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« on: December 15, 2016, 08:40:23 AM »

Well guys this is a great one -But takes time-and everyone will love it

OK--for whole loin
What you will need-
1-approx. 10 pound pork loin
Onions--Vidalia if you gots it  hahaha
McCormick  applewood rub--
Mushrooms--I use the baby porta bella meatier
“BIRDS EYE” spinach  CHOPPED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
PHILLY cream cheese ( if the phillies Sxxk!!! This year buy a different brand hehe 2-3 packs for whole loin

Wash loin pad dry--salt (kosher) and pepper the inside only!!  that’s after you slice it--I do not slice all the way through--so butterfly???--and that is length wise
Thaw and drain really well the spinach
Chop the celery and onions to the size you like
Slice the mushrooms from crown to stem--call me on that one--no need to clean the filters!!!-they will cook out and the pan you sauté in will be the pan you braise the pork in/

Let cream cheese soften--good

Sauté   the celery and onions in a large skillet  big enough to braise the loin in oil and butter
Half way through add the mushrooms and finish as to your desired doneness--don’t let get too soft/while cooking these add some dried Italian seasoning and oregano.--Drain well

Chop the dill fine from top to bottom-try not to use the thicker stems.

Mix ¾ of it in the cream cheese then add the rooms onion and celery. And spinach. Add I few pinches of the apple wood rub to this also.-Rub some into the inside of loin too

Now stuff the loin and tie up good with butchers twine.

Rub the out side of the whole loin both sides with some oil  then salt and pepper and rub with apple wood rub the top with rest of dill

Sear on high heat with butter in pan till browned--about 90 seconds--(high Heat)

Put on rack in roasting pan and cook for 20---40 mins. Or 145-165 degrees inside

You could also add green peppers to the onions and stuff.

Let stand about 6 mins. Remove twine and slice


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« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2016, 11:36:43 AM »

what ocean do you catch pork loins?

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« Reply #2 on: December 19, 2016, 03:25:03 AM »

what ocean do you catch pork loins?

The Atlantic or Pacific Al  thumbsup2
You could also stuff your pork chops (porgies)with this stuffing  Grin

There used to be one on 35 or 36 right near you 

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« Reply #3 on: December 15, 2017, 07:38:58 AM »

This is very mouthwatering!  Grin
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