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Friday, April 19, 2013

How to Barbecue the Most Tender Pork Roast Ever

Here is how to cook a moist delicious pork roast on the barbecue.

We love to grill. My husband is the man and can make anything taste good on the barby. He was trained by my father. Anywhoo I wanted to share how we make a delicious pork roast on the barbecue and the secret my friends is a brine.

Take a pork loin roast at least two hours before you are going to cook it and soak it in a brine.
I take a couple cups of water and dissolve 1/2 c. of sea salt in it in a saucepan. Then add four more cups a in large bowl. Now you can add what you like. I just add fresh rosemary but you could dissolve brown sugar in your brine, add garlic whatever you think will sound good. Let that roast soak in the brine in the fridge at least two hours longer would be better.

Now when I pull mine out of the brine I take long sprigs of rosemary and pierce the roast in long angles with a nice and then slide the rosemary stem inside before cooking. Season how you like. I use some Mrs. Dash. Don't need to salt it because it was soaking in the brine.

My husband likes to use more indirect heat with large piece of meat like this. He spreads the charcoal around the edges of the grill before he puts the meat on. He says for a roast that is about four pounds, he would grill it about 45 minutes, keeping the lid on at times.

He is an expert carver. If I try to slice the meat it looks very hacked up.


You can see some of the rosemary I stuffed in there. It is so tender you can eat it or pull it out but I love the taste. Rosemary and pork is a wonderful combination.


17 comments:

Barbara Neubeck said...

Hi Elaine ....My Hubby cooks pork necks on the rotisserie in the barbeque.....he bastes it as it cooks...beautiful...
I'll pass your Hubby's recipe on to him, I'm sure he'll give it a try..
Thanks..
Hugs and Blessings..
Barb xxx

Holly said...

That sounds amazing! I've never brined anything before. May have to give this a shot the next time pork roasts go on sale. Thanks for the recipe!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Looks delicious. I need to make a pork roast, I always forget about how wonderful they are. I will definitely try your brine. Hugs, Marty

Tammy ~ Country Girl at Home ~ said...

Makes my mouth water! Looks delicious!

Have a great weekend, Elaine!
Tammy

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

We are definitely going to have to try this...it looks so good.

So does your cat bother the chickens?

Jen

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

This looks yummy - I'm pinning it.

Kris said...

Good morning my friend. That roast does look so delicious! I will have to try it.
I am curious to go visit the Pomona feed store. But today I won't have time. Must make a fast dash to Norco, then back home for my little chicken chat with hubby's friend.
xo Kris

NanaDiana said...

That looks really good, Elaine. I love the use of rosemary with pork. xo Diana

Michelle said...

My husband loves to grill in the summer. We grill almost every weekend. This is one recipe I will be showing him.

Debra @ Homespun said...

oh my does that look good and tender!

deb said...

OK thats on my menu soon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I brine pork chops when I remember but I have never done this and on the grill...cant wait!!!!

Linda said...

Looks great! My hubby is a wonderful barbecuer...is there such a word...He cooks only on wood chips or briquettes...on a 40 year old cast iron grill my Dad gave us...brining pork is wonderful...never tried the rosemary in it...looks great!

Still Woods Farmhouse said...

Looks wonderful! I can almost smell it. I too have never brined meat before. I know several of my friends brine their Thanksgiving turkey. I would feel more confident trying a pork roast. You have given me inspiration! Thanks for posting,
Blessings from Still Woods Farmhouse

Didi Dalaba said...

Oh my goodness, I want to reach in and grab a piece Elaine! Thank you for the brine suggestion and the bbq tip as well!! ♥

Claudia said...

For all those who enjoy meat and the barbecue, I'm sure your post will be making some mouths water! So good of you to share this recipe, Elaine.

Thanks so much for joining in this week.

xo
Claudia

Andrea at Opulent Cottage said...

I am getting so many good ideas from you! We made this last night and it was wonderful. Also I bought that cute watering can you posted from Target to give to my mom for Mother's Day. I'm going to put a faux floral arrangement in it since she lives in a condo and doesn't have a garden to water. I thought it would be so cute on her patio, and she loves those colors. Thanks for the inspiration :)

Kathy Shea Mormino, The Chicken Chick said...

Can't wait to try that recipe....Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop this week; I hope you’ll join us again!


Cheers,
Kathy Shea Mormino

The Chicken Chick

http://www.The-Chicken-Chick.com