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Beer Braised Pork Roast.

Pork roast with a spicy coating, and then slowly braised in Guiness.
The coating tends to lock in the pork flavours while adding a nice spicy kick while the slow cooking/steaming keeps the meat tender and juicy.

Category: 
Main Course
Main Ingredient: 
Pork
Serving Size: 
2 - 4
Ingedients: 

3 Lb. Center cut Pork Loin Roast.
1 341 ml bottle Guiness beer.

In a small bowl mix the following.
2 tblspn Olive oil.
1 tblspn hot Mustard powder.
1 tblspn onion powder.
1 tblspn garlic powder.
2 tspn black pepper.
1 tspn salt.
1 tspn oregano.
1 tspn dill weed.
1 tspn thyme

Instructions: 

Add enough Guiness to make a thick paste while saving the rest of the beer.
Brush the paste all over the roast, making a thick covering.

Coarsely slice 2 onions into the bottom of an 8" by 10" roasting pan to keep the meat off the bottom.
Add the remaining beer and cover tightly.
(You can add any desired vegetables as well).
Bake in 350 degree oven for apx. 3 hours.
After removing roast,boil pan juices and thicken with cornstarch mixed with more beer to make a spicy gravy.


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