There’s nothing more nostalgic for me than a good Sunday roast. Beef or pork, I’m not picky, I love either one. It’s probably one of the only “grown up” meals I loved as a child and I still remember sitting impatiently at the table as the aroma made me nuts.
I’ve made this sirloin pork roast numerous times and every single time it’s perfectly juicy and full of flavor. And, the tradition has continued as my kids love this meal too. Pork is a succulent meat, one that many tend to overcook and dry out for fear of not cooking it long enough. This makes it inedible without mounds of gravy. Not this roast.
I would love to give credit to the blog, Seriously Good, where I found this recipe. However, I just visited and the link is dead. The blog belonged to a gentleman named Kevin Weeks. I haven’t been able to find another online presence besides a personal Facebook profile. So Kevin, if you surface again, let me know when your blog is live and I will link to you!
I’m so glad I saved this recipe! I would have been seriously bummed out to go there and find it had disappeared.
Mine isn’t exactly like his, there were a few small tweaks, and I wasn’t crazy about the sauce so I’ve left that out.
More Roast Recipes
One of my favorite cookbooks for roasts is Sunday Roasts: A Year’s Worth of Mouthwatering Roasts, from Old-Fashioned Pot Roasts to Glorious Turkeys, and Legs of Lamb by Betty Rosbottom. i have tried several of the recipes and they have all been wonderful!