To cook pork hocks, score the skin in a diamond pattern with a sharp knife, rub the hocks with coarse salt and olive oil, and roast them tightly covered in an oven for two to three hours at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Remove... More »

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A good and fairly simple way to cook German pork hocks is by primarily cooking them on the stove and then finishing them off in the oven. It can take a little longer, but results in a delicious, authentically German dish... More »

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Pork hocks are the front or back cut of meat from the pig's ankle and include the bone. If they are from the back legs, they are usually referred to as ham hocks but are treated the same as pork hocks. Crock-Pot recipes ... More »

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Cook pork roast approximately 20 minutes per pound at 325 degrees Fahrenheit. All pork roasts should be cooked to an internal temperature of 145 degrees F. After roasting, let the roast stand for a minimum of three minut... More »

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Pork roasts generally take approximately 20 minutes per pound when they are roasted at 325 degrees Fahrenheit. Browning the roast on the stove top, and roasting it at 375 F reduces the cooking time to approximately 50 to... More »

While several factors affect the cooking time of a pork shoulder, cooks should roast a 6-pound shoulder blade roast at 325 degrees Fahrenheit for 25 to 30 minutes per pound or 2 1/2 to 3 hours. Cook pork to a minimum int... More »

Pork loin sirloin cuts for roasting should be roasted in an uncovered, shallow pan at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for around 50 minutes (unless otherwise stated). The internal temperature should reach 150-160 degrees Fahrenhe... More »