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- Pat pork dry with paper towel. In small bowl, combine all rub ingredients well and apply to all surfaces of the pork roast. Place roast in a shallow pan and roast in a 350 degrees F. oven for 1 hour (20 minutes per pound), until internal temperature on a meat thermometer reads 145 degrees F. Remove roast from oven; let rest about 10 minutes before slicing to serve.
Pike H. 2 months ago
I have made this five or six times. I usually pour olive oil on top right before roasting. This crisps it up a bit more. It is a good recipe, easy to make. I'm making it again today.
Jenna Greve 3 months ago
Easy! I didn’t have rosemary so left that out but it was still great! I used a 2.5 lb tenderloin instead. I heated my cast iron to 450 in the oven, added a bit of oil before my tenderloin, tossed in the tenderloin for ten minutes, turned it over and it took about another 15 to finish it off to 145 degrees. The key is definitely the meat thermometer!
Anita Cardona 4 months ago
Very good. Easy to make. I trimmed all the fat first and I used a meat thermometer. It was moist and the spices were great.
renzo Rebatta 4 months ago
it worked nice recipe
Douglas 4 months ago
Very good. I think I'd add some sage next rime.
Victoria Swanson 4 months ago
I just made this and it was good. My hubby found it to have great flavor. I put it on the rotisserie.
Nydia Hammer 4 months ago
Super easy to make! It was a hit with the kiddos! Will definitely make again
Johns 5 months ago
Turned out great. Would make it again.
Allie Seder 6 months ago
It was pretty good. The cook time was a bit off for me.
Judy 6 months ago
Turned out perfect!!
Cayley Lambert 7 months ago
really good! added red potatoes, celery, onions, and carrots to make a gravy for rice with it. added a few more spices as well! Came out really tender and juicy
Kitty 8 months ago
Cook time was spot on, pork came out incredibly tender and juicy. Server it with green beans, even my kids loved this dish. Really simple recipe lead to an easy and happy dinner for my family.
Moss 8 months ago
cook time should be about 10 minutes less than indicated in the recipe. I'm a vegetarian, so the best indicator I have to the taste was my family. They all enjoyed it, but the comment re a bit overcooked was heard by a couple of them. I'll cook it again, but reduce the cooking time. It will be amazing!
Maria Santonato 8 months ago
Easy to follow, cook time just right for moist finished tenderloin with now raw center.
Michael C. 9 months ago
I followed the directions and it came out perfect! My family loves it.
Janice Koch 9 months ago
It was delicious! I put the rub on, wrapped it in foil the day before so it was well seasoned. I added fresh rosemary and thyme before it went into the oven.
Shinn 9 months ago
It was easy, quick and delicious !!
Mckee a year ago
It was fantastic. Juicy, tender, and flavorful.
Jessica a year ago
I followed the recipe without editing it, and this pork loin came out juicy, tender, and well-seasoned. I'll definitely be making this again.
Anita a year ago
The pork was very good. Spicy but not too spicy and very moist.
Grill&Chill a year ago
Excellent, quick recipe
Allison Provenzano a year ago
Great recipe! For my first time making a pork loin it turned out perfectly :)
John Thorn a year ago
Absolutely delicious. Will DEFINITELY make again. We coupled it with baked apple and sweet potato. Simply the best.
Jen Mink a year ago
Juicy, tender and seasoned great!
Ziva a year ago
Turned out great!! 4lb loin went for 90 minutes. Will definitely make again
Schumann a year ago
Could have used a marinade as well
Gunnar Kallstrom a year ago
delicious ill definitely make this again
Carol a year ago
followed the recipe, flavor was good. But why does my pork never look like the picture? Would like it to look crispy
Patricia Johnson a year ago
wonderful. I would repeat the recipe.
Sam Ham a year ago
This rub is delicious. Instead of dried basil, i used fresh. Then, I cooked about 3lbs of pork at 350 for an hour on a cookie sheet, which made the pork perfectly tender.