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Red Wine Pork

Red Wine Pork created by Charlotte J

This recipe comes from my step-grandmother - the meat comes out very tender with a rich and flavorful gravy.

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  • Brown pork on all side in bacon fat. Place pork in narrow casserole dish.
  • Using skillet pork was browned in, heat remaining ingredients except mushrooms.
  • Pour over pork roast.
  • Bake at 325° 1 1/2 hours, adding mushrooms to casserole dish the last half hour.
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"This recipe comes from my step-grandmother - the meat comes out very tender with a rich and flavorful gravy."
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  4. Jessievs
    This is one of our favorites, now. I make it at least once a month, and when I tell my husband what's for dinner, he gets very happy when he hears that it's this. I generally brown the roast in butter, use honey instead of sugar and omit the mushrooms. I also alternate the vegetables depending on what we are in the mood for. My favorite is to put the roast in a pan and then heap fingerling potatoes and root vegetables on top until the roast is completely covered. It turns out just beautifully, and it always a hit. I have printed this recipe out for friends looking for new and interesting dinners to try. Thanks JenniferK2!
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  5. Jessievs
    This is one of our favorites, now. I make it at least once a month, and when I tell my husband what's for dinner, he gets very happy when he hears that it's this. I generally brown the roast in butter, use honey instead of sugar and omit the mushrooms. I also alternate the vegetables depending on what we are in the mood for. My favorite is to put the roast in a pan and then heap fingerling potatoes and root vegetables on top until the roast is completely covered. It turns out just beautifully, and it always a hit. I have printed this recipe out for friends looking for new and interesting dinners to try. Thanks JenniferK2!
    Reply
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