Brown Sugar Glazed Rotisserie Pork Recipe
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Brown Sugar Glazed Rotisserie Pork Recipe

Brown Sugar Glazed Rotisserie Pork RecipeBrown Sugar Glazed Rotisserie Pork

INGREDIENTS

  • Pork Loin (we had two 1 pound pieces)
  • 1 Medium Vidalia Onion
  • Brown Sugar
  • Worcestershire sauce
  • Avocado oil
  • Olive Oil
  • Salt and Pepper to taste

Brown Sugar Glazed Rotisserie Pork RecipeBrown Sugar Glazed Rotisserie Pork RecipeBrown Sugar Glazed Rotisserie Pork RecipeBrown Sugar Glazed Rotisserie Pork RecipeDIRECTIONS

  1. Caramelize 1 medium onion in about ½ to 2/3 cup brown sugar and about 3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce. Cook down until you can smell the sweetness take over and the onions are fully cooked.
  2. Pour the onions in the thick reduction over your pork loin (we had two pieces, a few pounds total).  Spread the mixture over the pork and then pour about ½ cup of avocado oil and 3 – 4 tablespoons of olive oil over the pork.  Add pepper and salt to your preference and cover. Place in the fridge for two full days (make sure the date on the meat supports that timeframe for the marinade).
  3. We used the rotisserie attachment for our grill, not easy to clean, but totally worth it!  I started with high heat for about 5 minutes (around 500 degrees) and then lowered down to about 300 for the remainder of the time. About half way through you can brush on a bit more of the left over marinade.  If you have a decent amount of the marinade left you can pour it into a pan and reduce it down to make a fantastic finishing sauce.
  4. Check the temperature with a meat thermometer to make sure it is fully cooked, there are different recommendations depending on how well done you would like it to be.  It took about 15 minutes total to cook.
  5. We then let it rest for about 15 minutes before slicing.

Brown Sugar Glazed Rotisserie Pork Recipe

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  1. Brown sugar is such a versatile staple for the kitchen. I LOVE making marinates for meat with it. This looks amazing and like the perfect dinner for our family.

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