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"I made this. My wife and family loved it. My gravy didn't look anything like the photo, but I went a little heavier on the onions and the apples and made it more of a sauce than a gravy. I used a potato masher to gent
y mush it up into something with the consistency of applesauce. Thanks for the recipe; easy and yummy. Oh I also roasted the skinny carrots and did baby spinach for another side. I am a struggling cook learning late in life so I give this 5 BIG stars"
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Brown the meat on all sides in a skillet. You may use either one 3 lb roast or two 1 and 1/2 lb roasts. Remove the meat and put into a roasting pan with a close fit. In the pan in which you browned the meat, saute the onions and garlic for 5 minutes. Add the apples and continue sauteeing for about 2 to 4 more minutes.
Add the broth, vinegar and honey and stir until mixed. Add salt and pepper to taste. Pour the gravy over the pork, cover with foil and bake for 1 to 1 and 1/2 hours at 325 F until the pork is done. Remove the roast from the pan and let sit for 10 minutes before carving. Slightly mash the the gravy, and serve.
NOTES : Very different, this roast is tender and flavorful, very moist with a gravy to die for. If you have any left over, its wonderful sliced for sandwiches. Slather with leftover gravy.
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tamdabombmom 6 days 6 hours ago
johnny767 1 month agoIf the gravy is not thick enough add corn starch or flour that will do the trick
ashleyspl8house 1 month ago
prayburn 1 month agoOne of the BEST resapies ever , everything was mouthwatering
james625 2 months agoThe Pork Roast came out very good but the gravy failed to impress.
vrizzari02 2 months agoThis was so tender and had great flavor. I didn't have any apples on hand, but being from New England, I had apple butter left over from the fall and used that instead and it still worked out great. I also used apple cider vinegar (less than the wine vinegar because it has a more pungent taste. Thank you!!!
jamiefulton87 3 months ago
janinesmith 3 months agoThis was the best pork loin I have made. Very tasty and tender. Even my four year old grandson liked it
mom2paige 3 months agoVery tasty! Family enjoyed.
jafkitchen 5 months agoVery good. Not so sure about gravy. It had good flavor... But mine did not turn out as pretty as the picture.
mmllcc 5 months ago
AZClaire 5 months agoThe pork was tender and tasty. However, my gravy never became gravy. I ended up with a lot of liquid and my apples stayed in chunks. I got the onion, apple, and garlic pieces out using a slotted spoon and abandoned the liquid.
marie0717 5 months ago
tamdabombmom 5 months agoAbsolutely the BEST I've ever made. Also, too pretty to eat. (Still ate anyway) kids both loved it too!!!
vshenry 6 months agoEasy & excellent. I added a teaspoon of ground ginger. Everyone loved it.
dharmon10 7 months agoReally good. I usually avoid fruit in main dish recipes but this was really good.
mpau0516 7 months agoDo you quarter the apples or slice them, or leave whole?
crnaofca 7 months ago
krusert 9 months agoWOW - delish! Thanks for posting, this recipe hit the spot.
jessi4395 10 months ago