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The Betty Crocker website contains a chart explaining the cooking time for pork loin roast as well as a number of other cuts of pork, beef, veal and lamb. The chart also includes the cooking temperature, the desired inte... More »

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Herbs to season a pork loin roast can include thyme, basil, garlic, rosemary, parsley, sage, fennel, dill, cumin, coriander or caraway seeds. The herbs can be used to crust the pork before cooking or can be added at the ... More »

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Both pork roasts and sirloins should be cooked to an internal temperature of 145 degrees Fahrenheit as determined by a digital thermometer, and both cuts of pork will take 4 to 6 hours on high or 8 to 10 hours on low to ... More »

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Betty Crocker offers a timetable for roasting meats including beef, veal, pork and lamb. The pork chart provides time and temperature information for loin roast, crown roast and shoulder roast. More »

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A pork loin roast is cooked thoroughly when its internal temperature is at least 145 degrees Fahrenheit, as measured with a food thermometer before removing the pork from the cooking source. Let the meat rest for at leas... More »

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The general cooking time presented on the Betty Crocker chart depends on the type of roast, the desired doneness and how much it weighs. Another factor that determines the cooking time is the temperature at which the roa... More »

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Herbs to season a pork loin roast can include thyme, basil, garlic, rosemary, parsley, sage, fennel, dill, cumin, coriander or caraway seeds. The herbs can be used to crust the pork before cooking or can be added at the ... More »

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