Simple but so delicious is this stovetop/oven roast. its a great option for work nights because it cooks up super fast and yummy.
- Pork loin roast
- olive oil
- cast iron skillet ( seasoned preferably)
sauce -mix in a small bowl
- 2 TBS Raspberry habanero jam
- 2 TBS Brown Mustard
- 2 TBS Soy sauce
- 2 TBS Brown Sugar
- 1 TBS Weber roasted garlic herb rub
- extra heat tsp chili flakes optional
preheat over to 375
sear pork loin in hot skillet with oil on all sides
pour glaze over the meat in the hot skillet.
cover tightly with foil- very hot so carefully and place in oven 30-40 minutes or until roast reaches 165 degrees. Don’t overcook.
Remove meat from pan and allow to rest for 10 minutes before slicing.
reserve Drippings for added sauce to drizzle over meat, rice , potatoes or just to dip your bread into. So good.
Published by Gritcooking- A Southern Girls Taste
I was raised on a large farm in a small community of Long Shop, Virginia. Just a stones throw from Blacksburg, Va and a short drive to the WV boarder. I grew up appreciating Appalachia cooking with low budgets and home grown veggies. What honestly tastes better than a warm tomato out of the garden sliced fat with salt and pepper? Maybe a bowl of good brown pinto beans and cornbread. Or even better grilled trout fresh caught from the creek!
My childhood was a dream... and what has made my passion for food- sharing good meals with good friends and loved ones.
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