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Porketta Roast

This is from the Seasonal Cabin cookbook. I haven't tried this recipe although I intend to. it is being posted in responce to a request.

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  • Combine first 4 ingredients and coaresly crush with a mortar and pestle, combine with remaining seasoning ingredients.
  • Rub pork roast all over with olive oil, place in a large plastic storage bag.
  • Combine seasoning mix with garlic.
  • Sprinkle over roast, rub into roast with fingers.
  • Let the roast stand at room temp 1 hour or up to 12 hours in the refrigerator.
  • Heat oven to 450F degrees.
  • Place pork, fat-side up in a roasting pan.
  • Top with any loose seasonings in the plastic bag.
  • Roast uncovered for 10 minutes.
  • Reduce temp to 300F and continue roasting until internal temp reaches 155F about 1 to 1-1/2 hours.
  • When done, remove from oven and tent loosely with foil.
  • Let stand 15 minutes before carving.
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"This is from the Seasonal Cabin cookbook. I haven't tried this recipe although I intend to. it is being posted in responce to a request."
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  1. Nick T.
    I have a question about the roasting pan. Did any of you use one with a rack in it? Or just the pan by itself? I've seen both used in similar recipes. Just trying to figure out which is best.
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  2. tlgehrke
    My family loves this recipe. It's become a favorite that I try to make once a month. I've followed it just as it's written with the exception of the anise seed, which I substitute with fennel. LOVE IT!
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  3. Pugmom49006
    Wonderfully moist and flavorful. Mt family isn't a port roast fan, but this recipe won them over. When I make this, again, I'll go on the lower measure of red pepper flakes as it really gives it quite a "wallop" of hot
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  4. lee s.
    Really Really good. Followed as written and enjoyed by all. I actually could'nt decide which recipe to prepare so I made this and #90078 which was really great also but my family favored this one just a tad more. thank you for posting. The flavors were awesome.
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  5. Verelucky
    WOW! This was awesome! What I did different was that I cut the pork butt jelly roll style and put the seasonings throughout it. Then rolled it up and tied it with butchers twine. Also I didn't have any Anise but plenty of fresh fennel which is similiar! My co-workers had a problem with it (or should I say me) because of all the garlic! I smelled like garlic for 3 days!!! I may cut back on the garlic next time... then again, I may not! Lol! Thanks for a great recipe!
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