Servings: 6 to 8
Cider in a brine for pork loin imparts nuance and sweetness. Here, the cider does double duty, also starring in a pan sauce that gets drizzled on the finished dish.
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I read some of the reviews before starting so I held back on adding the apple/potato/onions and roasted the pork for 20min before adding. Reviewers are correct, the apples turned to mush but... I omitted making the pan sauce and treated the mushy apples like apple sauce the as the flavor was fantastic. That apple potato mixture was well worth it. Will make this again. Oh ya and the pork turned out good too.
This recipe was disappointing. The photo in FC was beautiful. The finished product was mushy and unattractive. The cooking time for the applies and onions was way too long, and as others have said, the applies turned mushy and the onions too crispy. The pork was tasty, but not enough to make me want to make this again.
This was delish! Yes the apples turned to mush but the flavour coated the potatoes and the carrots I added. The pork was yummy. Will def make this again.
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