White or red wine would go well with this
This marinade would work well with chicken too. The sage and mustard pair perfectly with the marmalade.
Roast Pork with Orange Marmalade
- 5-6 lb pork roast
- 4 tbsp good orange marmalade
- 3 tbsp Dijon mustard
- 3 tbsp fresh sage chopped
- 1 tsp cayenne powder
- Salt/white pepper
Rub pork with salt and pepper. Mix remaining ingredients and rub over pork. Wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate at least six hours and up to a day. Roast at 360 degrees until done, about an hour and a half.
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Aww shucks, I got a new marinade for chicken. But I can see how this flavor works perfectly with pork as well. Can’t wait to try this our Rufus.. Love it. And tell you wife I said hello 🙂
Now this looks good! What kind of wine did you have with it?
Opus One. Um, OK actually a $6 Chianti. It would’ve worked nice with a riesling too.
You have a great blog Rufus. Thanks for stopping by mine.
I am looking forward to sharing some great recipes with you.
This looks so yummy! Next time I buy pork roast, I’ll give it a try!
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This looks scrumptious. The way a simple hint of sweetness can bring out the absolute best qualities of pork is nothing short of divine!
I love this sweet and sour version of roasted pork. Orange marmalade is a favourite to my heart and this recipe sounds great!
Sounds good! It’s funny that we both posted roasted pork with marmalade recipes on Saturday. The mustard would be a good complement to the sweetness of the marmalade.
I noticed that too! Great minds…
Delicious looking recipe!
dijon mustard is my new fave ingredient these days. and this pork roast looks delish. bookmarked!
This looks drooling good! Thank you for the great recipe!
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Gosh! Wow! Hurray! This is the most beautiful pork roast I’ve ever seen! Love the nice thick slices running with juice. I want one!
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