• 3.5 lb of fresh loin pork (with or without its cortex and bones)
  • Salt and pepper
  • 1 tsp of oil
  • 6-8 roast apples
  • 2 oz of sugar
  • 2 oz of butter
  • 15 ml of flour
  • 250 ml of meet or vegetables broth

I was left with more desire of pork and to the How to marinate pork ribs recipe now I add this recipe where they teach how to cook a pork roast in the oven with apples. This is an excellent dish for a dinner party and it turns to be easy to carve. We must ask the butcher to separate the bones to facilitate our carving. Pork loin can be prepared without cortex or with her.

See how to cook a pork roast in the oven with apples:
1. Preheat the oven to 356ºF.

2. If you roast the pork with cortex you must grooved skin deep and in narrow ranges.

3. Calculate 40 minutes of cooking per ½ kg of pork.

4. Clean the meat and rub the surface with salt, pepper and oil.

5. Put the meat in a baking dish, roast in the center of the oven for 2 hours and 40 minutes.

6. While the meat is in the oven you must clean the apples, remove the core and with a sharp knife make a slit down the middle, all around, cutting only the skin, so that they cook evenly.

7. Put the apples next to each other in a pan. Place a tbs of sugar and the same amount of butter in each apple. Add a little water around the apples.

8. An hour before removing the meat, you have to put the apples pan under the broiler meat.

9. When the meat is done, put it in a heated pan. Drain the apples and arrange them around the roast meat.

10. Pour the fat that the meat released in a bowl.

11. Add the flour and stir until the fat link.

12. Put the pan in low heat and cook the mixture for 2-3 minutes, stirring constantly.

13. Remove the mix from heat and add the broth stirring constantly. Return to heat and continue cooking until the sauce thick. Check and serve.

Alright, we finish to cook a pork roast in the oven with apples, now its time to eat and delight.

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