Cranberry Apple Pork Loin

Cranberry Apple Pork Loin Recipe

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Jennifer Briney


We bought a cranberry pork loin from our local Sam's Club, it was good but it was missing something. So I made up my own recipe and it was so much better (and quite a bit cheaper).

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10 Min
30 Min


3/4 c
hot water
1/2 c
dried craisins
1 c
apple sauce with cinnamon
splash of balsamic vinegar
1-2 lb
boneless pork loin or boneless pork chops
roasted garlic and herb seasoning to taste


1Add craisins to hot water and let re-hydrate at least 10 minutes.
2Sprinkle pork with garlic and herb seasoning and let marinate while craisins soak.
3When craisins are soft drain excess water and put in blender with apple sauce and vinegar. Puree' till smooth.
4Add craisin mixture to pork and let marinate at least one hour. If marinating overnight (which is best) place in refrigerator.
5When ready to cook allow pork to come to room temperature. Heat skillet or saute' pan (with lid) to searing. Add pork and brown on one side.
6Flip over and pour remaining marinade over pork. Add lid and lower temp to medium. Cook covered till pork reaches internal temp of 160 degrees (as read on meat thermometer)
7Let rest 10 minutes so juices re-destribute into meat. Slice and serve.

About Cranberry Apple Pork Loin

Course/Dish: Pork