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Maple-Brined Roasted Pork Loin

In this video, you’ll learn how to make a simple roasted pork loin with a delicious glaze of Dijon mustard and maple syrup. You’ll learn what brining does for your pork roast. This comes out of the oven super moist with subtle sweet maple flavor. Try it, it's easy and delicious. Get the recipe for Maple-Brined Roasted Pork Loin.

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  • Dave Van De Cappelle

After the brine, I would rinse it off, add some salt, pepper and garlic powder and smoke it in my MES 30 inch electric smoker over a 50-50 mix of Apple and Hickory wood chips

  • Arondos

Got it in the brine. Was debating using the smoker instead of the oven next time. Sure sounds like it should be good either way.

  • Rio cook

How long would you smoke it? Would smoking it dry it out?