Very simple and delicious. I forgot to line the baking pan with foil, and as I write this, the pan is still soaking in my kitchen sink. If you make this, don't forget this simple step that will save you some aggravation!
Good but, I doubled the rub based on another's suggestion...which made it a bit much...I will try it as is next time...and there will be a next time!
I thought this was great. I love the flavor the spice and preserve combination gave. I used a 5 1/2lb pork and cooked for 1.5 hours. 45 min then I added preserves then 15 minutes later.
I bake the pork loin at 325° and cover to keep moisture in, then add sauce for last 10 minutes
We really enjoyed this quick and easy to make recipe. The pork was perfectly cooked. We enjoyed the textures and the flavors very much. It was simply delicious. I did cook the pork longer than stated. The apricot makes a lovely glaze for the lightly seasoned pork. Thank you for sharing your recipe. Made for Name that Ingredient Tag Game 2014.
This roast recipe was nice and easy and tasted good, too. The pork was tender and moist. I really liked the apricot glaze, but next time would add more of the dry rub (probably double the recipe for the dry herbs/seasonings). Thanks for a simple and yummy recipe.
This was delicious! I used an apricot and pineapple jam for the glaze.
This is a nice flavour for pork, my hubby and son enjoyed it very much...will keep on hand to make again for company...thanks for posting the recipe
I made this recipe last night for my partner and myself for dinner. It was so easy and totally delicious. This is something I will definately make again and serve to company.Thanks!
I made this in the crock pot for 8 hours on low. Great taste, easy and tender.