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Part of a casual New Year's Eve celebration buffet.
"Made this last night and my entire family loved it! Juicy and flavorful, perfect blend of seasonings. Sliced just what we were going to eat last night and left the rest in one piece so that I could reheat it tonight. To reheat, I sliced in half inch slices, and simmered on low heat in a skillet with a bit of broth just until heated through. Just as juicy and flavorful tonight as it was yesterday, THANKS for a great recipe!"- Kicia731
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Top-ranked recipe named "Boneless Pork Loin Roast with Herbed Pepper Rub"
Pat pork dry with paper towel. In small bowl, combine all rub ingredients well and apply to all surfaces of the pork roast. Place roast in a shallow pan and roast in a 350 degrees F. oven for 1-1 1/4 hours (18-20 minutes per pound), until internal temperature, measured with a meat thermometer, registers 155 degrees F. Remove roast from oven and let rest for 5-10 minutes before slicing to serve. Serves 6-8, with leftovers.
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jateran 3 months agoGreat recipe. I substituted Basil w/ Dill and it still turned out tasty.
reedyfamily 4 months agoVery good. Make sure you do in advance
jspinoso7609 10 months agosuper delicious! i was a little concerned that the meat would be a bit dry simply because it didn't call for anything except dry seasoning. a pleasant surprise and will surely make again!!
jsnyder86 11 month agoThis was good I didn't use all the pepper it called for and I didn't have any thyme so I just left it out.
Janellyn 1 year agoAwful. Undercooked!! Raw in the middle . Couldn't eat it!
Barn01 1 year agoWe make this at least once a month. I reduce the pepper a little and use italian breadcrumbs in place of the parmesan.
Kicia731 1 year agoMade this last night and my entire family loved it! Juicy and flavorful, perfect blend of seasonings. Sliced just what we were going to eat last night and left the rest in one piece so that I could reheat it tonight. To reheat, I sliced in half inch slices, and simmered on low heat in a skillet with a bit of broth just until heated through. Just as juicy and flavorful tonight as it was yesterday, THANKS for a great recipe!
JKRojahn 1 year agoSimple ingredients for a succulent meal. I had to cook this for about 15-20 minutes longer than indicated, and cooked covered with foil, but this turned out so juicy and delicious - everyone kept coming back for more! I served this with mashed potatoes and gravy, fried summer squash and corn on the cob. Yum!
marymorawski 1 year agoQuick easy to make. Very tasty.
hynderZ 1 year agodone it on the bbq....magic!
Leclerc 1 year agoVery easy to make in a pinch, and tastes decent.
LoveMyHusband29 2 years agoA little heavy on the pepper, but was very moist and tasty!
gemmarosen 2 years agoHusband was in heaven!!!!
mmcarney 2 years agoOur family really enjoyed this recipe. The meat was tender and flavorful. It was simple to prepare as well.
kschroe1 2 years agoSimply beautiful! Used all fresh ingredients instead of dried (standard 3 to 1 ratio). Loved the spice of the fresh ground pepper - did not at all think spice was too much but we love spice. Add drippings to a brown gravey.
Pebz53 2 years agoWonderful mix of flavors! Pork stayed moist and the flavor penetrated the meat all the way throughout!
blk85 3 years agoAwesome! I added lime juice before rubbing the rub in.
paigehuff 3 years agoI will definitely make this again. I will decrease the pepper as it was a bit overwhelming and I think the other flavors will come out more with less pepper, but easy and tasty. Thanks.
BukZumhof 3 years agoI like to try different pork roast recipes, thanks!
Laurajames27 3 years agoThis was very tasty, everyone liked it & the herbs really gave it that extra flavour, will definitely do again!