Sunday Pork Roast

Today on The Stay At Home Chef I'm showing you how to make Sunday Pork Roast

It doesn't have to be Sunday to enjoy this classic meal. It's kind of

like pot roast but with pork and let me tell you this is super flavorful, super

delicious, and also pretty easy too. We're going to start by making a seasoning rub

for our pork. You'll need 2 teaspoons of salt, 2 teaspoons of black pepper,

1 teaspoon of onion powde,r 1 teaspoon of garlic powder, 1 teaspoon of paprika

then we'll give this a stir and we'll set this aside and grab our pork roast.

Today we're using a butt or shoulder roast. I designed this recipe for this particular

kind of roast because it requires a long cooking time and it's also a lot cheaper

You want somewhere in the 3 to 5 pound range and it can be bone-in or boneless

and I'm going to set this into a large pot but you could also use a roasting pan.

Shoot you could even use a 9 by 13 pan. It doesn't really matter. We're gonna

drizzle on a couple tablespoons of vegetable oil and you'll want to rub the

outside of the roast with this oil before you put on the seasoning.

Then we're gonna start sprinkling our seasoning to cover and coat the outside

of the entire roast. So you'll need to be sure and flip it so you can coat the

entire outside. The seasoning is so good you want it everywhere! Now you might

have noticed that mine is tied with kitchen string. It doesn't have to but it

does help the roast stay together a little bit better. Then we're gonna place

this whichever side has the fattiest side facing up. Then we're gonna roast

this in a 450 degree oven for 30 minutes this blast of super high heat will give

us a nice crackling crust and render our fat but after 30 to 45 minutes you'll

want to turn the temperature down to 350 degrees let the roast continue to cook

in the 350 degree oven for about 1 hour. In the meantime you'll want to prep your

vegetables. You'll want to cut two white onions into large chunks so I just slice

it in half, slice each half again, and and third it so you have these nice

little wedges. You'll also need 1 pound of baby carrots or you can slice up your

own carrots and one 1 to 1 1/2 pounds of baby red potatoes. You want

them to be smaller than a golf ball. If you can only find bigger red potatoes

you'll need to cut them up so they're about this size. You'll also need

2 cups of apple juice and one sprig of fresh rosemary which will add a nice

aromatic to your pork roast. The roast has been in the oven for a grand total

of about an hour and a half at this point. We're gonna remove it from the

oven and we'll set this down for a second while we add in our vegetables

You basically want to surround the roast with the vegetables so I add in the

potatoes first so they can be cooking on bottom, then it doesn't really matter but

We can add in the onions and carrots and then we'll pour 2 cups of apple juice

over our vegetables and then place that sprig of rosemary right on top.

Then we're gonna return this to the 350 degree oven for about another 60 to 90

minutes until the vegetables are tender and the pork shreds easily with a fork

and then you are ready to eat!

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