Grilled Summer Pork Loin Roast ~ Amazingly Tender and Creamy!

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Grilled Pork Loin Roast ~ Delicious AND Healthy!

Remember on Tuesday, I posted about buying Pork Loin and cutting it up for later?  Well, it’s later and this recipe makes great use of that Pork Loin Roast that you had leftover from the chops, and with a little prep work, it is a fantastic dish for dinner, even guest worthy!  And it’s versatile too.  If you don’t have a grill, you can roast it in the oven for a tender, delicious twist to this lean, healthy meat.  Just place it in a roasting pan, turn your oven to 350 degrees, and roast for about an hour and a half.  You’ll have a tender roast ready for your table!

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5 Minutes of Prep Work, 100% Delicious Pork Loin Roast

One of the reasons I love this recipe is the prep work is next to nothing.  I plan ahead and start marinating this Pork Loin Roast before I even freeze it.  I’ll put all my spices or marinade in the plastic zippy bag and freeze it so the flavors go deeper into the meat and tenderize it as it freezes and as it thaws.  It’s amazing how much more flavor you can get by doing that!  You can use any seasonings you like with pork loin roast, but my favorite is my homemade Montreal Steak Seasoning.  It’s spicy and delicious, giving your roast a beautiful color and crispy exterior that everyone will be fighting over!

Grilled Summer Pork Loin Roast ~ Amazingly Tender and Creamy!

Grilled Summer Pork Loin Roast ~ Amazingly Tender and Creamy!


  • 3 lb pork loin roast
  • 1/4 C Montreal Steak Seasoning


  1. Place the pork loin roast in a gallon plastic zippy bag and marinade 6 hours to overnight, or freeze and thaw when ready to cook.
  2. Heat your grill to high.
  3. Place the roast on the grill and sear all sides.
  4. Turn the grill to low and cook slowly until juices run clear and there is no pink left in the center when making a small cut in the middle.
  5. Remove to a platter and let rest for 5 minutes.
  6. Slice and serve.

Grilled Pork Loin Roast for a Crowd

If you have a crowd coming for a gathering, and you’d love to make this dish, save yourself some cooking time and cut your pork loin roast into smaller chucks, especially if you are using the whole loin.  It cuts your grilling time, and maximizes your time with your guests.  (Plus it gives you more crispy end pieces, the part that is always being fought over at my table!)

Surprise your family with a quick meal from your pork loin sale find, and grill up a Pork Loin Roast!

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