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My first stuffed pork loin roast

HawkeyeHawkeye Posts: 27
edited 2:04PM in EggHead Forum
<p />Thanks to stike and The Naked Whiz for helping get the cooking temps correct. I made two of these. Both were stuffed with cornbread stuffing (I made it too moist to begin with), shopped mushrooms, sun dried tomato and basil mozzerella, and green onions. The other also had spinich but I donated it to a family that just became unemmployed. Both were liberally coated in turbinado and most importantly Dizzy Dust! [p]Yum!! My girls tore into it!


  • CJCJ Posts: 50
    I'm about to embark on my first stuffed loin. Your filling sounds much better than what I've found. Could you give me the proportions of the ingrdients?? I would suggest going to my e-mail but my ISP has been in big trouble since 5/4.
    Thanks, CJ

  • Clay QClay Q Posts: 4,432
    Nice work! You're very kind to share the gift of food.... your delicious stuffed pork loin is appreciated, I'm sure.
    Have a great day!

  • GenesGrillGenesGrill Posts: 308
    That looks great! Do you have a link to the recipe for the cornbread stuffed loin??

  • SandbaggerSandbagger Posts: 977
    Hawkeye, that looks delish. I do the same thing, stuffed, with the Costco, boneless, turkey breasts. I just peel the netting off, fold open, add the stuffing stuff & seasonings, roll back up and renet. If the breast is too thick, I may run a knife down it to create another meat layer for ingredients. [p]Have a good one. T

  • HawkeyeHawkeye Posts: 27
    Thanks for the kind words folks. I didn't have a recipe to go by on this. I simply asked my wife what she would want in one. Basically, I made a box of turkey dressing and added to it a half of log of cooked Owen's sausage, some dried sage, garlic salt, fresh garlic, green onion, and a container of fresh mushrooms (chopped small). [p]After filleting the loin I spread a light coat of yellow mustard on the inside. Then I added a couple of serving spoons full of the dressing and a few slices of tomato/basil mozzarella to each layer and secured with toothpicks as I didn't have any string. Then coated in sugar and dizzy pig.[p]The only thing I would do differently is to prepare the stuffing to be a little on the dry side as it obsorbed moisture from the cheese and meat.[p]Good luck!
  • SirKeatsSirKeats Posts: 159
    Hawkeye,[p]That looks great! Very well done!
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