Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Balsamic Molasses Braised Pork Roast

A couple of weeks ago I made a balsamic molasses braised pork roast in the oven. The photo is before putting it in the oven. I added potatoes and apples. I cooked it at 300 F for three hours. I'll make this roast again because it was so delicious and moist as well. I won't add apples again because they cooked down to mush due to the length of cooking time. Next time I'll use carrots instead. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.

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  1. Hi Barbara, thanks, I like making things that have multiple portions so I don't have to cook every day.

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  2. We love roast pork here. I've never tried a molasses glaze, but I imagine it would be good. I have brushed molasses on bacon before and use it in my home-made nutty granola. And I do have a recipe where I use brown sugar, butter, and garlic on pork chops!

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    1. Hi Rian, thanks, I have never braised in the oven before, it was much better than roasted. I bread my pork chops with egg and gluten free break crumbs and they are wonderful.

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  3. Multiple portions and left overs are always a winner here.

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    1. Hi Sue, thanks, I am now trying to use up all of the winter frozen soups to start all over again.

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  4. The roast looks and sounds delicious, Linda. You could add the apples during the last 30-35mins of cooking. Move them around in the juices when you add them.

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    1. Parsnips would be a good addition, too, I imagine.

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