Ingredients

How to make it

  • Chop onion and celery. Place in small saucepan over medium heat and cook until onions are translucent. Remove from heat. Strain liquid off into a container. Add enough water to accumulate 1-1/2 cups total.
  • Put butter and retained liquid into the saucepan over medium heat and cook until butter is melted and mixed. Add contents of the stuffing package. Cover and remove from heat. Let stand 5 minutes.
  • Fluff stuffing with a fork.
  • Cut an X shaped cavity in the roast, fill with stuffing until forming a rounded top. See Photo
  • Place in a small roasting pan with about 1/2 cup of water. Roast in a preheated oven at 375 degrees for about 2 hours. Check the water level every half hour to be sure there is still some there. When roast is done remove from oven and let stand for 10 minutes still covered.
  • Serve with a smile. See Photo
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    " It was excellent "
    gapeach55 ate it and said...
    Yes, This had my curiousity up; had to check it out. Love pork and dressing. Sounds devine! Actually I just love just about anything edible. Your wife is a lucky lady to have a hubby who cooks, wish mine enjoyed it more. He much rather eat.
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  • lovebreezy 6 years ago
    I’m so disappointed. Since my brother goes to Peru occasionally for archeological digs, and tells me of the food there, I thought I finally found the recipe I wanted for him. He tells me guinea pig is quite good. Do you think I could carve the pork to look like a guinea pig and fool him? - - - - Now I would have been upset if this was Stuffed Basset Hound!
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  • pamelanava 6 years ago
    That's too funny! You're gonna get a lot of hits on this one! Sounds yummy! Thank you!
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  • hayamaktoum 6 years ago
    You got me :-) I'll have to get a pork roast tomorrow and try this out!
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  • gramma58 6 years ago
    OMG!!! I was practically shaking when I saw the title...all I could think of was my granddaughter's guinea pig sizzeling on a spit...that show with some guy named Zimmerman on the Food Net Work ate roasted guinea pig...anyways the roast recipe looks yummy...thanks for the scare and laugh!
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  • dugger 6 years ago
    Well I hope you all had fun with this as I did. Love the comments and the "cough, arghh" responses.
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  • redkitchen 6 years ago
    I LOVE guinea pigs........I just can't eat a whole one! Loved it!
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    " It was excellent "
    rml ate it and said...
    Easy and clever. My teens (16 and 19) will love it. We have a "SkinnyPig" named Spike. She's hareless, hence the Skin part. Perhaps I should hide her while I'm serving this dish. Too mean? Thank you for the recipe and for making me laugh.
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  • cookingforfun 6 years ago
    You're a funny guy and the recipe looks good too
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  • pat2me 7 years ago
    I was going to pass....but it looks like you and Pat pulled off a coup!
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  • smileangel827 7 years ago
    omg i was soooo mad lol i have a guinea pig and i was like noooooo lol dont worry i am laughing now thank god anyway sounds really good and thank u for getting my attention hahaha
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  • recipediva 7 years ago
    TO FUNNY!
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  • putercop 7 years ago
    Wow! That was way cool! Searching for an unusual pork recipe to try and this popped up. Was thinking about the little varmints in my daughters room and chuckling at the thought when I saw the title. Read it all and it's kind of hard to laugh and type at the same time. My cheeks hurt! This is perfect for a quick put together and go finish working outside meal. Who'd a thunk. Good one, I'd leave the title as is!
    Going to try it this weekend and take it to a tailgating party with recipe title in hand. Maybe some prosciutto under the stuffing, some roasted red pepper strips...hmmmm this is way too good to pass on.
    Thanks!
    Bill
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  • sheehydevil 7 years ago
    PHEW!!
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  • dugger 7 years ago
    Sorry if it grossed you out. It was a joke from the beginning. Maybe just buy the big roasts so they don't remind you of the little critters.
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  • mslisa 7 years ago
    I was sure it wasn't guinea pig, just wanted to see what the heck it was. seeing the raw pork there with the word guinea pig in my head really grossed me out though! We have had many of these cute, very friendly animals.
    I may never be able to buy pork roast again!!
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  • dugger 7 years ago
    Ooouuhh.. and I thought I was kidding.
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  • unswissmiss 7 years ago
    Dugger, you're hilarious! This came up under a search for "pork" so I knew this wasn't real. That being said, guinea pig is quite popular in Peru. Kid you not.
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  • dugger 7 years ago
    I love it when a plan comes together... :p Please note that most of the stuff I write is tongue in cheek. Including some of my recipes...
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  • sallycd 7 years ago
    Dag-Nab-It... thought i found a better way to deal with the kiddies dead guinea pig...
    Goodness knows, I do adore a good "road kill" recipe... (please note, the above was written tongue in cheek, and in jest, I apologise if it offends anyone).
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