Wondering how to roast pork so that it’s juicy and tender on the inside and has a nice brown crust on the outside? The reverse-sear method works perfectly every time! The pork is cooked perfectly throughout and the crust is dark and crunchy. The crisp crust is because the roast goes straight from the very hot oven to the table with no time to rest, steam and lose that texture. A brilliant basic technique that leads to a soft juicy inside (nearly as soft as pulled pork) and all kinds of good crunchy meat and fat on the outside. This is a great time to try Flodins delicious, juicy and tender pork, which is simple to cook to perfection.
Here’s how to do it:
- Look for a pork roast that has some fat marbling, you want that mouth-watering taste right? Flodins pork has a high a high content of Omega-3 healthy fats, which melt faster and become deliciously infused while cooking- creating juicy, succulent pork meat!
- Let your pork roast sit at room temperature for 30 minutes to an hour. Preheat the oven temperature to 150°C or 300°F.
- Season the pork roast all over with salt and pepper.
- Set your roast fat-side up, in a large roasting pan. Add about 2 cm or ½ an inch of chicken broth to the bottom of your pan and roast your Omega-3 pork uncovered.
- How long should you roast your pork for? Until the internal temperature is about 78-80°C or 172- 176°F. (Approx 40 minutes per pound at 150°C or 300°F.)
- When it gets to about 80°C or 176°F, take your pork roast out of the oven and rest for 30-40 minutes. This is important because this is the only time the roast will rest.
- Tip: Use this resting time to finish off your side dishes and make a splendid gravy using that gorgeous brown liquid.
- Preheat the oven to 250°C or 475°F. Set your roast into a clean baking sheet, when the oven is hot put your pork in for 13-17 minutes, uncovered. You want the outside to get really nice and brown and the fat to get crunchy.
- Carve and serve! You already rested your pork roast in step 5 so don’t let it rest now. Carve it immediately.
Isn’t this the yummiest way to roast pork? It’s low and slow so that it’s tender, just the way you want it. And the outside is all brown and crunchy and full of flavor!
Ready to try roasting delicious Omega-3 pork now? Try this reverse-sear technique on a flavourful and comforting dish that makes use of Flodins Omega-3 pork collar, apple, artichoke, and prunes! Click here for the recipe.
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