The title of this recipe says it all! This is without a doubt and 5 star Company Worthy recipe. Not only does this roast possess excellent flavor, it is also succulent to the point that your knife simply glides though the meat. I made this recipe exactly as directed and we enjoyed it so very much. Thanks so much, Garnet for a real keeper!
Wonderful, simply wonderful!! This is very tasty and very tender. It isn't "fall apart" tender, which I dislike. Rather it is "cut with a fork" tender and very juicy! Basting it really makes a difference - I basted every 15 minuites. I served this with oven roasted potatoes and my green bean salad. This is definitely company worthy! Tasty and VERY EASY to prepare! The one thing I wasn't clear on was if it called for white wine or red wine vinegar - I used white wine and it turned out great! Thanks for posting this, its a definite keeper in my books.
This is one of those recipes that I love to prepare, easy and tastes delicious. The piece of pork I used was just over 1 kg. and it cooked in 2 hours. I also basted regularly with the end result a real winner. Thanks for posting.
This was a very nice Pork Roast. I made it with mashed potatoes, roasted root veggies and a spinach salad. It was a very nice Sunday supper, the only complaint I got was from the kids, because there was no gravy for the mashed potatoes. I did add 1/4 cup of real maple sugar to the marinade (a family favourite passed down from my Granny!) But, besides that, I didn't make any changes to the recipe. I will make this again. Oh, by the way, the left-overs were awsome as well!!
Excellent flavor!!! Made double the sauce and let marinate overnight. Then cook 6 hours in the crockpot. It browned nicely and was very moist. Will be making this recipe again. Thanks for sharing Garnet.
I had a 3lb. roast and after reading the other reviews decided to double the other ingredients. Hubby saw me and said (just like someone else's hubby did), why don't we inject some of this into it? Well we did. We followed the other directions, except I used a glass baking dish and reduced the temp 25degrees. After it rested, we sliced it and poured some of the extra sauce over the slices. It was delicious. Moist, juicy and very flavorful. I would describe it as tasting similar to the inside of a Chinese steamed dumpling, only as a nice thick slab of meat. Will definitely make this again. Thanks for the great recipe!
Delicious! I used a Hormel Pork Tenderloin, pure maple syrup instead of honey, and white wine vinegar. Make sure you use a small pan so the sauce doesn't spread out and burn. And be sure to baste!
This was a wonderful change from our usual pork roast! My DH absolutely loved the sweet taste, and especially the parts of the glaze that carmelized during the browning time. I didn't have red OR white wine vinegar on hand and used cider vinegar instead this first time. VERY good, one I'll fix again and for company. Thanks Garnet!!
I made this as directed except that I roasted it in a dutch oven with a lid. The recipe states baste frequently - with what? I had hardly any liquid in the bottom, so I added a small amount of water. Since I made a roast which was approx. 2 pounds, I roasted it for about 80 minutes, last 20 of which I left the roast uncovered. I let the roast rest about 15 or 20 minutes and made gravy with the pan drippings. None left! Also, forgot to mention, I seared all sides of the meat before I roasted it.