Move over, turkey. This may well be the new “it” roast for the holidays, especially if you’re cooking for a crowd. The center of this grand roast is filled with a hearty bread and fruit stuffing that absorbs great flavor from the pork. While the pork rests after roasting, more stuffing is baked separately so everyone at the table gets plenty.
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Make Ahead Tips
You can toast the bread up to 1 day ahead. Store at room temperature.
This is as tasty as it is impressive. The stuffing was amazing. I wasn't sure about the sweet fruit but the celery and shallots offset it really well.
wonderful dish. definitely worth making. 1 recommendation is to check pork 30 minutes prior finishing. We happened to check the meat with a meat thermometer ...thank goodness we did because it cooked quickly.Loved it! The fruit is great with the pork. And the brandy cream sauce finished it perfectly.
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