Easter Holiday Crown Pork Roast Recipe #SundaySupper

Do you have a special Recipe that you only prepare on Holidays?

Crown Pork Roast Recipe

Crown Pork Roast Recipe

At our home, our Crown Pork Roast Recipe symbolizes a special occasion.  It is that one item that we don’t cook any other time than Christmas and Easter.  It is something that we have come to know as a special Recipe.

It is actually very easy to prepare but there is something so special about that beautiful Crown of Pork when it comes out of the oven and gets carved Around the Family Table.

If you have not tried a Crown Pork Roast, you have no idea how juicy the pork.  I would encourage everyone to try preparing it at least once.  I promise you family will be hooked.

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Holiday Crown Pork Roast Recipe

Holiday Crown Pork Roast Recipe

Holiday Crown Pork Roast 

Serves 8 

  • Crown Pork Roast with 8 Ribs
  • 4 Tablespoons Olive Oil
  • 4 Garlic Cloves minced
  • 6 Bay leaves
  • 1 large onion
  • 3 cups of Pork or Beef Broth 
  • Salt and Pepper to taste
  1. The Crown Pork Roast must be marinated the day before
  2. Brush Olive Oil on entire Pork Roast
  3. Brush Minced Garlic evenly on the Pork Roast
  4. Add the Bay leaves between the Ribs
  5. Stuff the middle with a large Onion
  6. Add the Pork or Beef Broth to pan
  7. Sprinkle with Salt and Pepper
  8. Let sit overnight and pre heat oven to 425 degrees
  9. Add uncovered Pork Roast to oven  for half hour
  10. Lower oven to 325 degrees and cover the Roast
  11. Bake for approximately 3 hours 
  12. Use meat thermometer to check when Meat is done
  13. Remove from the oven and let sit for 15 minutes
  14. Bring to the Table and Carve each Rib[/print_this]
Kid Rating: Alexandra 8, Ronnie 10, Reis 10, Riley 10 
Guests: Vo-Vo 9, Vo 10

Comments

  1. says

    As far as Easter traditions goes, we don’t really have something (as a family) that we’d only make for that occasion. When the kids were little, I usually organized an egg hunt or we’d do something else that was Easter-related. Looking at this dish, though, made me think my husband would TOTALLY ADORE it – he’s a big fan of stuff like this. I just bookmarked it!

    • FamilyFoodie says

      If your family isn’t large enough to do the “Crown”, you can ask your butcher to prepare just a Rack with however many ribs you need. Let me know if you try it!

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