Peppered Pork Roast

Peppered Pork Roast

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"Complete this basic roast with mashed potatoes with pork gravy and buttered corn."
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  1. Rub all surfaces of roast(s) with seasoned pepper. Place pork in shallow roasting pan and roast in 350 degrees F. oven for 45 minutes to 1 hour and 15 minutes, until internal temperature (measured with a meat thermometer) reads 150 to 155 degrees F. Remove from oven and allow roast to rest for 10 minutes. Slice and serve.
  2. Wrap and refrigerate leftovers for up to three days. Use leftovers with Caribbean Pork and Mango Salad** or pasta salad.

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  • *Instead of one 4-pound roast, you can use 2 2-pound roasts.

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This is a really good recipe and I tried the suggestions made by Robert. However, the rub was too spicy for my kids who usually eat just about anything I make. We cut the seasoning off and the...

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The recipe was just fine, super easy and good but I dont know who's cooking a 4lb roast in an hour or so on 350. Mine wasnt near done at 10:00pm and even then I had to finally slice it & put it ...

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The recipe was just fine, super easy and good but I dont know who's cooking a 4lb roast in an hour or so on 350. Mine wasnt near done at 10:00pm and even then I had to finally slice it & put it ...

This is a really good recipe and I tried the suggestions made by Robert. However, the rub was too spicy for my kids who usually eat just about anything I make. We cut the seasoning off and the...

This was the Best Recipe. The only thing I did different was to put some garlic, onion powder and sea salt. Hmmm Hmmm Good! I loved the pepper. Thanks Robert

Excellent! It came out juicy and delicious!

Good old standard for roast pork.

I have been cooking my pork this way for 40 years except that I add kosher salt. The pork should be a bit pink, don't overcook.

I took the advice to add salt, garlic, onion powder, with the pepper blend. I amso add some mrs dash garlic blend. I ama picky eater and dont care for pork but with this recipe I liked it and so...

This is definatly my favourite way to have a roast beef,works well with Prime rib also, Yum 5

Really great recipe if you dont mind the pepper spicy flavor. Mine turned out excellant! Good Job!

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