Pork & Ham Roast Marinade

"This recipe comes from my Auntie Eleanor and is about 40 years old. This is an amazing recipe. I cannot tell you how good this is you have to make it yourself a unique taste!"
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Ready In:
1 roast




  • 4 cloves of garlic aside.
  • 4 garlic cloves finely minced add to sauce pan.
  • Add all ingredients including juice from crushed pineapple to a sauce pan.
  • Simmer until thicken.
  • Pierce pork or ham roast.
  • Insert garlic cloves.
  • quarter onions and add to roasting pan with roast.
  • Baste roast and put into 350 oven.
  • Baste every 1/2 hour until browned and roast is done.
  • Pineapple rings can be added on top with toothpicks before roast is done Maraschino cherries can be put in center of rings.
  • Note:

  • Please only use 7 UP and French's mustard it is just not the same without them. Make without the 4 oz of pineapple as well still wonderful it will make a fabulous gravy.
  • This recipe which came to me from my Aunt Eleanor, did not include the garlic so you may want to leave it out.

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  1. I used a pork roast-- and it turned out juicy and tasty. However, we didn't use the "au jus" from the roast- tasted a bit funny for us. I think it may have been the garlic mixed with the 7-up? I will try again leaving out the garlic (and we do love garlic). Thanks for a good pork roast!


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