How To: Ginger Pork Roast
You may find this ridiculous but I was terrible at cooking any form of meat. Steaks, roast, brisket, ribs, even burgers. You name it - I could not cook it. It took a willingness to experiment to figure out how to make my own dinner - with any proficiency. That is the trick with anything in life - you need to take chances.
Lucky for you, I am willing to give you some guidance.
Here is a recipe for roasted pork with ginger. Oh, by the way, plum honey also works with this. Why? - because plum is a stone fruit - and stone fruits tend to pair with pork. Try this on for size:
Ginger Roast Pork
1 - 3 lb. pork loin
1 tsp. Kitchen Bouquet
1 tsp. Dragon Fruit Ginger honey (alternatively Lemon Ginger honey)
1 tsp. honey
2 tsp. ginger
1 lg. onion, sliced
Place pork loin in a pan - preferrably shallow - fat side up. Bland Kitchen Bouquet, salt, and ginger. Brush on pork. Bake at 350 degrees for 60 minutes. Place onion slices over top. Bake for about 50 minutes longer (or until you feel the meat has achieved your desired level ot searing.
Once you have removed the roast, apply either honey to the center of the loin and brush on. The heat will melt any crystallization. Alternatively, you can try a plum flavored honey as mentioned earlier, if ginger is not your thing. Serve with a side of cut red skin potatos and asparagus spears.