Dine IN with the Indiana Culinary Trails Passport!

Whether it is thin and crispy or thick and juicy, the Pork Tenderloin has become a part of Hoosier cuisine, and any visit to Indiana is not complete without trying one. The Pork Tenderloin allegedly has its birthplace in Indiana, and Hoosiers love this traditional food. Amongst many stories of its origins, it is agreed that it was originally created as a German take on preparing pork and has spread across the Midwest. 

Different chefs have had their own unique take on the traditional Hoosier Pork Tenderloin, but each pays special homage to Indiana as the birthplace of this beloved entree. Try each of these unique variations on the original Hoosier Pork Tenderloin across the state by using our trails below and download our passport to start earning prizes as you have your culinary journey of Indiana's traditional cuisine.

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