Fresh All-Natural Whole Boneless Pork Loin (priced per pound)
Why We Love This
Juicy and moist, whole boneless pork loin can be prepared into boneless chops, roasts or ribs.
About this item
- Lean and tender pork loin meat
- Good for roasting, grilling or cooking in a skillet
- Can be processed into boneless pork ribs or chops
- Nothing to trim—no waste
Our Fresh All-Natural Whole Boneless Pork Loin is a cut of lean meat that comes from a pig's upper back, from the leg joint to the shoulder. It's a perfect cut of meat for a roast with seasonings and vegetables.
How Do I Prepare Fresh All-Natural Whole Boneless Pork Loin?
One surefire way for a delicious meal is to brine or season the pork loin before cooking to preserve its juices and keep it tender. The brine should be a mixture of one tablespoon of salt per cup of liquid, with vinegar, sugar or other flavorings. Place the meat together with the brine in a sealable bag, making sure there is enough brine to cover the whole loin, and chill it for a couple of hours to a maximum of 24 hours.
How Do I Avoid Dry Meat and Ensure It's Evenly Cooked?
To avoid overcooking boneless pork loin, be sure to check the internal temperature with a food thermometer. The thermometer should be inserted into the thickest portion of the roast and should read 145°F when done. If grilling the pork loin, be sure to turn it occasionally. This will ensure the most consistently cooked-through moist and juicy boneless pork loin.
What Are Some Good Pork Loin Recipes?
The best pork loin recipes will brine or marinate the meat first. Don't have time for that? Here is one of our favorites that requires no prep.
Honey-Glazed Pork Loin
Preheat your oven to 400°F. Mix together some honey, vinegar, Dijon mustard and cayenne pepper into a thick sauce. Dry off the pork loin with paper towels and apply some salt and pepper. Heat some butter and oil in a large, skillet on medium-high heat. Next, add the pork and cook until it is browned on all sides. Place the pork in the oven to roast until the thermometer reads 140°F. Pour the honey mixture into the skillet and stir over medium-high heat. Add the pork back to the skillet when the sauce begins to sizzle. Tilt the skillet and spoon the sauce over the pork repeatedly until it forms a glaze. Transfer the pork to a serving platter, pour the rest of the glaze on top, and let it rest for five minutes until the thermometer reads 145°F to 150°F. Cut the roast across in slices and serve it warm.