Arista di maiale . Florentine Boneless roast pok

1
mary hendricks

By
@mahend65

my oldest daughters favorite dish.. FULL of flavor! My kosher friends have broken that rule for this

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Serves:
4-6
Prep:
15 Min
Cook:
2 Hr 15 Min
Method:
Bake

Ingredients

How to Make Arista di maiale . Florentine Boneless roast pok

Step-by-Step

  1. Mix spices
  2. poke holes into the roast all the way around about 1 1/2 inches apart and shove spice down into holes
  3. rub entire roast with olive oil and then rub the remainder of spices mix on to roast.
  4. place in pan and place in 450 degree oven for 10 minutes..
    Lower oven to 250 degrees and cook @ 2 hours...or when the timmer pops out if your lucky to find one with..
  5. remove from oven cover with aluminum foil and let stand for 15 minutes..slice and serve.. great with long grain and wild rice.

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About Arista di maiale . Florentine Boneless roast pok

Course/Dish: Pork Roasts
Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: Italian



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