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Thread: St Louis BBQ Pork Loin
05-06-2013, 07:21 PM #1
St Louis BBQ Pork Loin
This was tonight's supper. I slow cooked this on my charcoal grill. Half way through cooking, you are suppose to take the meat out of the foil. At that point, I added apple wood to my fire. This is THE best pork roast I have ever ate. the meat was melt in your mouth tender. the original recipe said to cook for 30 minutes...HA! try more like 2 hours. I butterflied the roast when it was about 75% done. we were to hungry to wait any longer. (I actually used a pork loin)
the kid that never eats anything, went back for seconds that is how good this really was.
- 1 cup KC Masterpiece® Hickory Brown Sugar or Original Barbecue Sauce
- ¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper
- 1 large yellow onion, peeled and sliced
- 1 pork tenderloin, approximately 1 pound
- Heavy duty aluminum foil
- ½ teaspoon ground black pepper
- ½ teaspoon kosher salt
- ½ teaspoon minced garlic
- Combine KC Masterpiece® Barbecue Sauce with cayenne in a medium bowl. Place half of the marinade in a large GLAD® Storage Bag. Add the pork tenderloin and marinate refrigerated up to 3 hours. Reserve remaining marinade for basting.
- Layer 2-3 sheets (approximately 14 inches each) of aluminum foil. Bend the edges upward to make a slight "bowl." After marinating, remove the tenderloin from the sauce and place in the aluminum bowl. Season with black pepper and salt. Combine the onions and garlic with the marinade from the bag. Fold the aluminum foil over the roast to create a water-tight seal.
- Place roast on outer edges of the grill over Kingsford® charcoal (approximately 400°F). Turn every 7 minutes for 21 minutes (3 turns). Open foil bowl and remove the tenderloin. Allow onions to stew in their own juices in the bowl on the outer edges of the grill.
- Place the roast directly on the grill and baste with reserved marinade. Grill until done or until internal temperature reaches approximately 160°F.
- Slice roast, top with onions and drizzle with juice from onions.
06-03-2013, 05:54 AM #2
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Re: St Louis BBQ Pork Loin
This sounds like an excellent way to cook pork and keep the kitchen cool. Add in easy clean up...you've got a winner!