Bone-in Pork Loin, Bulk Wholesale Case (2 bags per box, priced per pound)
About this item
- Prepare fresh pork loin whole or cut into smaller pieces
- Fairly lean and full of flavor
- Tender after slow-cooking
- Can be grilled, roasted in the oven or slow-cooked in the crockpot
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Case Sale: Bone-in Pork Loin (2 bags per box, priced per pound) provides whole bone-in pork loin that is simple to prepare and full of flavor. The fresh pork loin becomes tender and mouthwatering when slow-cooked in a crockpot, on the grill or in the oven. This healthy pork can be enjoyed at family cook-outs, elegant dinner parties, pot luck gatherings and more.
Is Pork Loin Healthy?
Yes, this bone-in pork loin is a delicious cut of fresh pork with a small amount of fat along the top. This is a lean and healthy protein option.
Does the Case Come With Whole Bone-in Pork Loin?
Yes, the case includes two bags of bone-in pork loin slabs. Each slab is a whole bone-in pork loin to make for easy preparation and ensure maximum flavor.
How Should I Prepare Fresh Pork Loin?
Raw pork loin can get an enhanced flavor with a dry rub or wet marinade before cooking. Remember to use fresh ingredients for wet marinades and be modest with the salt for dry rubs. The thin layer of fat on the whole bone-in pork loin will add delicious flavor and moisture.
What Seasonings Go Well With Bone-in Pork Loin?
The Italians have a saying "Chi usa aglio non fa mai sbaglio," which means "He who uses garlic never makes a mistake." This is especially true when it comes to preparing pork loin. Fresh garlic is great with a wet marinade while garlic powder goes well when mixed with oregano, cumin, coriander, thyme and a dash of salt for a dry rub.
How Much Does this Case of Bone-in Pork Loin Cost?
This product is priced per pound, therefore the final cost depends on the total weight of the raw pork loin.