Pork loin roast on a plate with a fork and knife
The Best Method For Cooking Pork Loin Roast For Ideal Flavor
The best method for cooking pork loin roast is a combo browning and slow-cooking technique. This creates a crisp, well-seasoned outer crust and a tender, light pink center.
Brown the outside of your roast by quickly searing it in a pan on high heat until it’s firm and brown, but not cooked all the way through, which should take a few minutes per side.
Once browned, transfer the pork to a Crock Pot or a heat-safe pot in the oven to cook it over low heat for a longer period of time. This way, the center won’t get overcooked.
When it's done, the pork should have a faint trace of visible pink left in the center, with an internal temperature of at least 145 degrees Fahrenheit.
Remove the pork loin roast from the pan and allow it to rest for about 10 minutes, allowing for carryover cooking to finish the job, before serving it.