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I smoked this on the grill with maple and hickory wood chips and it turned out awesome!! Great flavor, easy to make, good directions. Thanks for the recipe, Its a keeper!

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daggle October 14, 2006

I made this last night in the oven with roasted potatoes.Great recipe and will make it again.Thanks for sharing, Rita

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Sage October 12, 2006

This is our favorite way to make pork loin. The best kitchen tool we have is a remote digital thermometer which helps ensure we never overcook large cuts of meat. Until recently we always wayyyy overcooked pork.

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Mickey in MN October 07, 2006

We made a late decision today to have pork loin for dinner so I went searching for an easy recipe. I chose this one because it didn't require pre-marinating and used the grill. We put a barbeque rub on the pork first and then continued with your recipe as outlined except omitted the salt (since it was already in the rub). It turned out very flavorful and tender. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Chris from Kansas September 09, 2006

I got to say this turned out so perfect and tasted out of this world! I will be making this more often. The next day I sliced even thinner slices of the pork and put them in a little saucepan with some Barbecue sauce and simmered a little and then had the most wonderful BBQ sandwiches. Thanks a bunch for posting KC_Cooker....

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Sheri-BDB May 24, 2006

I enjoyed the different taste the ginger and orange peel gave. I thought that 170 degrees overcooked the meat though. Overall, it was a nice option for your pork loin.

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tara portee January 02, 2006

I grilled this loin on my outdoor rotisserie (my oven was too full!) to serve with turkeys at my large holiday dinner, I omitted the orange rind and marinated it with ginger, garlic, maple syrup and BBQ sauce overnight, and basted it with more BBQ sauce when it was cooking, this IS quite possible the best I have made so far, everyone who ate it just loved it! thanks for a wonderful recipe!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz December 26, 2005

I was looking for a fast easy recipe for a pork loin that had been in the freezer for awhile, I had all the ingredients and loved the flavor, thanks for another great recipe.

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MelinOhio December 13, 2005

Very, very good! I still think I will leave out the orange rind next time as it seemed a little too strong for my taste. I cooked the pork loin in the oven at 350 for about 2 hours & began basting with the sauce after 30 minutes. The meat is very tender & the glaze becomes carmelized & delicious!

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Debbb November 05, 2005

Very great sauce- i live in an apt, so i cant grill, but i tried it in the oven, oven temp 350- completely done after about 1hr 20 min- i should have started to put the sauce on earlier because it didnt thicken as i hoped when in the oven, but i simmered the extra sauce and poured it over the finished pork slices on the plates, and it was delicious, it tasted even great left over the next day! Thanks KC, i will definately make again, and i would love to do it on the grill sometime!

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NewYorkMama September 09, 2005
The Most Delicious Maple Glazed Pork Loin