Start With Pork Roast

Honey Mustard Pork Roast
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Pork roasts are a delicious and tender cut of pork that are easy to cook and inexpensive. The tender and mild meat combines so well with so many different flavors. So start with a pork roast and end with a delicious recipe perfect for family dinner or entertaining.

Cook pork to an internal temperature of 145 degrees F. Pork doesn't need to be cooked well-done; a slight pink in the center is desirable, since the meat will remain moist and be meltingly tender.

When buying a pork roast, look for a firm roast that is evenly marbled. Some roasts are whole, cut from the loin, and others are rolled and tied. Any type will work in these recipes as long as it is boneless.

Enjoy these easy pork roast recipes.

Pork Roast Recipes

  • Regina's Pork Roast
    This simple recipe has wonderful flavor from thyme, marjoram, and garlic.
  • Caribbean Crockpot Pork
    Brown sugar, curry powder, and cumin add great interest to this simple recipe.
  • Crockpot Honey BBQ Pork
    A one dish meal that cooks in your crockpot is one of the best time-savers around.
  • Orange Roast Pork
    Frozen orange juice concentrate is the secret ingredient in this delicious recipe.
  • Crockpot Pork and Cabbage
    Red cabbage is always delicious with pork, but this simple five ingredient recipe is exceptionally good.
  • Slow Cooker Pork and Potatoes
    Potatoes and red bell peppers add color and flavor to this simple recipe.
  • Pork Roast with Cranberries
    Dried cranberries and cranberry juice cocktail give this easy recipe a double dose of flavor.
  • Crockpot Apricot Pork Roast with Stuffing
    Stuffing with pork is a great idea. This delicious recipe is flavored with dried apricots and cranberries.
  • Pork Roast Crockpot Dinner
    Anytime you can serve one meal out of a crockpot you are a winner. This delicious recipe is very easy to make.
  • Mexican Crockpot Pork
    THis simple three ingredient recipe is packed full of flavor. I make it often in the fall and winter and serve it over hot cooked brown rice.