It takes approximately 100 minutes to cook a 5-pound boneless pork loin roasted at 325 F. The USDA recommends that all whole cuts of meat be cooked to an internal temperature of 145 F and then allowed to rest for an additional 3 minutes.
Another roasting method, which takes approximately 90 minutes, involves browning the roast at 450 F for 10 minutes and then reducing the oven temperature to 250 F for the remainder of the cooking time. After cooking, cover the roast with foil, and let it rest for an additional 15 minutes. Roasts can be seasoned with salt, pepper, fresh or dried herbs and spices. To keep the meat moist, place the roast in the pan with the fat side on the top.Learn More
Cooking a 7-pound pork shoulder in the oven takes about four to five hours, and cooking it in a slow cooker takes around 8 to 10 hours. Martha Stewart holds that a pork shoulder should be cooked until the meat is very tender.Full Answer >
A standard 4.5-pound pot roast typically takes four to five hours on the highest heat setting to roast in a crock pot. Changing the setting to the lowest heat increases the cooking time to eight to 12 hours. Since each crock pot is different, consult the owner's manual for exact cooking times and temperatures.Full Answer >
To make a pork loin roast, preheat the oven, cover the roasting pan with foil and make a garlic rub. Cover the pork loin with the rub and roast the pork in the oven. Pour leftover pan juices over the pork before serving.Full Answer >
A rolled pork loin should cook for 20 to 30 minutes per pound, or until reaching the required doneness. A pork tenderloin should cook for 30 to 35 minutes per pound.Full Answer >