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To stuff or not to stuff crown pork roast

Crown pork roast

asked by pedant about 6 years ago

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jmburns
added about 6 years ago

I usually stuff mostly for presentation purposes. Do another pan with stuffing on the side. You can do unstuffed then upon presentation spoon stuffing from the pan into the center

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pedant
added about 6 years ago

Thanks. I wasnt sure. Can you share any good recipes

bigpan
added about 6 years ago

I too cook unstuffed so the pork will crisp on the outside and inside. Also, it cooks faster. The stuffing can be made a day ahead, reheat by steaming, and put in the middle at the last couple minutes under the broiler so the top crisps. Put the balance of stuffing in a serving dish - and crisp it too under the broiler so it looks delicious.

Also, it's nice to "French" the bone ends, cover with a piece of foil when you see the desired look (so they done burn).

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