BettyCrocker.com and FoodNetwork.com provide easy recipes to marinade a cut of pork. Both marinades are suggested for pork tenderloin, which is the leanest cut of pork.
BettyCrocker.com suggests a marinade as simple as garlic and olive oil. Mix the marinade to the desired amount. Put the ingredients and pork in a sealed bag. Refrigerate the ingredients overnight.
BettyCrocker.com also suggests a dry rub that combines herbs like parsley, basil and cilantro. Other dry ingredients, such as garlic powder, salt, pepper or chilli powder, can be added to the ingredients. Rub the ingredients into the pork several hours before cooking.
FoodNetwork.com's recipe includes 1 zested lemon, 3/4 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice, olive oil, 2 tablespoons of minced garlic, minced fresh rosemary and thyme leaves, 2 teaspoons of Dijon mustard, kosher salt and freshly ground pepper. After combining the ingredients, place them and the pork in a sealed bag. Refrigerate the ingredients for 3 hours or more.