One-Pan Brown Sugar Garlic Pork Loin with Vegetables

I love dinners that use just one sheet
pan to roast everything in the oven.

 The roasting juices from the pork
enhance the flavor of the vegetables.

 This was part of a large loin roast I
bought at Sam’s Club. I just cut it into
the size we need for the 2 of us and still
have some left over for sandwiches
the next day. I usually cut the larger piece
into thirds and freeze the other 2.

Pork loin is such a versatile roast. I have several
go-to recipes. This combo of seasonings gives
great flavor and adds a completely new twist on
the more traditional pork roast. 

Brown Sugar Garlic Pork Loin 

       with Vegetables

2 lb pork loin

4 garlic cloves, minced

4 T brown sugar

1 T soy sauce

1 T oil
salt and pepper

1. Combine the ingredients and rub all over
the pork, salt and pepper to taste.
Place on a foil-lined baking sheet.
Roast in a 375º for 25 minutes.
2. During this time prepare the vegetables.
After the pork has been in the oven for the
25 minutes, add the vegetables to the
 pan along each each side of the pork.
 3. Continue to roast everything for another
 15 minutes. Total of 40 minutes for the pork.

4.  Now remove the pork roast from the oven, 

leaving the vegetables in the pan giving them
 a toss. Place the pork on a platter allowing it to 

 rest for 5-10 minutes before slicing.
Total of 25 minutes for the vegetables.

5. When you are ready to serve; slice the pork,
pour over any juices from the platter.
Remove the vegetables from the oven and
place alongside the pork.

Prepared Vegetables

2 lbs carrots, peeled and sliced
(or broccoli)

2 lbs potatoes, peeled or scrubbed
 and cut into chunks

¼ C oil

salt and pepper to taste

Mix together in a large bowl

serves 4


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