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Re: RECIPE FOR PORK LOIN IN CROCK POT?

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@Nightowlz wrote:

@ECBG wrote:

I do a pork loin roast for every New Years day dinner.  Often I will buy two and tie them together with kitchen yarn because the roast  will be so much more moist.

 

I love the rub in my old Betty Crocker cookbook.

 

Preheat oven to 325 degrees

Rinse pork loin roast and pat dry.

 

Mix 1 tsp of garlic

       1 tsp of sage

        1 tsp of marjorum

        1 tsp salt

(I use double)

 

Rub over pork roast and roast fat side up 30 min./lb.

Rest before carving.

 

I prefer this to grilled pork chops.  It also reheats well.


 

@ECBG Thx for sharing this sounds yummy. I like that spice rub mixture. Yum!!! I have an old Betty Crocker Cookbook I got back in 1976.


@Nightowlz, Mine is the  red  one from1970!  If I have a big roast, I just keep mixing the rub until I've covered the roast!

 

Goes well with traditional New Years Day dishes too!

 

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Re: RECIPE FOR PORK LOIN IN CROCK POT?


@ECBG wrote:

@Nightowlz wrote:

@ECBG wrote:

I do a pork loin roast for every New Years day dinner.  Often I will buy two and tie them together with kitchen yarn because the roast  will be so much more moist.

 

I love the rub in my old Betty Crocker cookbook.

 

Preheat oven to 325 degrees

Rinse pork loin roast and pat dry.

 

Mix 1 tsp of garlic

       1 tsp of sage

        1 tsp of marjorum

        1 tsp salt

(I use double)

 

Rub over pork roast and roast fat side up 30 min./lb.

Rest before carving.

 

I prefer this to grilled pork chops.  It also reheats well.


 

@ECBG Thx for sharing this sounds yummy. I like that spice rub mixture. Yum!!! I have an old Betty Crocker Cookbook I got back in 1976.


@Nightowlz, Mine is the  red  one from1970!  If I have a big roast, I just keep mixing the rub until I've covered the roast!

 

Goes well with traditional New Years Day dishes too!

 


 

Mine looks like that. It was published in 1974. Mine is a 3 ring binder type. All the recipes in it I have made were always good.

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Registered: ‎01-08-2011

Re: RECIPE FOR PORK LOIN IN CROCK POT?


@Nightowlz wrote:

@ECBG wrote:

@Nightowlz wrote:

@ECBG wrote:

I do a pork loin roast for every New Years day dinner.  Often I will buy two and tie them together with kitchen yarn because the roast  will be so much more moist.

 

I love the rub in my old Betty Crocker cookbook.

 

Preheat oven to 325 degrees

Rinse pork loin roast and pat dry.

 

Mix 1 tsp of garlic

       1 tsp of sage

        1 tsp of marjorum

        1 tsp salt

(I use double)

 

Rub over pork roast and roast fat side up 30 min./lb.

Rest before carving.

 

I prefer this to grilled pork chops.  It also reheats well.


 

@ECBG Thx for sharing this sounds yummy. I like that spice rub mixture. Yum!!! I have an old Betty Crocker Cookbook I got back in 1976.


@Nightowlz, Mine is the  red  one from1970!  If I have a big roast, I just keep mixing the rub until I've covered the roast!

 

Goes well with traditional New Years Day dishes too!

 


 

Mine looks like that. It was published in 1974. Mine is a 3 ring binder type. All the recipes in it I have made were always good.


I used some of the items in this cookbook in my Foods and Adv. Foods classes.  Excellent on the basics!  A lot of my students ordered it.

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Re: RECIPE FOR PORK LOIN IN CROCK POT?

I add a can of cream of celery soup and half can of water to my pork in the crock pot. It's never dry and makes it's own gravy.