Apple Glazed Roasted Pork Loin is perfectly sweet and savory. Seasoned pork loin is roasted and then drizzled with the most amazing, delicious glaze—impress your guests or treat yourself!
Whether you’re looking for something new to make for Sunday dinner, or you need an easy and impressive dish to serve up for company, this recipe is super simple and perfectly delicious. The roast comes out juicy and flavorful with just the right balance between sweet and savory.
Cooking with pork isn’t too tricky, but the secret is in the meat thermometer. If you overcook it, which is easy to do, it will be dry. As long as you follow these instructions and get the internal temperature right, your roast will cook to perfection and the glaze will throw it right over the top! For a little added moisture and flavor, you can even cut up some apples and onions to place in your roasting pan.
- Can this be made in a slow-cooker? Yes. It is still recommended to sear the pork loin and season it the same. Place in slow-cooker and cook on low for about 4 hours or until the internal temperature of the roast reaches 145 degrees Fahrenheit. Remove from the slow-cooker and let rest on a plate for 3-5 minutes, while you prepare the glaze.
- What is best to serve with pork loin? Like any roast, this one goes great with most traditional side dishes. We like it with salad and potatoes, either roasted or mashed. Cooked veggies like green beans and asparagus also go great, and don’t forget the rolls—they’re an easy win!
- What if I don’t have a meat thermometer? A meat thermometer is a wonderful device to add to your kitchen tool set. We recommend buying one. If you don’t have one handy, be sure to follow the bake time and not go over, which could result in a dry roast.
If you like this tasty pork roast, you may also like these other delicious roasted meat dinners:
- Classic Sunday Pot Roast
- Garlic Brown Butter Roasted Beef Tenderloin
- Apple Stuffed Pork Chops
- Perfectly Juicy Grilled Pork Tenderloin
- Garlic Butter Herb Prime Rib
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