Stuffed Crown Roast of Pork
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Yield: 16 Ready in 1 hours
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|5 cwhite bread cubes; Firm|
|1/2 csweet red pepper; Chopped|
|Paper booties; (directions)|
|1/2 cCelery; chopped|
|1/2 tsDried marjoram leaves|
|1/2 cOnions; chopped|
|1/2 csweet green pepper; Chopped|
|1 16-ribcrown roast of pork|
|2 tbolive oil|
|1 1/4 cWater|
|1/4 tsDried thyme leaves|
|1/4 tsCracked black pepper|
|1/4 cfresh parsley leaves; Chopped|
Stuffed Crown Roast of Pork Preparation
NOTE: You may ask your butcher to shape and tie a crown roast for you or select two center pork loins at your supermarket and have the service department saw between the ribs, then follow the above directions. 1. Heat oven to 325F. Place roast, bone ends up, on wire rack in shallow roasting pan. Cover bone tips with pieces of aluminum foil. Roast pork 2 hours. 2. Meanwhile, in large skillet, heat oil. Add celery, onion, and peppers; saute vegetables until lightly browned. Remove from heat and add marjoram, pepper, thyme, salt, and water. Stir to loosen browned-on bits. 3. In large bowl, combine bread cubes, parsley, and mixture from skillet. Toss until well mixed and all bread has been moistened. Cover, and set aside. 4. When pork has roasted 2 hours, remove from oven. Spoon bread mixture into center of crown. With serving spoon, drizzle some of pan drippings over stuffing. Return to oven and bake 30 to 45 minutes more or until meat thermometer inserted into thickest part of roast registers 155F. Remove from oven and. allow pork to stand 5 to 10 minutes until meat temperature rises to 160F. Allow pork to rest 10 to 15 minutes before carving. Transfer to serving plate; remove foil from bones. Decorate rib bones with paper booties or kumquats, if desired. 5. To carve the roast, use a sharp carving knife and a two-pronged carving fork. Slice down between the ribs, removing one chop at a time. Spoon stuffing onto each serving. Paper Booties: Cut desired number of 4-inch squares from writing or wrapping paper. One at a time, fold squares in half gently without creasing paper at fold. Make cuts 1/8 inch apart through fold to within 1/4 inch of cut edges. To attach to rib bones, carefully wrap uncut ends of paper strips around bones and secure with tape. Country Living Holidays/1994 Scanned & edited by Di Pahl &
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