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LC`s Pork Roulade
Description:Pork Roulade (Roll) with Sun Dried Tomato, Spinach, Pine Nuts and Mozzarella

Pork Loin, boneless, sirloin cut (2 lbs for 4-5 people)
Fresh Spinach, 1 bag, roughly cut
Sun Dried Tomatoes in olive oil, 3 oz, cut into thin strips
Pine Nuts, 1/2 cup
Onion, 1/3 cup chopped
Garlic, 2 cloves, minced
White wine (any kind you will actually drink), approx 1/2 cup
Mozzarella cheese, shredded, approx 1 cup
Italian bread crumbs, approx 4T (just enough to dry it up)
Salt, to taste
Pepper, to taste
Nutmeg, a pinch in the filling


Green egg to 375, indirect heat, no smoke used here. Smoke is optional if you want it, but use something mild!

Sautee onion in EVOO until translucent.

Add garlic, sun dried tomatoes, and white wine.

Reduce liquid until pan in almost dry

Add spinach and pine nuts.

Sautee until spinach is barely wilted.

Dust with bread crumbs so filling is moist, yet `dry-ish`

Set filling aside.

Cut pork loin as if you are unrolling a cinnamon roll. Try to get all layers at 1/2 inch thick. You should be able to get 3 full rounds from the loin. Once the loin is `unrolled`...

Cover pork slab with plastic wrap, and pound it with a meat mallet to make the thickness uniform.

Season pork `slab` with salt and pepper

Evenly coat pork `slab` with filling, leaving 2 inches on one side clean, which will be your outside edge when rolled.

Sprinkle shredded mozzarella over filling

Roll up tight like a cinnamon roll

Tie roast with butchers twine every inch

If roast is super lean, rub with olive oil

Season with salt & Pepper

Roast on egg at 375, indirect, until internal temp reaches 155, (approx 55-60 min)

Remove from egg, REST, with foil cover 10 minutes

Slice into 3/4 to 1\" slices, serve, ENJOY!

Notes:(Please see Tims post, `Little Chef is in the house` for pics of rolling and tying) Any and all feedback to results are welcomed! Hope you enjoy!!
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Date:Wed 03 Dec 2008 03:32:47 UTCViewed:6509 times
Author:Little Chef - MichelleEmail:
Rating:4,84 (25 votes)

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Bubba TimComment added on: Wed 03 Dec 2008 10:14:48 UTC
Eat your heart out Pete. It was to die for!
eparkhill@homemedproComment added on: Wed 03 Dec 2008 13:02:46 UTC
Bubba TimComment added on: Thu 04 Dec 2008 23:42:45 UTC
correction: 1/2 to 1/3 cup of onions and 2 cloves of garlic
BrocComment added on: Tue 09 Dec 2008 19:34:38 UTC
Yep! Pork rouladed can be scrumpdillicious! Only suggestion for improvement -- sear direct on all sides first, then drop Egg to 375F...

Sear == brown == taste


~ B
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