Great recipe. so simple, yet so delicious! we love the coriander seeds!
Easy, delicious, and impressive. Again I used ground up Triscuits for bread crumbs. We make this frequently and serve it with baked sweet potatoes and sauteed spinach. Delicious!
This is an excellent and easy company recipe. Make ahead and put in refrigerator like the recipe says. I served it with mashed potatoes and parmesan roasted asparagus. Next time I will serve with mashed sweet potatoes, the plain mashed potatoes were a little too bland.
I made this for dinner tonight and I thought it was just wonderful. I wouldn't change a thing. Thank you for posting!
I served this for guests and it worked out really well. In the future I might use the same technique, but eliminate the spices, using more typical ones like garlic and parsley. I love mustard, corriander, and cumin, but they seemed a tad overbearing with the lightly flavored pork. With such a traditional preparation, I might prefer more traditional flavors. But the technique was great--the loin was tender and juicy.
Great, easy, tasty!
This was fab the first time and I am about to make it again today for a family birthday dinner.
This was fast to make and very tasty! I served it with a Risotto Milanese but that was too mild--it can handle a stronger flavoured side.
Absolutely wonderful recipe. The pork is as it should be - tender - and flavorsome. I took the recipe one step further by dry-roasting all the seeds, and grinding them in a mortar and pestle, and then adding them to the fresh breadcrumbs. Definitely a family favorite.