Garlic & Herb Pork Loin

November 16, 2016 By: Comments
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20 minutes
60 minutes
I never liked Pork Loin until I got older. The first time I tried it, the pork was dry and bland because it wasn't cooked or flavored properly. Pork loin is so good and juicy if you cook it right. This recipe will have you hooked on pork loin in no time. The flavor and presentation will also impress your family or guest.


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  1. Gather all your ingredients.
  2. Add a couple tablespoons of olive oil to a frying pan on medium high heat. Add garlic cloves and cook them until they are lightly brown and softened.
  3. Turn the heat to low. Add three tablespoons of low sodium soy sauce and 1/4 cup of brown sugar. Stir the garlic cloves in the brown sugar and sodium sauce until a glaze is formed.
  4. Massage the pork loin with the glaze and garlic cloves. Add the pork to an oven safe dish.
  5. Top the pork loin with lemon slices, tomatoes, black pepper, and italian seasoning.
  6. Break apart the chives, Italian parsley, rosemary and dill. Add them to the baking dish. Chop onion and add it to the dish.
  7. Bake pork loin in the oven at 350 degrees.
  8. Bake for about 1 hour. You don't want to overcook the pork loin or it'll become tough. The center of the pork should read 145 degrees on the thermometer.
  9. Slice up the pork loin.
  10. Add a slice of pork loin to a serving place. Use a spoon to drizzle the juices from the pan over the loin. Enjoy!