Sorry for the awful picture. Quick cell phone pictures with shaky hands are no good.
I followed the recipe pretty much exactly as written (marinated the meat for roughly 5 hours). I didn't turn up my oven to 400 degrees though because I was following the instructions on the package but I wish I had because my pork loin took a lot longer to cook than hers. I am not even sure mine ever reached the internal temperature of 160 degrees but it was close enough. The less thick parts of the meat were not perfectly tender so I kind of wish I had taken it out a few minutes earlier but it was beyond good enough for my first try.
Verdict: Great recipe if you don't mind spicy, which I do not. It was pretty darn delicious and I plan on using this recipe often.
Side Dishes: Crash hot potatoes from Ree at The Pioneer Woman - Mine didn't look as nice as hers (they fell apart when I mashed them) but they were still delicious, especially with some sour cream. I used green onion on top of mine in place of the herbs. Green beans with caramelized onions - A recipe I found on BigOven (a great app). I didn't follow the recipe perfectly (not on purpose) but they were still really good. Just don't ask the hubby about them, he isn't a fan of fresh green beans.
Overall, a great dinner to accompany the Presidential debate.