Garlic Stuffed Slow Roasted Pork

Every Sunday evening, my Mother in Law made a garlic stuffed slow roasted pork.  It was a family tradition that my husband's family loved.  I had never tried pork roast prior to meeting my husband and this was quite a treat!

With the large, warm, soft chunks of garlic and lovely drippings over the vegetables, Sunday evening soon became my favorite time! 

I hope you enjoy this warming recipe as much as we do....


  • Pork Loin about 3 lbs.
  • Seasoning Blend containing sea salt, coriander, mustard, paprika & chili powder
  • Garlic Cloves
  • Rosemary Powder
  • Ginger Powder


Locate a pork loin with a nice fat cap. Cut into 2-3 pieces. Score fat cap in grid pattern down to meat. Pierce and stuff meat with as many garlic cloves as you prefer.

With fat cap up, place into a glass covered dish that will fit the pork pieces snugly. This will allow the juices to infuse and maintain moisture in the meat.

Sprinkle with the above seasonings, cover and convection bake at 300F for about 3 hours. I use a blend from Trader Joes that has the above ingredients but a no salt seasoning blend will suffice. An orange rind blend might be nice too.

I have always thought recipes for pork that I've generally tried to be a bit too dry for my taste but this is a winner!

This recipe is safe for all stages!


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