By tgobbi on March 29, 2002
Photo by riffraff
Photo by riffraff
"Found on a recipe card at the supermarket. It looks very simple and delicious."
Serving Size: 1 (227 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 3
"This was very good.Made it this afternoon for dinner.Great flavorful pork!!!Nice and simple,sometimes thats the best!!"
"Yummy! I used lots of chopped garlic and fresh rosemary along with dried sage. Roasted for the last 20 mins at 400 to really crisp it up. Rave reviews from the whole crew at the dinner table. Thanks for sharing such an easy and delicious recipe. It's a keeper!"
"This was really good. Very moist and simple to make. Even though I baked it 25 minutes per lb, it was still too pink and I had to bake it some more."
"This was a terrific roast!!! juicy and very tasty..I also put slits in it and add garlic... Will be my go to recipe...Thanks for posting."
"Great recipe! I followed the directions exactly except I forgot the salt and pepper. I took it out of the oven when it reached 145 degrees and let it rest. The roast was nice and moist. I will definitely make this again (I'll remember the salt and pepper next time!)."
"Very tasty pork recipe and super simple, which is great! I am not much of a pork person, but thought the flavor was very good. The pork lovers in the family really enjoyed this. Thanks for the super simple but super flavorful recipe."
"This was great! My husband loved it!"
"I was making this recipe but had an emergency which meant I had to leave the house all day so I did this in the crock pot - added no liquid and wrapped a 1/2 of a squash in foil. Turned out great. We will make this again and again. Very nice."
"Excellent flavoring for a pork roast! I changed it just a tad...I browned the roast in a little olive oil. Adding some the garlic and rosemary to the dripping in the pan. I also poured in a little white wine, and let it sizzle and reduce to a nice brown sauce. I then put it in the crock pot on low for 6-7 hours. Delicious!"
"This was very good for dinner last night. The ony addition we made was to rub the pork with olive oil prior to the other ingredients. My boyfriend insist on using olive oil virtually always. :-) I am glad I came upon this recipe quickly as I was really looking for an easy-to-follow recipe. had originally planned to make a pork roast recipe from a Polish cookbook of my father's. However, in my haste I had not read that it required refrigerated marination over 2-3 days. So I was grateful to stumble upon this one. Thank you"
"I made this yesterday. Great flavor and very moist. I thought it would be dry and tough without the bone. I was happy to be wrong."
"VERY good, so moist and flavorful. My Mom made one similar...made quite a thick coating of the herbs and spices and she also added a bit of sugar (maybe 2 T.,depends on the size of your roast) to the coating. A nice bit of sweet and spicy...as kids we used to pick at that crust til she yelled at us to leave it alone. LOL Thanks for posting, tgobbi."
"This was a huge hit in my house and so easy to make. The meat was nice and juicy and took no time to prep. I will be making this again, thanks for posting."
"Fantastic pork roast!! I used granulated garlic instead of minced but it still came out tasting great! My husband loved it. This is definately a recipe I'll use many times. Thanks for sharing."
"Wonderful combo of spices!! Very tasty roast. Amy:-)"
"Super easy and delicious recipe. Sprinkled on Thyme, Sage and Marjoram. Placed slivers of garlic as others had suggested. Served it with Awful Potatoes (11630). My husband loved the meat and the juices from the roast. Thanks tgobbi for sharing such a great recipe :)"
"Not much that I can add that has not already been said, this simple to make recipe tastes like you have been in the kitchen all day! I too did the slivered garlic inserts along with some crushed garlic on top. Roasting this pork with the garlic, the rosemary, and the sage makes for a wonderful aroma thorough out the house and has everyone anticipating - I am sure my neighbours know when I making this delicious Pork roast of yours tgobbi ... and yes it makes for great sandwiches the next day."
"This turned out really good & juicy. I didn't have sage, so I used poultry seasoning instead. I also used 1/8 tsp. garlic powder instead of crushed garlic. It also took about 35 minutes/lb. in my oven. Thanks for a great, easy recipe."
"This turned out wonderful! I used the hint posted by other reviewers and stuck in slivers of garlic. I also stuck in some sprigs of rosemary.Stuck it in the crockpot and left it on low all day. DH raved. We had it with mashed potatos and steamed squash. I thickened the pan (pot) juices with a bit of cornstarch and had nice gravy. Yummmm. Just the thing for a cold, drizzly evening."
"very easy recipe to make, and very enjoyable. The seasonings were great, and I made slits along the pot roast and rubbed seasonings in throughout the meat. overally great meal the whole family can enjoy"