So simple to make, had all the ingredients on hand. The family LOVED this, that is quite a compliment.....the glaze over the pork was perfect, not to sweet. Thank you for posting.
This was the moistest pork recipe I have ever cooked. It was delicious and I will definitely make again. The sauce did not thicken much and remained runny like broth. I would have preferred a thicker or more gravy-type texture to the sauce.
I suggest doubling sauce ingredients and serving the pan juices over brown rice with an Asian veggie medley. My family of five rated this a five star meal.
This was absolutely delicious!! I think that next time I will try adding a bit of mustard when reducing the sauce.
Wow. I don't really "do" pork. But this was just extraordinary. I mashed another recipe idea into this one (stuffed the middle with onion, garlic and bacon... But the highlight was undoubtedly the marinade. Thank you!
It was nice and moist, but there were not enough drippings in the finished product, and without them the pork loins was lacking flavor.
We weren't crazy about this one. The flavor combo just tasted strange. I like to make pork chops with a similar honey/lemon sauce, but the pork roast itself was just too strongly "porky" flavored to meld with the sauce - it tasted more like the flavors were competing rather than complementing each other.
This is a great pork recipe, Made for Fathers day dinner. Made a gravy with the drippings to pour over the meat, added Cheesey Mashed potatoes and Corn and Peas. Yummmmmmmm will make over again. Thanks for sharing Lisa
Such a great recipe! Just go for it! I added a few potatoes when i still had 30 min to go. So good!
Quite enjoyable, slightly sweet for me, but I added carrots to the pan and finished them off in the saucepan, good easy addition to my cookbook