I know I have been terrible with Supper Sunday’s – I’ve missed two in a row- there has just been so much going on! But here I return- and with a pork roast!
Now you may notice that this recipe is remarkably similar to the lamb recipe I posted in February, and that is because it is pretty much the same recipe- this works well for pork too!
Rosemary Garlic Pork Roast
1.5 kg pork roast (I used a pork blade roast)
10-15 cloves of garlic slivered into big slices
2 tbsp Montreal Steak Spice
2 tbsp rosemary (dried but not ground- alternatively you can use fresh rosemary- that’s even better)
3 tbsp vegetable oil
I’m cooking this in my large cast iron pot. First you sear all the sides of the pork roast in your pot over high heat.
Then you take it out, and cut little slits into the roast to stuff all your garlic into- leaving a few to put over the top.
Sprinkle all sides with Montreal Steak Spice. Then put it back in your pot, put the rosemary, leftover garlic, and oil over top
Then bake in a 350 oven for approximately 2 1/2 hours for a very well done- falling apart roast!
I served my roast with corn and pan steamed and fried brussels sprouts- (add a 1/2″ of water into your pan full of halved brussels sprouts- with the lid on steam them for 5 minutes, take the lid off, letting the water evaporate, then add a little butter or oil, salt and pepper, and fry them until they get a little golden on some sides- best way to eat brussels sprouts!)
Hope you are all having a delicious Sunday!