always keep tomatoes, creamed corn and LOTS AND LOTS of fruits like mandarin oranges, pineapple, applesauce, fruit cocktail, etc!

  89. I love french cut green beans!

  90. Favorite vegetable to stock is cut green beans! I also love canned pineapple! Can add these 2 to any meal.

  91. We always have green beans. tomatoes (all kinds), and mandarin oranges.

  92. I absolutely love this recipe. Pork tenderlion is my go to in winter or summer. My pantry is always stocked with Del Monte crushed and diced tomatoes for sauce and canned corn is my absolute must to have on hand!

  93. I like to keep tinned carrots, green beans and sweetcorn in the pantry! I also keep a large amount of tinned fruit because my children are big fans, some of our favorites are pineapple chunks and mandarins in light syrup.

  94. I always have canned diced tomatoes in my pantry. I also like to keep canned pineapple and canned mandarin oranges for the days when we run out of fresh fruit.

    maritezg @ hotmail . com

  95. I always stock canned corn and canned green beans in my pantry!

  96. Green beans and peaches!!

  97. I always have tomatoes (diced and crushed) stocked on my shelves for last minute recipes

  98. I always keep corn and green beans in the cabinets.

    chambanachik at gmail dot com

  99. Green beans, petite diced tomatoes, and peaches.

  100. I love having beans for a quick side dish, along with other veggies like corn. Canned fruit is nice to have too!

  101. I always have canned pumpkin, green beans, peas, tomatoes and pineapple in my pantry.

  102. I always have peaches available.

  103. I always stock tomatoes, pumpkin, and sauerkraut!

  104. Definitely tomatoes. My mom cans them every summer from our garden in Rochester and keeps me in stock during the winter. Living in NYC, it’s nice to have a little piece of home when I’m cooking!

  105. I’ll have to say canned tomatoes – whole, diced, crushed, ect – for lots of different dishes.

  106. My pantry is always stocked with Del Monte seasoned tomatoes , such as the zesty jalapeño and basil, garlic and oregano. They make recipes come together very quickly. I also keep cans of whole and crused tomatoes for soups and sauces as well as tomato paste. Other canned vegetables I often use are mushrooms, green beans, sauerkraut , olives and all kinds of beans.
    Canned fruits that I like to keep on hand are pumpkin, peaches, pear halves,pineapple and mandarin oranges.

  107. Tomatoes tomatoes tomatoes!! I also love their peaches and pears.

  108. Green beans are a staple for me. Quick and easy and everybody likes them!

  109. canned? pumpkin, and weirdly…i love canned peas!

  110. I love having canned diced tomatoes (the spicy ones) in the pantry. I add them to everything: taco meat, pasta dishes, mac and cheese… you name it.

  111. We always have peaches, pears and mandarin oranges for a quick fruit salad. We also have diced tomatoes because those can be used in anything.

  112. I like to stock canned beans and pineapple in my pantry
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

  113. -https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/404095803171418112

  114. Tomatoes! I’ve been buying the kind in the box because they are BPA free, but I have a ton of them lined up in the pantry.
    onefrugalgirl AT gmail DOT com

  115. I stock up on green beans, peaches and pears,

    s2s2 at Comcast dot net

  116. I like storing as many canned items as I can in my food storage…peaches, pears, pineapple, apples, beans, corn, green beans, we love it all! I can’t wait to try this…peaches and pork..seriously your a genius! jenpark003 at hotmail .com

  117. I love to stock canned peaches and corn

  118. Peaches, pears, kidney beans, corn and tomato products

  119. Definitely always have tomatoes and beans in the pantry. Lately we’ve been stocking up green beans because my 2 year old is digging them. Can’t say no to veggies! 🙂

  120. mandarin oranges! I am addicted to those little pieces of yumminess!

  121. peaches and mandarin oranges

  122. Corn, mandarins and LOTS of tomatoes! Could not live without them!

  123. Green beans are the veggi I always have on hand, I know if I don’t have anything fresh it is at least one that my kids will gladly eat

  124. I try to have three cans of tomatoes in all different forms in my pantry. They’re just so versatile.

  125. Green beans, both commercial and home-canned. They go with anything and are cheap and easy.

  126. My favorites are tomatoes, corn and artichokes.

  127. I always have canned beans, and corn and even okra!
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  128. I posted a tweet: https://twitter.com/AnnaZed/status/406675646748717056
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  129. I love keeping canned peaches on hand for a healthy snack.

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  131. All kinds of tomato products and many types of beans are in my cupboards.

  132. Mandarin oranges…can eat a whole can! And we keep tomatoes and corn on hand at all times!

  133. I always have green beans, corn, tomatoes and peaches!

  134. Canned veggies are our go to on busy nights. Peas, Carrots, Corn, Green Beans…the list goes on and on.

  135. I always stock pineapple, tomatoes and pears in my pantry!

  136. Onions, garlic, and potato.

  137. I always have pineapple, peaches, and mandarin oranges. My kids eat this stuff right up!

  138. i would have to say, tomatoes, artichokes, mandarin oranges and pineapple are can staples in my house.

  139. Corn, green beans & artichokes are always on hand!

  140. What a delicious recipe! You can always find canned tomatoes, corn, and peaches in my pantry!

  141. In my pantry you will always find tomatoes, corn, mandarin oranges and pineapple!

  142. My favorite fruits or vegetables to stock in my pantry are mandarin oranges and tomatoes

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

  143. I always have canned tomatoes, green beans, and peaches on hand thanks for the giveaway aunteegem@yahoo.com

  144. I like to keep corn in my pantry! thanks for a chance to win! kmassman gmail

  145. I like peaches.
    MCantu1019 at aol dot com

  146. Peaches and pineapples!
    My e-mail is vintagezest (at) gmail (dot) com

  147. I always have pineapple and tomatoes on hand.

  148. I always have applesauce and mandarin oranges on hand.

  149. I Iike to store canned pineapple, I is it in a lot! Ariannasma216 at yahoo dot com

  150. Looks so yummy! I always have canned pineapple, green beans, corn, carrots, and tomatoes in my pantry. 🙂

  151. In my kitchen cupboards you can always find green beans, corn, tomatoes (all different kinds!), beans, pineapple, applesauce, asparagus (although I do prefer fresh!) and spinach…Thanks for sharing your recipes…you have a wonderful website!!

  152. Peaches and pears are always in my pantry.

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

  153. I always have beets and corn in the pantry

  154. Green beans, tomatoes, pineapple

  155. I usually have corn and green beans available in our pantry.

  156. I always stock canned tomatoes, artichoke hearts, all sorts of beans and hearts of palm.

  157. I always have canned tomatoes (in various forms) and corn.

  158. I keep canned Tomatoes and mushrooms as well as some sort of beans (navy beans, kidney beans or black beans)

  159. In addition to the usual suspects (corn, peas, carrots), I always keep a can of fiesta corn and black beans handy.

  160. I always have canned pineapple chunks, peach halves, and pear halves. I actually prefer canned peaches and pears to fresh. We always have black beans, refried beans, tomatoes, and carrots in our pantry too.

  161. Canned pineapple chunks, mandarin oranges and peaches as well as corn and artichoke hearts.

  162. I always have Delmonte crushed, chunked and ring pineapples and peaches on hand in my pantry for using with desserts and with meats.

  163. Tomatoes, corn, peaches. emilym(dot)mailk(at)gmail(dot)com

  164. I loved canned peaches!

  165. I love the sugar-free peaches and pears!


  166. Diced or crushed tomatoes and any sort of bean! Great for gravy or chili when I need to make it!

  167. I always have diced tomatoes and sugar-free peaches and pears! So yummy on almost anything.

  168. Sun dried tomatoes, corn, creamed corn, peaches, pears.

  169. i love pears of the can so good

  170. I love to keep Mixed Veg, Peaches and Pineapple on hand. When I have leftover meat from dinner I can make a quick Pot Pie and who doesn’t love Pineapple Upside Down Cake. Peaches are my favorite with cottage cheese – thanks Del Monte. 🙂

  171. Always have tomatoes of all kinds, green beans, black beans, red beans and all kinds of fruit. Makes for a quick meal!

  172. I always have canned peaches and canned green beans in my pantry.

  173. i always have canned corn, green beans, tomatoes and peaches in my pantry !

    debbiebellows (at) gmail (dot) com

  174. I love to stock canned peaches
    pokergrl8 at gmail.com

  175. Black beans, chickpeas, and kidney beans to name a few!
    14earth at gmail dot com

  176. I like to stock up on canned corn.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

  177. Canned creamed corn, peas and pineapples

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

  178. canned corn, we use it for soups all the time

  179. tomatoes. We use them in chili.

    seanm1999 at hotmail dot com

  180. I made this recipe and chose to use fresh peaches and it was just as yummy. although if you don’t have fresh peaches knowing you can make it with the canned ones is great. I am not a big meat eater but I followed the directions and “seared” my tenderloin first and …it was wonderful. It came out so tender and juicy. I think however, the next time I make it I will add a wee bit more sriracha hot sauce. We could sense it there but wanted a bit more “kick”. (warning if you add more do it very sparingly, and keep track of how much more you add for the next time. This way you can be sure you up it in small increments and when your family decides on the perfect mix you will know how much you added!)

    • So glad you liked it! Definitely agree with your tip about sriracha – a little goes a long way! 🙂

  181. Thanks for the recipe and the WWpoints, but it would have been nice to have had the contest not use the comments section so that we could have seen people’s thoughts on how the whole recipe turned out for them, like from Candice — March 24, 2014. And I will report back once I’ve made it.

  182. I agree with TinaTalker.
    That said, I did taste this at my daughter’s house and it was divine! The little kids loved it as well. I will be making it this weekend for my husband since I know he will love the ginger paired up with the peaches. You can also use frozen peaches, I am sure. (I always have them on hand for smoothies.)
    Love your site.

  183. To avoid risk of trichinosis, fresh pork should be cooked to 145° F – 160° F. No pink should remain. Otherwise this sounds awesome and I will definitely try it this week.

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