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Old 05-20-2017, 09:40 PM   #1
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Default Savory Stuffed Pork Loin

Pulled that other half of pork loin out of the freezer and let it defrost.
Scratched my head thinking of what to do with it... Stuff that sucker!
But with what, sweet or savory, "Hey Mom, I'm cooking tonight, sweet or savory?" "Savory!" she replied.
Check the fridge for likely ingredients and hit on a winning combo.

Cherry Smoked, Savory Stuffed Pork Loin

Slathered with a coating of Dijon Mustard
Stuffed with a delicious, savory blend of Sweet Onion, Red/Yellow Bell Peppers, Sun Dried Tomato, fresh Garden Herbs, Feta Cheese and some Garlic
Rubbed with mix of dried herbs and garlic powder


Recipe

Trim fat off loin
Butterfly like a jelly roll and pound flat
Salt well
Coat with Dijon mustard

Mince all veggies and herbs
Sautee Onion, Bell Pepper, Sun Dried Tomato and garlic, let cool
Add 1 egg white, 3/4 C bread crumbs, the minced herbs and the Feta Cheese
Combine well
Spread evenly over loin
Roll loin up tightly and truss well
Season outside of loin

Smoke over Cherry at 300'-325' to an average IT of 150'











Ready for the Smoker



Finished Product



Beautiful Jellyroll Slices







Money Shot
plated with cheesy mashed and caramelized onions


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Old 05-20-2017, 10:47 PM   #2
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Damn! Nicely done.
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WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! How special is that!!! And the pics need to be in a coffee table Cook Book!!!!!!!
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looks good.
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looks amazing. i spent the day replacing the pick up in my boats gas tank. nothing but my butt sticking out of the console door for the morning. too pooped to cook. eating left over carne guisada.
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Damn! Nicely done.
Thanks Flappin.

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looks good.
Thanks man.
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looks amazing. i spent the day replacing the pick up in my boats gas tank. nothing but my butt sticking out of the console door for the morning. too pooped to cook. eating left over carne guisada.
Thanks.
Hope ya got it fixed.
Nothing wrong with left over carne guisada if it's good to begin with.
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Gotta love herbs fresh from the garden.
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Gotta love herbs fresh from the garden.
Yes'sir.
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Dude ! One word of awestruck flattery seems to cover it.
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Dude ! One word of awestruck flattery seems to cover it.

Your comments on the coffee/steak thread were funny, but please don't throw out the stuffed loin . . . . unless you call me first !

Excellent.
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