This was wonderful!! not too sweet or sour and make the pork absolutely tender! It didnt overpower the taste of the pork either which is very important to my family!
I used a small 1.4 lb. pork loin and cut the sauce ingredients in half for just hubby and I. Flavor of the sauce was wonderful, a nice compliment for the moist pork. I served it with mashed potatoes and asparagus spears.A big hit with my daughter who stopped by to visit. She saved us from arguing over who got the leftovers.(There weren't any!) Thanks for this recipe. It's a keeper!
Wow! Boy did we love this!! The pork was moist and the flavor of the sauce was fantastic. The only change was that it took me about 1 1/2 hours for the pork to get to 150 degrees, but it was well worth the wait!! Thanks so much Lisa for such a wonderful recipe! Dianne
I don't know if the recipe failed or my adaptation of it failed. I used 6 pork chops instead of loin. The honey taste was WAY too strong and the meat smelled and tasted like an old gym shoe. :) From all of the other rave reviews here, I'm wondering if my use of the chops didn't throw this off in some way. Oh, well. Better luck next time.
No problem to make this or to eat it!! I had no need to strain the juices as most had evaporated during cooking leaving a nice flavourful thick sauce for the pork. Well done Jandee.
The sauce was excellent with the pork roast, giving the roast a nice bbq flavor. the next time I would like to try this with a bone in loin pork roast. slightly sweet but very complimentary to the pork.
Oh so good....I have made this twice, both times to rave reviews! This is a definate company dinner and leftovers in a sandwich are wonderful. I baked a 5 lb loin for my Bf at Christmas and what was leftover I put in the crockpot a few days later with some BBQ sauce and cooked it down into BBQ pork. Another delish meal. TY
This recipe was very good. My husband and I both loved it. I doubled the sauce/marinade based on previous reviews. Very moist and tender. Based on my own spice preferences I think I will try this with Rosemary the next time I make it instead of Thyme. I also used a pork tenderloin the was pre-marinated with garlic and olive oil. I love garlic with almost everything. A++++ on this one!
This is my new favorite way to make pork loin. Very easy and delicious.
I just prepared this and man is it good.. Only changes I made was used pineapple juice since it was handy and used about 4-5 tablespoon and added garlic powder while seasoning. Juicy and succulent pork loin. Thank you for the recipe. Its a keeper!