How to Cook a Pork Loin Joint?

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When cooking a pork loin joint, the oven should be heated to a temperature of 240C. The roasting tin is lightly oiled and put in the oven to get hot. Season the pork with sea salt and put the joint in the hot tin and roast for 20 minutes. Reduce the heat to 190C and roast it for a further 30 minutes per 500g. The heat is then increased to 240C and cooked for 10 minutes until crisp and has turned to a golden colour. It is then removed from the oven and the excess fat is drained. The pork can be served with roasted apples and gravy.
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Remove the loin from the wrapper. Wash it, pat dry with paper towel. Take baking pan, I use a clear cornig dish coat with nostick spray. Take bacon and lay down in bottom of pan.
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Pork loin and tenderloin can be cooked straight out of the package, after brining, or after marinating in a paste or marinade. If the roast is coated with a paste for marinating,
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1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Place pork loin on oven rack in shallow roasting pan. Roast for 3 hours or until meat thermometer registers 160 degrees F. 2. Prepare the sauce.
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On 1/20/08 on public TV, on america'stestkitchen.com, they showed a way to fry pork loins in medallions, wrapped in a strip of bacon. Check the website.
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