By Lisa in Oregon on May 29, 2002
Photo by PaulaG
Photo by PaulaG
"very yummy! we really enjoyed this."
Serving Size: 1 (292 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"We really enjoyed this! I Added garlic and tarragon. This is something I would be be proud to serve to guests."
"Yummy,Yummy, this is the best Roasted Pork recipe. We really enjoyed this. I served it with baked sweet potatoes and a green salad. But, next time I am going to double the sauce, My husband really likes more sauce."
"This recipe made me look like a pro, being a novice cook. Easy to prepare, results were moist and delicious. My children were amazed and argued concerning leftovers for school lunches. "
"Soooo good! I made it just as the recipe called for. My pork loin just happened to be about 2 lbs. I didn't catch it in time, and the temperature went a little higher, but the pork was succulent and the sauce was outstanding. A very simple dish with common ingredients. I served the pork with rice - great with the sauce. Will make this again and again."
"Just an amazing recipe. Have made this many times since my first review of it in October, 2003. My family prefers this over pork chops and it makes it way into my menu at least once or twice a month. Also wanted to let everyone know that the sauce works wonderfully when smoking chickens on the smoker. Make a double batch of the sauce. Have a small coffee can below the chicken with half of the sauce so that it steams it and use to other half of the sauce to inject into the chicken. It is awesome."
"We made this for a church supper, to serve about 70 people, using 6 roasts. We had rave reviews as well. It was moist and delicious! There was not even one little piece left over. We served it with mashed potatoes and cauliflower and brocolli with cheese sauce."
"This is a very nice recipe, ~Lisa~! I made it this evening and everyone enjoyed it! The pork was moist and very flavorful, but not too sweet. Thank you, ~Lisa~!"
"Wonderful recipe, I had a pork loin roast that I had bought on sale, I knew it was very dry,I had already cooked one (i had bought a couple).Iused this recipe this time, added the garlic and tarragon, rubbed the roast with the spices, poured on honey, orange mix and let sit in fridge overnight. popped it in the oven in the morning in a look cooking bag, then sliced and let it sit in the gravy for a few hours. it was terffic. Thanks Lisa"
"this was a very good recipe...i add garlic to about everything and so i added some to this...it was sooooooo yummy.... very moist....i will make it again!!"
"We loved it. I added garlic and a teaspoon of crushed red pepper. Used rosemary instead of thyme. I only had a one-pound loin, but used the amount the recipe called for for the sauce. It cooked quickly and easily and was a golden brown. Served with fried corn and sauted green beans. I was looking for a new way to cook pork loin...this is it! Thanks!"
"This turned out so tender. Had rave reveiws from all who joined in to eat. The glaze/sauce is really what makes it perfect."
"I appreciated that this recipe was so simple and easy to make, and yet on the plate, the dish seemed so fancy. I used rosemary instead of thyme. The Sauce was delicious."
"While I will agree that this pork tenderloin is very moist, I must admit this was not a winner amongst my family. The flavor from the basting and the reduced sauce is much too sweet for our tastes. Also, this comes out looking grey and unattractive when ready to serve. We cook pork tenderloin often and just prefer a more golden brown crust from a spice rub or a marinade (non-basting method)that is seared before cooking. I followed the recipe exactly but added some crushed garlic. I also had to really doctor the pan gravy with some roasted garlic and brown gravy mix to make it less sweet and more savory. The basic ingredients are good, however I would reduce the amount of honey and add some creole or dijon mustard, balsamic vinegar and perhaps some worcestshire if I make this again."
"My picky family loved this! In fact tonight is the second time I am making it. Just wonderful! "
"I made this with a 1.2 pound tenderloin which I cut in half since it was for two of us. I marinated it for about 4 hours in the honey, orange juice, oil, thyme and added a tablespoon of dijon mustard. I forgot to baste, hubby loved it."
"This was absolutely delicious. My children and I really loved this pork roast. I used a little over 2 pound pork roast and the only change was that I doubled the sauce. This will be made again and again in this house. Thanks."
"I'll add my 5 to the stack. Moist, flavorful. Forgot to baste and still was tasty. Thanks"
"delicious!!! my kids ate all of their supper then wanted more. I will have to buy two lions next time."
"This was wonderful!! not too sweet or sour and make the pork absolutely tender! It didnt overpower the taste of the pork either which is very important to my family!"
"I used a small 1.4 lb. pork loin and cut the sauce ingredients in half for just hubby and I. Flavor of the sauce was wonderful, a nice compliment for the moist pork. I served it with mashed potatoes and asparagus spears.A big hit with my daughter who stopped by to visit. She saved us from arguing over who got the leftovers.(There weren't any!) Thanks for this recipe. It's a keeper!"