How To Cook Pork Roast So It Stays Juicy

How To Cook Pork RoastPork loin is lean, tender, and easy to cook. Because it’s low in fat most people have tendency to over cook it. Baking it for a short time in the oven, slightly covered, will protect the meat from drying out. This dish is delicious cold and I always buy a double portion of meat to use for sandwiches or a quick dinner served with salad.

Serves 6-8

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Comments

  1. That’s a lot of pork for 2 people.

  2. This recipe sounds wonderful! Did you use pork loin roast, or pork tenderloins?

    • Hi Deb!

      They are pork tenderloins but you could also use a pork loin roast. The roast contains more fat however, so just be sure to trim it well before you roast it.

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