Fearing that we might have to unplug the refrigerator for an extended period of time during the repairs to the kitchen, I wanted to make sure I used up as much food as possible so it didn't go to waste. I had a pork loin, half a loaf of French bread and a half pound of sausage. Stuffed Pork Loin here we come!
The recipe is very simple (and cheap, especially if you get the pork loin on sale), but it looks more impressive than serving a slice of pork loin with a lump of stuffing on the side. The only tricky part is butterflying the pork loin so it lays flat. And that isn't really hard.
Start by placing the roast on its side, the fat facing right or left depending on your "handedness". I am a righty, so the fat goes to the left. About 1" from the right slide, cut through the roast, stopping 1" from the bottom.
Turn the roast and cut the remaining portion in half, stopping 1" from the end.
Once you have a relatively flat piece of meat, put the stuffing in the middle and roll up the sides. I am probably the only American food blogger that does not own kitchen twine. I just never think to buy it when I am at the store. That's okay, the toothpicks worked just fine.
If you can't get enough pork goodness, wrap the roast in bacon before roasting like I have done in the past.
Until next time, happy eating.
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What a gorgeous dish and it sounds fabulous! Stopping by from the Wednesday Roundup!
I love pork loin but I have to admit I never stuffed it. Thanks so much for sharing with Foodie Friends Friday this week. I've pinned and shared.
We hope to see you again next week,
A FFF co-host,
We both enjoy pork tenderloin. This recipe looks really good! I will have to try this, Pinning so I won't forget. Stopping by from Foodie Friends.
Mums Take Five
Oh Audrey! Looks so delicious!! the photos are great makes it look so easy to follow.
Thank you so much for sharing and thanks for linking for Sunday Brunch.
thanks! I don't usually enjoy doing step by step photos, but in cases like this I think it helps.
Natasha in Oz
Thanks for sharing at the Say G'day Saturday linky party. I've just pinned your delicious post!
Hope you can join us again this weekend.
Natasha in Oz