Roast loin of pork with apricot glaze
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Roast loin of pork with apricot glaze
  Roast    Pork    Glaze    Appetizers    Microwave    Apricots  
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:00:41 AM. Recipe ID 23894. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Roast loin of pork with apricot glaze
 Categories: Main dish, Meats, Fruits, Appetizers, Microwave
      Yield: 6 Servings
     12 oz Package dried apricots
      1    3-inch stick cinnamon
    1/2    Lemon, seeds removed
    1/2 c  Water
      1 c  Apricot nectar
      2 T  Orange juice
      3 T  Honey
      6 lb Loin of pork roast with
           Bone tips Frenched
  1. Remove twice as many dried apricot halves from the package as
  there are bones on the roast and set aside. Place remaining dried
  apricots, cinnamon, the juice from the lemon half, the remainder of
  the lemon half cut into quarters, and the water in a medium-sized
  heat-resistant, non-metallic bowl. 2. Heat mixture, uncovered, in
  Microwave Oven 8 minutes or until apricots are tender. Remove
  cinnamon stick and lemon peel chunks. 3. Add apricot nectar, orange
  juice, and honey. Heat, uncovered. in Microwave Oven 2 minutes. 4.
  Spread glaze over pork loin and heat, uncovered, in a shallow,
  heat-resistant, non-metallic baking dish in Microwave Oven about 1
  hour or 10 minutes per pound, or until meat thermometer inserted in
  the thickest part of the meat registers 165F. 5. While roast cooks,
  baste meat with glaze. Place thickest section of roast to outside
  edge of turntable. 6. Allow roast to stand wrapped in aluminum foil
  OVEN. 7. Before serving, place two of the reserved apricot halves on
  each bone tip. Press apricot halves firmly together so they stay in
  place. Pork should be cooked to well-done.

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Recipe ID 23894 (Apr 03, 2005)

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