Simplicity may be the rule for many menu items, but executives at Outback Steakhouse took the opposite tack with their Sweet Glazed Roasted Pork Tenderloin. The goal, in part, was to create a dish that’s hard to copy, they said. Officials at the Tampa, Fla.-based casual-dining chain season the tenderloin with a secret blend of more than a dozen spices, including hot pepper, then slow cook it daily at each location for two and a half to three hours at a low temperature. They want ...
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