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This glaze was fabulous on boneless pork loin chops... I cooked the chops in a heavy cast iron pan. I then made the glaze in the skiddle and returned the chops to the pan. Absolutely fabulous!
This was a nice, different flavor for pork. Unfortunately, our little town grocery does not carry Meyer Lemons, so I used regular with a bit of orange juice mixed in. The sweet glaze complimented the rosemary/garlic flavor on the roast nicely. My husband, in particular enjoyed this meal! Thanks for posting!
this was delicious- i used a tenderloin so the cooking time waas reduced to 40 minutes total. i used home grown rosemary and extra garlic which added alot of flavor. i cooked and served with regular lemon wedges, very tasty.
This was really lovely. I did up the garlic substantially - 4 cloves in total (we LOVE garlic on pork roasts), but followed the rest of the recipe as is. The roast was very flavourful from the rosemary and garlic and the tart/sweet glaze set if off very nicely. This is definitely not your average pork roast, and I think this would be great for a dinner party. Served with some roasted onions and a simple potato mash and we were all happy.