Creole Pork Roast

"I got the idea for this recipe off of Tony Chachere's website.Thanks to my holiday swap partner, Susie in Texas, who sent me crerole spices. I altered to origional recipe and this is what I came up with."
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  • Make slits in the top of the roast.
  • Add 1 tbsp creole seasoning to the vegetable mixture and stuff into slits.
  • Rub seasoning over the outside of the roast.
  • Place on roaster uncovered at 350F until roast is browned.
  • Reduce heat to 300F cover and continue to cook for 1 1/2 to 2 hours.

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  1. This is incredible!!!! I roasted a mixture of white and sweet potatoes to go with this..Wow!! I cooked the roast at 325 rather than 300 and it was moist and tender. At the end I turned up the temp for about 15 mins. to make sure the top was brown and little crispy. This is a great Ta Da Pork Roast!!
  2. This roast was beautiful to look at and nicely moist. I used a red bell pepper and it made the roast very colourful. The amount of creole seasoning mixed with the vegetables was just about perfect. I diced and mixed the vegetables to get the vegetable mixture. At first I thought I had too many veggies, but I made really deep slices in the roast and stuffed them all in. It really did work nicely. Thanks, Melanie.


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