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Tried pork loin for the first time, really liked this! Wasn't sure if I'd like the sauce, but that was the best part! The pork was tender, very good. Definitely will make gain.
found a pork loin roast in the freezer that needed to be cooked. I have never cooked one before, but seeing kittencal had a recipe I had to check it . the ingredients seemed a little odd but I tried it. it was fantastic. added to my recipe box and will use it always.<br/>thanks again, your recipes never disappoint.
I didn't find this roast be be that good. I did like the garlic infused into the roast but the sauce was someone tasteless to me.
love the pic of your cat, looks like ours ;-) But now to your roast. sooooo good. Couple neg reviews you got about taste...... don't fret. <br/><br/>fishers of recipe's should always know that if you don't like the taste of garlic, you are not going to like what it does to any dish. I hated garlic when I was young also but later on in life I love it and now gravitate to dishes that include it. And it keeps bad ju ju away from you. I wonder if that is my breath that does that?<br/><br/>Your roast recipe is a keeper in the recipe book above the stove.with your others. Thanks
This roast is fabulous. Thank you for another winner kittencal!!!
Made this for one of our Christmas dinners this past year because I was burnt out on ham and turkey. This recipe was easily tripled to serve a 9 pound pork loin. I skipped the browning step and omitted the garlic. Followed the recipe otherwise, and it turned out great! There were only 2 pieces left after the dinner.
A pretty good recipe. I used a bag of fresh cranberries instead of canned, and added some hard apple cider and skipped the browning, then added some sour cream to the gravy to give it some creaminess in the end. Very nice, I'll make again.
This recipe is very good. THANKS FOR SHARING!
This was very good however I had to make a change due to what I had in the pantry. I only had jellied cranberries. I did not brown the roast but did stuff it with the garlic cloves. I mixed all the other ingredients together and poured over the roast. The end result was great.
Looked for a recipe to use a pork loin overlong in the freezer and some sweet potatoes and this looked intriging. WOW! We loved it. I didn't bother with browning or the garlic, just grated some white pepper and garlic powder on. Cut my sweet potatoes in half inch cubes, layed the roast on top and poured the mixture over. Added a splash of white wine and apple cider vinegar to the mixture. Kittencal always has a winner and this is no exception! Thanks for another tasty dinner.