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I wanted to do lots of veggies with my roast, so I cut up some potatoes and added those and, some chopped onions and some baby carrots right at the start. About 45 minutes in I added some sliced zucchini, whole mushrooms, and broccoli. Cook time was right at 1.5 hours for a 2 lb roast. YUMMY! I think next time I might stir in a can of cream of mushroom or celery for some "gravy" into the veggies for the 10 minutes that the roast is resting before slicing. Thanks for posting this. It was great!

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Rhondapalooza October 27, 2010

This was excellent! After an hour I added garlic cloves, quartered potatoes, carrots and onions to the pan. I tossed in some mushrooms about 30 minutes after that and cooked everything until the pork was done. I omitted the salt and subbed chicken broth for the white wine, but my roast was very lean and I needed about 3 cups total. This was an extremely tasty, very easy meal. And clean-up was a breeze! Oh, I used the Costco pork sirloin tip roast too - what a deal!!

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bloodredrose November 20, 2009

Very easy and tasty - used a larger roast, so fed the roast 1/2 cup of wine every half hour, we loved getting the roast drunk! The leftovers were excellent as well.

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Ty's Kitchen June 26, 2010
Tuscan Pork Roast (Weight Watchers)