Slow roasting pork tenderloin is a good option as this method produces very tender and succulent meat. Cooking at high temperatures can dry out the meat as most of the fat on a pork tenderloin is located on the outside of the meat rather than marbled throughout.
While slow roasting pork tenderloin is a good option, it can also be grilled or cooked in a slow cooker. Pork tenderloin should always be cooked over indirect heat. Before cooking, there are also many options for preparing the pork tenderloin to maximize flavor, such as marinating, using a dry rub, brining or glazing.