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Pork: Fillet

More Information About Pork Tenderloin

Our dedicated producers are free-range pig farmers and let their swine roam outdoors throughout their lives. Our exclusive range of high quality pork from Hampshire, Berkshire, and Gloucester Old Spot boars. These breeds offer a superior eating quality, through enhanced flavour, tenderness, and succulence.

Try our incredible Iberico Pork Fillet which has been expertly prepared by our butchers. Iberico is the world's most distinguished brand of pork. Heralding from the Iberian Peninsula, this vast landscape is rich with acorns which form a large part of the animals' diet. This results in unparalleled marbling, which renders out when cooked and creates an array of sensational flavours.

Buy tenderloin online from Tom Hixson, along with other pork cuts, and discover premium quality meat delivered directly to your doorstep. Ordering in bulk for your business? We are also a wholesale butcher who can provide large quantities of our pork.

How Do You Cook Pork Tenderloin?

The best way to maximise the flavour and juiciness of your fillet is to roast your pork in the oven. To do this, first, take your meat cut out of the fridge and leave to sit until it reaches room temperature. Preheat your oven to 200°C, and while you wait for it to warm up, season your pork liberally with salt, pepper, and other delicious fresh herbs and spices.

Heat olive oil in a large skillet over high heat and sear your pork tenderloin on all sides until a golden crust forms. Next, add your pork to a tray along with your favourite vegetables and place in the oven. Cook your pork until the internal temperature has reached 65°C (this takes about 20 minutes). Rest your pork before slicing and serving to your guests.

What Cut is the Pork Tenderloin?

Pork tenderloin comes from the loin muscle along the backbone. The impressive cylinder-shaped cut is long and narrow, boneless, incredibly lean, and deliciously tender. Be careful when cooking a pork tenderloin, as the thickness may make it easy to overcook.

What is the Difference Between Tenderloin and Pork Fillet?

There is no difference between pork tenderloin and pork fillet. They are both alternative names for the cut of pork that comes from the rear end of the loin, although ‘pork tenderloin’ is most commonly used.

Pork Fillet Recipe Inspiration

Pork tenderloin is an excellent cut of meat that can be used in several recipes. Try using your delicious fillet as part of your next Sunday roast, or cut the tenderloin into strips and stir fry with fresh vegetables and noodles for an easy midweek meal that the whole family will enjoy.

Try using your pork fillet for recipes like slow cooked pork collar and pickled red cabbage, honey glazed gammon, Iberico pork chops with chorizo, and pork rib variations.

Do We Stock Other Pork Cuts?

We are a wholesale butcher, specialising in providing high quality meats, which means you are able to buy most cuts of pork from our website (you can also order your pork in bulk at wholesale prices). Find delicious pork roasting joints, streaky and back bacon, sausages, Boston Butt, and more online.

If you’re looking for an impressive pork cut to wow family and friends, view our range of Iberico pork. Iberico pork is one of the world's most distinguished brands of pork. Their diet and lifestyle mean the meat is exceptionally marbled, with the pork offering a subtle nutty taste after cooking.