Mustard pork Loin Roast is wonderfully gentle and flavored with an ultra tasty mustard sauce. This dish is straightforward enough for a weeknight meal and definitely quite enough to serve for holidays and special activities.
Mustard beef Loin Roast from afarmgirlsdabbles.com – This beef loin roast is wonderfully soft and flavored with an extremely tasty mustard sauce. The dish is easy sufficient for a weeknight meal and virtually quite enough to serve for vacations and special occasions.
I started laying it on thick with my own family earlier this 12 months, the usage of an increasing number of mustard. home made mustard-y fish fry sauces. clean, vibrant salad dressings with a further dose of Dijon. highly spiced entire grain mustards spread thick internal sandwiches. and additional mustard-y potato salads.
FOR THE MUSTARD SAUCE:
- 1/4 c. stone ground mustard
- 1 T. Dijon mustard
- 1 T. yellow prepared mustard
- 2 tsp. minced fresh rosemary
- 1 tsp. olive oil
- 1 tsp. honey
- 1/2 tsp. sweet curry
FOR THE PORK LOIN ROAST:
- 1 3-1/2 lb. boneless pork loin roast (not pork tenderloin)
- 4 large cloves garlic, minced
- 2 tsp. kosher salt
- 1/2 tsp. freshly ground black pepper
- 2 t. canola oil
- minced fresh rosemary and parsley, optional garnish
- for the mustard sauce: In a small bowl, combine all mustard sauce ingredients. Set aside.
- for the pork loin roast: Pat the pork loin dry using paper towels. With kitchen string, tie up the pork loin every 2 inches. Reference the photo from this post that shows how this should look.
- Create a simple garlic paste by sprinkling the salt over the minced garlic, right on the cutting board. Angle the knife blade (I like to use a knife with a larger blade, such as a Santoku knife or chef’s knife.) so it’s laying almost flat on the cutting board, pressing and scraping the garlic and salt together. The garlic pieces will start to soften and smash, and combine with the salt to form a paste. Keep pressing and scraping until you have a smooth paste. Sprinkle pepper over the paste, and then press and scrape a few more times to incorporate. Rub this mixture over all sides of the pork loin. Set aside at room temperature.
- Preheat oven to 350° F.
- Place 12″ cast iron skillet or stainless steel straight-sided skillet on stovetop and heat to medium-high. Add canola oil and heat until shimmering. Carefully add pork loin, fat cap side down. Sear until deep golden brown and when it releases easily from the skillet, about 4 to 5 minutes per side. Once all four sides have browned, transfer pork loin with the fat cap facing up to a rack set inside a roasting pan. If you do not have one of these, simply place a cooling rack inside a large rimmed pan. I like to line my rimmed pan with aluminum foil for easy clean up.
- Brush seared pork loin on all sides with mustard sauce, using all of the sauce for a 3-1/2 pound pork loin. Tent a large piece of aluminum foil (I like these extra large, heavy duty rolls) loosely over the pork loin, keeping the foil from touching the pork. Cook for 35 minutes. Remove foil tent and cook for another 15 to 20 minutes or so, or until an instant-read thermometer inserted into the thickest part of the pork reads 145° F. I start checking the temperature after the pork has cooked for 10 minutes without the foil tent. Do not over cook. Remove pork loin from oven and let rest 3 minutes. Remove kitchen string and slice pork loin crosswise into 1/2-inch slices. Serve hot, sprinkled with minced fresh rosemary and parsley if desired.