Guinness & honey glazed pork loin

Guinness & honey glazed pork loin

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(20 ratings)

Cook: 2 hrs

Easy

Serves 6
Kevin Dundon's Guinness-glazed pork loin is so tasty and easy to carve

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal725
  • fat27g
  • saturates10g
  • carbs56g
  • sugars55g
  • fibre0g
  • protein65g
  • salt0.4g
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Ingredients

  • 300ml Guinness
  • 100ml clear honey
  • 250g light muscovado sugar
  • 2kg skinless, boneless loin of pork, ask your butcher for the thick end
    Pork

    Pork

    paw-k

    One of the most versatile types of meat, pork is economical, tender if cooked correctly, and…

  • splash white wine, Champagne or water
  • few sprigs flat leaf parsley
    Parsley

    Parsley

    par-slee

    One of the most ubiquitous herbs in British cookery, parsley is also popular in European and…

Method

  1. To make the glaze, put the Guinness, honey and sugar into a pan. Reduce by almost half to form a sweet syrupy glaze, then allow to cool.

  2. Heat oven to 200C/fan 180C/gas 6. Season the pork with pepper and salt, if you want, place on a baking tray and roast for 20 mins. Then turn the heat down to 160C/fan 140C/gas3. Remove the pork from the oven and brush all over with most of the glaze (reserving a few tbsp) cook for a further 40-50 mins, brushing and basting the pork as it cooks until it’s beautifully caramelised and glazed.

  3. Remove the pork from the roasting tray and leave to rest. Pour the remaining glaze into the roasting tray, then add the wine, Champagne or water. Place the pan on the heat and bring everything to the boil, simmer for a few mins until you have thick gravy. Carve pork into thin slices and place on top of the colcannon (see separate recipe). Glaze with the Guinness syrup, drizzle a little on the plates and finish with a sprig of parsley.

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SarahForde
16th Jan, 2015
Hi, does anyone know roughly how long it takes to reduce the honey, guiness and sugar liquid to half once it gets to simmering point? Thanks
maggiebleksley
18th Mar, 2013
5.05
The glaze was delicious and we loved it. Would definitely cook it again, but next time I'll allow at least half an hour longer for roasting. I used less than half the suggested amount of pork and thought the time recommended seemed quite short even for that, as it has to be cooked quite slowly, so that the glaze won't turn to toffee. After turning the oven down and cooking for 50 minutes, it still wasn't cooked through. I think that it would need a good hour longer for a 2 kilo joint, keeping it moist by basting with the glaze.
raine3
18th Mar, 2013
5.05
Takes time as previously stated, but WELL worth the wait!
dribble42
17th Mar, 2013
Recipe oven temperatures look wrong and so do the timings?
deledge
4th Feb, 2012
4.05
Pre prep the glaze and make sure cool otherwise just runs off.
glenyst
28th Nov, 2011
3.05
Wasn't a favourite in our house, though was all eaten! Deemed to be "too sticky" by some, which could have been my cooking.
callymazoo
11th Oct, 2011
Really looking forward to tasting it but it has been in an hour longer than it was meant to as uncooked inside. Used a little less sugar and replaced honey with maple syrup. Smells delicious.
mandylou
23rd Jan, 2011
1.05
not very nice at all - glaze is sickly sweet and ruins the pork!!
velvetrose
21st Nov, 2010
5.05
Totally .... fantastic .. I love trying new things but this was amazing .. ok the sauce took a bit long ... but all good things come to those that wait ...... and oh boy that was sooo good
goldfish26
8th Oct, 2010
1.05
Far too sweet, it spoiled a lovely bit of pork for my tastes. I needed to know how to reduce the sweetness.

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rach308
9th Sep, 2014
Cook the glaze the day before you are cooking the meat and keep in the fridge so it thickens up. Also good on gammon!! :-)