awesome spicy thai boneless pork loin

"This recipe for pork roast is without a doubt the best tasting ,not to sweet not to spicy just yum, yum, I got it out of a Cosco flier"
photo by Bonnie G #2 photo by Bonnie G #2
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Ready In:
2hrs 5mins
30 1/2 inch slices




  • Mix soya sauce, lime juice, honey, oil, ginger, garlic and chilies.
  • blend well.
  • put pork roast in a zip lock bag and add marinate.
  • Refrigerate overnight and turn occasioally.
  • 400 oven.
  • grease a shallow roasting pan Roast pork uncovered for 15 mins.
  • reduce to 350.
  • Interior temperature should reach 170 f.

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  1. donnie27
    5 Stars it is ! <br/> This was our dinner tonight and was delicious. The pork was so moist and almost fell apart. We really liked the flavor and I too made this in the crock pot with all the marinade. (I marinated it overnight in the fridge). I cooked mine for around 3 hrs at about 250 degrees and turned it several times. I also thickened the sauce with some flour at the end and it was a wonderful topping for the meat. I served the sliced pork over some spaghetti and the sauce was just what the dish needed. <br/>I will definitely make this again and use the marinade for other pork cuts too. <br/>Donna
  2. cbone1968
    I love this! I've made it twice. The second time I put a little more red pepper flakes for a little more kick. I marinated it over night and cooked it in the crock pot. FABULOUS! Thanks for sharing! UPDATE: Crock pot cooking time is about 4-5 hours on low. When done, shred the meat so every bite absorbs those delicious juices. Makes a great gravy over rice!
  3. alisamarie07
    I was excited to make this, but it didnt really do anything for my husband & I. I followed the directions exactly... it wasnt spicy at all either. If I make it again I would add a little more red pepper flakes, a little less lime juice, & maybe a little brown sugar, & definitely more soy sauce!
  4. luvcookn
    If I could give you 10 stars for this amazing recipe...I would. I marinated the pork (1 1/2 lbs) overnight and put in the crockpot with the marinade for about 51/2 hours on low. Thickened the marinade with a wee bit of cornstarch and served it with basmati rice and veggies. The meat was very juicy and tender. In fact is was so good that I wanted the leftovers for brekky. But I held out until this afternoon. Thank you for sharing this awesome recipe that will be made alot.
  5. Bonnie G #2
    This was so good and simple. I followed the ingrediants exactly but changed the procedure to fit my needs for a very busy fall day. Didn't marinate at all or even brown or sear the pork. Added all the ingredients for the spices to the bottom of my crock pot, stirred and then added the pork loin fat side up. Then set the crock pot on low for 6 hours. Around every 2 hours or so I turned the roast to make sure all sides were drenched in the sauce. The result was a nicely browned, flavorful and moist pork loin. The flavors seemed to blend so well and using this method don't think the marinade was even needed prior to cooking but I may try that next time. Served over Thai noodles and the gravy that was made in the crock pot made for a wonderful flavored sauce. This will be on our regular menu from now on. I highly recommend it to anyone. Very differant flavors that truly compliment the pork.


  1. NYSally
    I used this marinade on pork loin chops. Marinated them about 8 hours and grilled them. I did use maple syrup instead of honey because of allergies, a little spicy for my kids next time I would put in half the crushed red pepper. Very tasty. Thanks for the recipe.


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