There are a few ways to cook pork tenderloin but if you’re starving and in a hurry, then I have the best method for you. Every day, I get home around 6:30 after an hour and a half commute from work. After all that time in a car, in the usually horrendous traffic, I am in no mood to spend more than 30 minutes preparing dinner. That is why every morning I make sure to take out my protein (also marinate if applicable) so that it is fully defrosted and ready once I get home and all I have to do is cook it. Back to the tenderloin. Like I said, there are many methods. You can throw it in the oven or on the BBQ but both of those ways take warm-up or pre-heating which sometimes I just can’t handle. So the stove-top comes to the rescue! Instead of the 10 minutes for pre-heating and 30 or so minutes to cook, I instead slice the tenderloin and pan-fry it! This usually takes about 4 minutes per side depending on how thick you slice it and that, my friends, is much more acceptable.