In the Easter spirit, and courtesy of Ronco.com, enjoy this phenomenal, simple pork roast, whether for Easter or any time! This recipe is so simple that you’re sure to have a major, meaty hit on your hands, and some tasty leftovers in your fridge (well, assuming there are any).
I ran the nutritional data for you so you know how to incorporate this recipe into your meal planning. Enjoy!
Pork Roast for Company
1 four-pound pork butt
6 Tbsp store-bought pork rub
6 whole garlic cloves
Conventional Oven Directions
Preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.
Press garlic and mix with pork rub. Rub on pork. Once the pork is tied, place it (fat-side down) on a baking sheet lined with heavy duty foil. Cover the pork with a second sheet of foil. Bake it for 20-25 minutes a pound depending on how well done you want your meat. Remove the second sheet of foil for the last 20 minutes of cooking. The internal temperature of pork should be between 160-170 degrees. Once it is cooked, let the pork rest. Slice and serve.
Yields: 8, 8 ounce servings
Per serving: 432 Cals.; 1 g Carbs.; 0 g Fiber; 1 g Net Carbs. ; 40 g Protein; 24 g Fat