This was to be my first ever attempt at roasting some pork. It turned out pretty darn tasty!
What I used: Pork Loin, Balsamic Vinegar, Rosemary, Thyme, Garlic.
What I’ve experienced with pork it is that it tends to be quite difficult to get the right amount of ‘cooked’ as it is extremely prone to overcooking and tasting a bit dry. So it has to be done with care and needs to be checked on and turned regularly.
1. take a good pork loin
2. the balsamic vinegar used
3. prepare the pork with chopped garlic rosemary a crushed up bay leaf and a splash of balsamic vinegar
4. chop some of the pork off and boil the crap out of it
5. chop some carrots onion and celery
6. now the pork has had the crap boiled out of it
7. put the chopped up vegetables in a baking tray and pour the water from the boiled pork onto it
8. place the pork directly on the oven shelf with the tray of vegetables underneath so it can catch the juice from the pork whilst cooking
9. once cooked pour the vegetables back into the pot and theres the soup which can also be used as the gravy base
10. and there you go it is done not too well done not too undercooked
11. then it is served
12 missing the gravy though
The other thing to note is that the tray of vegetables needs to be filled up with extra water regularly, or it dries up. I guess in future I could try making a large amount of pork stock and adding that in, instead of fresh water, to make it extra flavourful.