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My Yummy Roast Pork With Onion Gravy

This is my family's favorite way to have roast pork. I change the seasonings slightly a lot. I have been watching them lately in order to post so here it is. Time spent sitting wih rub on is not included.

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3hrs 10mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Mix all the dry seasonings in a small bowl.
  • Pierce the meat all over with a fork.
  • Rub with seasoning.
  • Let stand at room temperature for 2 - 4 hours.
  • Spray a roasting pan with cooking spray for ease of cleanup.
  • Thinly slice onions and spread out in bottom of pan.
  • Place roast on top of onions.
  • Mix 1 cup beef stock, 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce, 1 tsp dijon mustard, 1 tbsp soya sauce, and 1/2 cup port, or sherry in 2 cup measuring cup.
  • Drizzle a little of the liquid over onions.
  • Keep adding small amounts of liquid to pan every 1/2 hour or so to keep onions moist but allow them to get carmelized.
  • Roast @ 350F until internal temperature of 165F is reached.
  • Remove meat from pan and tent with foil to allow juices to settle.
  • Transfer pan drippings and onions to a sauce pan.
  • Mix cornstarch with stock and add with port.
  • Cook and stir till nicely thickened.
  • Serve sauce over meat.
  • Great on mashed potatoes.
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"This is my family's favorite way to have roast pork. I change the seasonings slightly a lot. I have been watching them lately in order to post so here it is. Time spent sitting wih rub on is not included."
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  1. brigadier12
    I made this for my wife (I'm retired and she still works). She usually eats like a bird. This time she still ate like a bird...a vulture! She loved it. Me too. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
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  2. conniecooks
    This is my family's favorite way to have roast pork. I change the seasonings slightly a lot. I have been watching them lately in order to post so here it is. Time spent sitting wih rub on is not included.
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