Herbed Pork Roast

Herbed Pork Roast

"A combination of dry herbs gives pork an out-of-this-world flavor! This wonderful, moist roast is a family favorite-and it makes great company fare, too."
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Original recipe yields 14 servings

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  1. Combine the first seven ingredients; rub over roast. Cover and refrigerate for 4 hours or overnight.
  2. Place roast on a rack in a shallow roasting pan. Bake, uncovered, at 325 degrees for 2-1/2 hours or until a meat thermometer reads 145 degrees (63 degrees C). Let stand for 15 minutes before slicing. Refrigerate or freeze remaining pork (may be frozen for up to 3 months).

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  • (C) 2002 Reiman Media Group, Inc.

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Easy and absolutely delicious. Will make again and again. I didn't have sugar so I substituted splenda equivalent for the sugar and this rocked. I used a chef prime pork loin – I added 1 teaspoo...

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The herbs make the edge of the meat tasty but doesn't penetrate to inside. Guests could taste the sugar. It was interesting. I thought this was just ok.

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Easy and absolutely delicious. Will make again and again. I didn't have sugar so I substituted splenda equivalent for the sugar and this rocked. I used a chef prime pork loin – I added 1 teaspoo...

This is absolutely the best pork roast I have ever made. I added olive oil to the herb rub, which made it easier to apply. I also added chicken broth to the bottom of the pan while baking and ...

This was very good. I also added olive oil to the herb rub as someone else suggested and it made it easier to stick to the roast. I took another suggestion and added chicken broth to the botto...

Oh my gosh!!! WONDERFUL. I did not have marjoram so I substituted dried rosemary. I also added a tsp of powdered garlic as suggested in another review and about 1/2 can of chicken broth (we l...

I did not have time to wait before cooking the roast and it still turned out great! I can only imagine how good it would be if I had waited the 4 hours. My husband, who is not a pork roast fan,...

Decided to try this because of the good reviews. I've made plenty of pork roasts and this ranks up high. I made it for company and we all thought it was superb. I rubbed it the night before a...

This recipe is absolutely amazing! I have made it several times, both as a casual dinner and even with company! Perfect combination of herbs!

the flavor was really good. I like the hint of sweet with all the spice. i did deglaze the roasting pan and added chicken broth and some flour to make a gravy. I served this with mashed sweet ...

Wow! I had already marinated my roast in blackstrap molasses and brown sugar, salt and pepper. I feared it would be a little boring, so I added the ingredients in this recipe to the marinade. ...

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