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Roast Pork

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Roast Pork

Post  Maggie54 on 06.06.11 15:47

Found this recipe whilst trawling the internet. Tried it out yesterday and it was really delicious.
I put rashers of streaky bacon on the top then left them underneath the joint when I turned it as they were getting burnt, and I cooked it on 175° as 165 seemed a bit low. It was more moist than when I have cooked pork loin in my conventional oven.
My joint weighed 1kg and I cooked it for 75mins.


Pork loin joint weight 1.7kg
2-3 cloves garlic, halved.
1-2 tbs Worcestershire or Soy Sauce
Salt and Pepper

Rub the joint with the salt and pepper.
Make incisions and insert the garlic halves
Drizzle with the Worcestershire or Soy Sauce.
Place on the low rack and cook at 165°C for 1hr30mins - 2 hours or until thermometer shows 80°C.
Let stand before serving


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Post  Admin on 06.06.11 18:56

Thank you for taking the time to share this recipe and your cooking tips with us Maggie

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Post  junie on 07.06.11 10:22

thank you Maggie54

We appreciate you taking the time to share this. I'll add it to the recipe A-Z so that it remains easy for everone to find.

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Post  scorpio58 on 03.09.11 14:34

Thanks for that Maggie. Sounds delicious. I'm going to try it tomorrow for Sunday lunch.

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Post  Maggie54 on 03.09.11 19:18

Good luck with lunch tomorrow scorpio58. Just remember to turn the joint over about half way through the cooking and it should be OK.

Do let me know how you get on. From trying out several recipes it looks as though there are variations with the different halogen ovens, so I reckon the more we share our experiences, the more successful we will be.

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Post  handla on 26.09.11 18:55

How do i get the skin crispy?

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Post  melandpie on 26.11.11 9:24

hi my names mel, and i was going to ask the same question i love the crispy top in my normal over i cut it off just before the joint it fully cooked and put it on a try but not sure how i would do it in this oven , maybe put it back in while i am resting my meat , Very Happy

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Post  junie on 26.11.11 14:40

Hi

Putting it back in while resting the meat sounds a good idea.

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