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Excellent recipe. We like a lot of garlic so I used 5. I split one clove and sauteed it with the onion and removed it before it browned. I poked a few holes in the fat and pushed in some of the remaining crushed garlic cloves. I used a slightly smaller roast (3.6 lbs) so I reduced cooking time to 45 minutes. I colored the gravy with Kitchen Bouquet. My family thought this dish was very tender, flavorful, juicy, easy, and quick. What more can you ask for in a recipe?

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shesacharm November 15, 2009

Great recipe! I used a boneless loin about 2-3 lbs so I didn't need all the chicken broth the recipe called for. This was so tender & juicy that you didn't need a knife. My family loved it. If you are a working parent I highly recommend getting a pressure cooker. Everything I have tried has come out delicious & fast. One tip: don't put veggies in with the meat because they come out overcooked. Next time I'll take a picture.

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Lebdds May 19, 2013

Very Very GOOD

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bmitchell2112 March 16, 2014

Delicious! Fast and easy to make.

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millielendsmoney January 23, 2014

Very easy, meat was tender and juicy. I used a 4 lb. bone-in roast, at one hour it was underdone, I threw in some potatoes and kept it cooking 20-30min more. More seasoning is definitely needed. The gravy came out very nicely. Great quick recipe for the pressure cooker.

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jwmgkjm November 25, 2012
Pressure Cooker Pork Loin