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Stuffed Pork Loin Going For A Spin

Winterrider

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Had a 3# piece of pork loin that I wanted to give a ride. Cut the loin about 3/4" around and around and flatten out. Seasoned , covered with cream cheese, and diced up onions and mushrooms. Rolled up, and tied tight enough for rotisserie in 360. Another coat of seasoning , wrapped and in fridge overnight.
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Attached spit and a bit more seasoning.
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Made up a glaze similar to Bears, only I drank the Crown instead of adding.
After 1/2 hr, gave it a coating. ( sure likes to smoke with the drippings)
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Made up a batch of maple /balsamic roasted potatoes and brussel sprouts
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Checked temp after 1 hr, already 151° (quicker and higherthan anticipated), so pulled and wrapped.
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When potatoes finished up, time to carve. Still seemed to be juicy, not dry.
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And plated. . .
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gmc2003

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Looks real good from here Winter. Nicely done.

Point for sure
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sandyut

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WOW! looks wonderful! nice cook for sure!
 

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Yup nice job . Those 360's make great proteins . What temp did you cook at ?
Nice color on that , looks great .
 

jcam222

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Looks really good Winter. Those 360s sure turn out some pretty food.
 

Winterrider

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Yup nice job . Those 360's make great proteins . What temp did you cook at ?
Nice color on that , looks great .
Did it at 370°. Beings it was only about 3/4" thick as rolled it did get done a lot quicker. I was figuring a couple hrs.
 

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Looks Awesome, Rider!!
Nice Job!!
Like.
Gotta tell you, in case you always covered your baking pan with foil. Mrs Bear says it's not needed---It's Non-Stick & washes real easy.

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Gotta tell you, in case you always covered your baking pan with foil. Mrs Bear says it's not needed---It's Non-Stick & washes real easy.

Bear
I foiled the wire rack to catch some of the drippings so didn't hit heating elements. Had slits cut in foil to allow heat through. Some still dripped through down to the "drip pan" on bottom. I am thinking it is the sugars in the basting, but it is permanently stained now. Tried baking soda, and barkeepers friend with a sponge after soap and water. No luck. Should foil bottom drip pan I guess.
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