Recipe by winds_jenn
"Something a little different when you're tired of the same ole stuff."
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1 (2 pound)
boneless sirloin pork roast
prepared spicy mustard
bacon strips, cut in half
mushroom stems, chopped
This was exceptionally yummy! I did a few changes - I didn't want to make the stuffed mushrooms, so I skipped that. I mixed spicy mustard, brown sugar, Worchestershire, minced red onion and mushroom, and spread half of that on the roast, topped with bacon, and then spread the rest on the bacon. I had a 2.5 pound roast and I baked for an hour and 20 minutes. Yum!!! Easy enough for a weeknight meal but good enough for entertaining as well. Will make often!
to much, to much, to much. To much mustard. wow, you really have to like mustard to like this dish
This was absolutely...THE BEST!!!! And so easy, I made it exactly to the recipe, I used French's Bolds n Spicy Mustard...wow. Oh I did add near the end of cooking...a wee bit of water to the roasting pan, so when it was finished cooking, I removed the roast...added more water and boiled and thickened (just a bit) on top of the stove,with corn starch to put on the roast when serving. Everyone rated this 10, definately on my forever favorite list...ohh and the mushrooms...weeee...soooo darn delish and looked like I had be slaving all the day!!
Thank-you Thank-you, please take a bow.
I did not make the stuffed mushrooms -- I followed other suggestions This was exceptionally yummy! I did a few changes - I didn't want to make the stuffed mushrooms, so I skipped that. I mixed spicy mustard, brown sugar, Worchestershire, minced red onion and mushrooms, and spread that on the roast, topped with bacon -- very good
MMMM...so good and easy to make, too. I will definately make this again. I did not make the mushrooms as we do not like them, but the pork was superb. I did not have any Spicy Mustard on hand so I mixed Honey Mustard w/ Emeril's Essence and it turned out perfect. I also used fresh bacon from the butcher...the pork was tender and juicy and the bacon crisp and yummy.
This was very good. Next time would saute onions and mushroom stems before filling the mushroom tops. I used portabello caps - delicious.
Might make again but have several others I prefer over this one.
Pork was quite bland, mushrooms were too mustardy.
For me, even tho I love all kinds of mustard, I thought this was a little too much mustard. I didn't make the mushroom caps. However, this was a GREAT recipe to make for company with little notice and no time to marinate anything. Everyone loved it!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Bacon Mustard Pork Roast with Stuffed Mushroom Caps
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 381
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