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Roast Pork for the Clay Cooker

Roast Pork for the Clay Cooker created by Sageca

This smells so good and tastes even better. Serve this with that great gravy and mashed potatoes. A meal to remember.

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4hrs 10mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Soak the lid of your clay cooker for 1/2 hour.Mine has a glazed lower part.
  • Cover bottom of pot with thickly sliced onion.
  • Make several slits in your roast and insert whole garlic cloves.
  • Place the roast over the onions.
  • Add chicken breast on the side.
  • Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  • Place Rosemary Sprigs or leaves on the Roast.
  • Pour chicken broth on the side.
  • Cover and place in a cold oven.
  • Set the oven to 425°F.
  • Cook for 4 hours.
  • Remove from oven.
  • Place pork and chicken in serving platter.
  • Add sliced onions on the side.
  • Pour cooking liquid in sauce pan.
  • Mix water and flour and whisk into boiling liquid.Simmer a few minutes.
  • Pour your tasty gravy in a gravy bowl.
  • Tip:

  • When I cook a roast of pork I always add chicken to give the gravy that special taste.
  • I use the leftover chicken for another meal.
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"This smells so good and tastes even better. Serve this with that great gravy and mashed potatoes. A meal to remember."
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  1. Laura H.
    FOUR HOURS?? NO clay pot recipe takes that long! This should really only take about an hour and half MAX.
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  2. Louis G.
    I have had a Pork Roast in the freezer for a while. I got out an unglazed Romertopf 111 clay roaster. This recipe , so simple, worked so well. My roast was only 2.5 lbs. so I cut the time in half and used 3 chicken legs, 10 small garlic cloves and Campbell's chicken gravy. OMG! A perfect dinner entree'. I added a salad. Done!! So good!
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  3. Sageca
    Roast Pork for the Clay Cooker Created by Sageca
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    Roast Pork for the Clay Cooker Created by Sageca
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  5. Sageca
    This smells so good and tastes even better. Serve this with that great gravy and mashed potatoes. A meal to remember.
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