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Bombay Pork Loin With Raisin Mango Chutney
Ingredients12 1/2 lb boneless pork loin; trimmed of fat
BOMBAY RUB1/4 c cumin; ground1/4 c coriander; ground1/4 c turmeric; ground1/4 c cinnamon; ground1 tb cayenne pepper1/4 c garlic powder1/4 c salt1/3 c vegetable oil
RAISIN MANGO CHUTNEY2 1/4 c mango; peeled and diced4 1/2 c tomatoes; seeded and diced1/2 c cilantro; chopped3/4 c red onion; diced1/3 c raisins1 1/2 tb peanut oil1 1/2 tb rice vinegarInstructionsCombine all ingredients for bombay rub. Rub onto pork loin. Place loin on roasting rack in preheated 350 degree F oven. Roast to internal temperature of 155 degrees F.
While pork is roasting, combine all ingredients for chutney. Remove pork from oven; let rest for about 10 minutes before slicing. Slice into 1 1/2 ounce slices. Serve 2 slices pork loin with 2 tablespoons chutney.
Serving suggestion: Basmati rice and broccoli. If mango is unavailable, substitute diced peaches.NotesNumber of Servings: 50 servingsTime to Prepare: