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Ingredients

How to make it

  • Using a sharp knife, make evenly spaced cuts across the roast at 3/4 to 1 inch intervals, cutting almost, but not quite through (3/4 way).
  • Mix spices and salt. Sprinkle over roast making sure that the insides of the cuts made are covered evenly.
  • Place in a roasting pan and cover with a mixture of the sliced onion and shredded carrots.
  • Bake at 350 F until done.
  • Remove from oven, scrap off the charred onion and carrots, slice and serve.
  • Most boneless pork roasts come with a "done" indicator. If not, measure the internal temperature with a meat thermometer and cook appropriately.

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  • rottman 4 years ago
    Sometimes I fix this one for the crunchies alone. The roast pork is secondary ;-)

    Thanks for the comment Connie.
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    windy1950 ate it and said...
    Love pork loin and I have 2 or 3 ways of preparing it. This one sounds incredible, and I don't think I would be discarding anything from it, because I like to savour.

    Thanks for posting... ^5
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  • binky67 6 years ago
    Looks scrumptious!!!
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  • rottman 6 years ago
    Wow! Thanks for the test bake Keni. I'm so happy that you liked it. That mixture of herbs bakes very well, especially when it gets a little of the fat browned in.

    Great photos. Thanks.
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    keni ate it and said...
    Okay...made...and LOVED! :) This was sooo good. The only things I did differently were that I added peppercorns to my fresh herbs and salt(and used my mortar and pestle to rough grind them all together), and I drizzled the meat with the juice from half a lemon after slitting but before adding the herbs. My roast didn't have a thermometer, so I just let mine do the talkin' for me, and it took a lil more than an hour. I served it with my own Red Smashed Taters and a Brussels Sprout Gratin(with fresh thyme), from from this site. Rottie...it was faaaaannnnnntasic! ;) Oh..and I didn't remove the veggie crust...just sliced it and served it with it right on it! ;)
    ****as always, please feel free to remove any photo you want as more/better ones come in...I won't be offended. :)
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    elgab89 ate it and said...
    Oh, yeah, this would be on my hubby's top 5! I agree with you that is beautiful stuff just to be thrown away.
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    lunasea ate it and said...
    Checking....hmmm, yes - still very much female. And I would never scrape off all that tasty goodness....ever. This sounds great! Thank you!
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    keni ate it and said...
    I have never paired rosemary and cilantro...that, in itself, is enough to have me curious...and, I'm fairly certain of my gender, well, but there'd be no discarding at my table, either. ;)
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  • rottman 6 years ago
    Hahaha...

    All I know is that when I've served this myself, women seem to scrape away the seasonings and go straight for the meat, whereas the men will savor the seasonings first, then the meat.
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    shepherdrescue ate it and said...
    Hmmm, I'll have to double check my gender, but I agree, why the hell would you want to scrape off all that goodness? This sounds incredible!
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