Mangasm? Yes, Mangasm. It’s much shorter than titling the recipe “Bacon Wrapped, Beer Injected, Jalapeño Cream Cheese Stuffed Pork Tenderloin.” Feed a meat loving man a meal like this (paired with a beer) and watch it bring on a mangasm.
Ever since I posted Miss Information’s recipe on my Five on Friday, the only thing Greg wanted for dinner was it. After projecting incredibly long on Friday and Saturday, making the bacon wrapped pork dish seemed like the only fair thing to do. Plus I felt bad because I suggested taking off on Friday to project and spent about half the day working . . . while he projected on my desk.
Did I mention how amazing he is?
Back to the Mangasm recipe (a phrase coined the amazing man himself).To put it simply, the mangasm is divine. Juicy and bacony with a spicy creaminess from the filling. Even before he finished the first slice, he wanted to know if I’ll try cooking it in the smoker, “to make it manlier.”
With grilling weather becoming more frequent in the Philadelphia area, have some friends over and impress them by throwing this on the grill.
Bacon Wrapped, Beer Injected, Jalapeño Cream Cheese Stuffed Pork Tenderloin aka Mangasm Recipe (modified from Miss Information)
- Pork Tenderloin/Pork Roast
- 4 ounces of a hoppy beer
- 2 Jalapeños
- 1 brick of cream cheese
- Package of bacon
- Cooking twine
1. Roast your peppers. If you’ve never roasted a pepper, place on a piece of tin foil under the broiler. Blister the skin and rotate until all sides are blistered. Quickly place in a plastic container, cover and let sit for five minutes. After five minutes, you can easily peel the skin off.
2. Slice and remove all the seeds. Chop the peppers and set aside.
3. Take your pork and butterfly the piece. Sadly mine came as two pieces so I just made this like a sandwich.
4. Inject beer into the pork.
5. Slice the cream cheese and lay on one side of the pork.
6. Spread the jalapeños over the cream cheese.
7. Sandwich the pork closed.
8. Cut 2 three foot pieces of twine.
9. Wrap one end of the pork in bacon and tie it with a piece of twine.
10. Repeat on the other end.
11. Start wrapping your bacon around the pork. I’d wrap two pieces and then wrap the twine around those pieces. Repeat until the entire piece of pork is covered in bacon.
12. Using the other end’s piece of twine, wrap the pork one more time.
13. Break your dog’s heart by telling her she can’t have any.
14. Place on the grill.
15. Move it up to the grill shelf once you realize how much fire happens with bacon grease.
16. Break your dog’s heart again by telling her she can’t have any.
17. Cook until it has reached an internal temperature of 165 degrees. Remove and let it sit for 10 minutes or until it reaches an internal temperature of 170 degrees.
18. Remove all twine, slice, and enjoy!