Recipe by Denise Hummel
"This is a great marinade for any meat. I especially like it on pork roasts, but it can easily be used on chicken or ribs."
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1 (4 pound)
This is a great recipe...very tasty! I made it, and cooked it in the crockpot, and it turned out great!!
We did not enjoy the flavor of this at all will not make again
This is a great recipe!! I didn't have any mustard seed, so I used 1tsp of ground mustard instead. Because we love garlic, I used 4 cloves to kick up a notch, and it tasted great. Even the kids asked the seconds!!! Thanks!!!!
This is yummy,I use a cattle syringe and inject the pork roast with the marinade it is delectable!!!!!!!
We stuck to the recipe ingredients, marinated it overnight, and cooked it in the crockpot with the marinade the next day for 8-9 hours on low. It was delicious. It would also be good cooked with veggies and/or make the au jus into gravy. We boiled the leftovers in the au jus and they were even better. I would like to try this on the grill as the original recipe states. Thank you for this recipe.
Absolutely FANTASTIC! Thanks so much... I guess what made it such a big hit with my husband, is that it was his first try at his new BBQ! Next time I might cut slits in the meat and slide slivers of Garlic into it before marinating. It also ended up marinating overnight... but didn't seem to be a problem. Great recipe! Thanks.
was a good marinade, I broiled the pork rroast at 325 for about an hour. Came out tender and juicy. I marinated overnight and scored the meat and added minced garlic inside. will make again, but might cut down a bit on the worchestire sauce.
This was sooooo tasty and super easy to make. I didn't make a single change to the ingredients but I did put my roast (with all of the marinade) in a roasting pan with some potatoes and carrots and cooked the roast and vegetables in my oven at 350F for 75 minutes. Quicker and the pork steaks were the perfect texture. Cooking roasts in my crockpot tend to turn the roast into shredded pork. I heard my neighbors in the hall comment about how "something smells soooooo good!" The whole family loved how flavorful the pork was and I will definitely be making this again.
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