Wednesday, January 13, 2010

French Onion Pork Loin Roast

 We love eating Pork Roast.  It is the other white meat that is very lean and moist.  The first night we eat it as a warm meal.  The leftovers are eaten with a salad the next night! Do you make a pork roast? Please share your ideas,  recipe or a link to your recipe!


French Onion Pork Loin Roast

4# Pork loin roast
1 lg onion, sliced
6 cloves garlic, sliced
1T extra virgin olive oil
1/2 c. Allegro original marinade
2 c. sweet red wine
1 tsp coarsely ground black pepper (approx)
2 tsp Mrs. Dash Original seasoning



Preheat oven 375.  Heat oil on med high (keep this temp) in frying pan.
Add onions and let cook for a few minutes in the oil.  Then add the pork. Lightly brown each side of the pork.
While it is browning I add in the sliced garlic, black pepper and Mrs. Dash.  When meat is lightly brown on the outside, I add in the marinade and let that cook in with the meat and onions for 3-4 minutes.
Next, put the meat into a 13 X 9 baking dish.  Keep the pan on the heat and deglaze the pan with 2 cups of wine.  Pour this over the meat, cover with aluminum foil and bake until temp reaches 160.
Pork roast usually takes 20 min. per pound.  After 1 hour, checked the temp. For me, cooking time for a 4lb roast was 70 min.
Turn off the oven, leave roast covered for up to 20 min.  Key is to keep the roast covered so the roast stays moist.
Everyone loved this roast. It was the best that I ever cooked.  Here is the salad for the next night!

5 comments:

Lisa said...

We have a pork loin, but no recipe. Until now! I can't wait to try it next week.

ejbrda said...

I make pork loin in our Showtime Rotisserie. I roll it in dried rosemary/garlic seasoning (we get it at Sam's Club--Tones brand)and put it in the rotisserie and set it and forget it! The drippings make a great gravy, too. This is a favorite with my family.

Susieqtpies said...

Enjoy Lisa! Let me know how it turns out!

Susieqtpies said...

Yummy Ellen! Another variation that I make is with Rosemary and Balsamic Vinegar. Very tasty! Don't you just love your rotisserie machine? I have one too.

K said...

I've never made pork loin before, but this may be the recipe that makes me! I'd love it if you'd come link up this, and a few more recipes, to my contest/linky!

http://www.bigklittlea.com/2011/06/june-concours-dcusine.html

~K

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