Using the manual setting, turn the pot to 5 minutes. Add 1 cup of broth (chicken or beef) to the Instant Pot.
-Make sure to purchase tenderloin for this recipe, not pork loin. Pork tenderloin is an especially tender cut of meat and is sold in a long thin package. Often times, Hormel is the brand on the packaging. At Costco, pork tenderloin is sold in a two pack, meaning two packages, each containing two pork tenderloin, or enough for double of this recipe.
-This recipe is easily doubled, brown the pork two at a time in the pot, but pressure cook (all 4 pieces of meat) together. If you are doubling the amount of meat, I suggest pressure cooking for about 8-9 minutes.
-If you like, you may spoon a bit of the juice left in the pot over the meat after placing on a platter. Then spoon some of the glaze over the top as well.
-I used Kraft brand Balsamic Dressing in this recipe, but any brand may be used.