Followed the recipe right on down, but did cut it in half! Actually I, too, left the salt out, taking your tip from the introduction, as often, in recipes like this there is already plenty of sodium! Enjoyed this tasty pork tremendously & now have an additional way of fixing this meat! Thanks for sharing this great recipe! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
I marinated the roast for 6 hours which was on the short side and the flavour was definitely on the lighter side, which I will say was a result of the shorter marinating time. Next time I will marinate overnight for sure. My roast was shy of 2 lbs (800 g) and I cooked it as a roast (did not slice). It roasted for 70 min and during the end I put it under the broiler which gave it a nice crust. Made for 1-2-3 Tag
This was really delicious. You could taste the cola coming thru, kind of sweet and the soy sauce kind of tangy, salty. I sliced my roast into boneless chops. Made for 123 Hit Wonders.
Delicious! Since making this a few days ago, we have enjoyed it warm with momaphet's Spanakoryzo (Spinach and Rice), in Brooke the Cook in WI's Baked Chicken Spring Rolls andwith baby spinach leaves in sandwiches. I took heed of Linda's comments about the saltiness and since we have a low tolerance of saltiness I added barely 1/2 teaspoon of salt, and it was fine, although next time I will entirely omit the added salt. A very flavoursome way to cook pork and certainly a recipe I'll make again. Thank you for sharing it, duonyte!
This was a little on the salty side for me, and I used the low sodium soy sauce. I can't even imagine how salty it would be with the regular soy sauce. I made the pork ahead of time to use in my Pork Fried Rice, and it turned out good other than it being a tad salty for my tastes. Do try it for yourself, as you may be more able to tolerate the saltiness in this marinade. Thank you for sharing your recipe for us Duonyte! Made for Newest Zaar Tag 2/09