You might be surprised how well pork roast and gravy go together. This simple recipe requires browning the roast all over in a dutch oven (heavy-bottomed covered roasting pot) to seal in the moisture. You'll braise it right on the stovetop with onions & stock. Thirty minutes before it's done you'll remove the lid to reduce the cooking liquid. Adding some cream to the cooking juices right in the pan makes the gravy super easy to make. This is a warm, savory, and satisfying meal for Fall and pairs well with my walnut blue cheese radicchio endive salad.
- Allow the roast to come to room temperature before searing.
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- Remember to give yourself plenty at least two hours to fully roast your pork to tender.
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