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pork loin rib roast

I've got a 3.5 pound pork loin rib roast on right now at 350 degrees. I haven't had the chance to get a polder yet because they are sold out everywhere where I am at. At this temp., how long should I cook the roast. quick response please! thanks in advance.
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  • KennyGKennyG Posts: 949
    maddawg,[p]Just an educated guess. I would think that 15-20 minutes per lb. should do it for about an hour totalat that temp. In the absense of a internal temp thermometer, very light pink on the inside would mean about 150* and safe (and still juicy).[p]The USDA considers pork safely cooked at anything past 134* internal.[p][p]K~G

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