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Pork Loin done Right

the simplest way to prepare pork loin is to make a simple glaze and pop it in the oven on a low heat.

First the glaze:

  • Apricot, orange or peach jam (or a combination of all three)
  • Mustard
  • Worcestershire Sauce
  • Salt
  • pepper
  • brown sugar.

If you’re lazy you can use one of the premade dry rubs for pork, and mix with mustard, worcestershire sauce and the jam.

Directions:

  1. Cover your pork loin with about half the glaze.
  2. Throw it in the over on a low heat, around 350 and roast.
  3. Add more glaze as you cook it. Keep spooning the drippings over the loin, about every 20 minutes or so.
  4. Just cook until its done – white all the way through and simply falls apart. It’ll be easy to cut, and the glaze drippings you can add to the pork slices.

Feel free to replace the dry ingredients with a decent jamaican jerk rub or if you have a wet rub, replace the worcestershire sauce and mustard with the wet jerk sauce.

Enjoy!

Posted under: Dinner, Pork

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