How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 250 degrees.
  • In bowl, stir together all rub ingredients.
  • Rub the pork loin all over generously with olive oil then rub the roast all over with the rub. (I used ever bit of the rub on my roast. There was a thick coating on all sides of my roast.)
  • If you have rub remaining, it can be stored, covered tightly, in the refrigerator for later use.)
  • Cover the roast with plastic wrap and refrigerate for a minumum of 6 hours or up to 24 hours.
  • Place roast in a foil-lined shallow roasting pan.
  • Roast uncovered until the internal temperature is 150 degrees. ** The cooking time will vary depending on the size of your roast. I let my roast cook at 250 for about 3 hours and then another hour at 275.
  • **We like our pork a little more done than some people, so I let the internal temperature get to 160 before I took it out of the oven. It was perfect for us.

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  • Enfys 9 years ago
    I just had to come back and tell you how delicious this rub was... I used it on a pork loin roast that I slow cooked in the oven & planned to use for BBQ pork sandwiches... but after chopping it up & tasting it, my sister and I decided to use it on the sandwiches just as it was with no BBQ sauce added... it was THAT good! The only thing I did differently was not adding the cayenne pepper and that was only because I didn't have any (everything else I had on hand already)... next time the cayenne pepper will be included in the rub... thank you so much for a wonderful taste treat!
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  • ustinkguy 10 years ago
    The preheat comment seemed in poor taste. Wiseass!
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  • evi_m 10 years ago
    Hi, I would like to try this but I'm a little confused by the first step about preheating the oven. Why is this needed if the joint is going to be refrigerated for a number of hours? Can someone help? Thanks
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  • kokocanuck 13 years ago
    Had it last night with only half the chilli powder and cayanne. I love the heat but family does not but was very good none the less!
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    " It was excellent "
    trackwidow ate it and said...
    Gotta try this one! It sounds wonderful!
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    " It was excellent "
    damama ate it and said...
    Had this for dinner tonight. It was fabulous! It really was. My picky family ate it all! I used a 3.5 pound roast and cooked it at approx. 275 for 3 hours and it registered 180* after 3 hours - will cook a little less next time, but it was not dry. I also let it marinade for 24 hours before cooking. Loved the spicy kick!! Thanks for the recipe...will use this again and again.
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  • kerrijean 16 years ago
    Sounds Great --I will have to try it this week!!
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  • rosemaryblue 16 years ago
    Pork loin is a favorite, and this is a great recipe! The mix of rub ingredients is exceptional! Thanks for the post!
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