Stuffed Pork Roast with Herb Seasoned Artichoke and Mushroom Stuffing

Stuffed Pork Roast with Herb Seasoned Artichoke and Mushroom Stuffing

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"This show-stopping pork roast features exquisite taste and elegant presentation, but the reason it's one of our favorites is that it's so easy and reliable - you'll get great results every time. "

Ingredients 1 h 30 m {{adjustedServings}} servings 560 cals

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  • Calories:
  • 560 kcal
  • 28%
  • Fat:
  • 28.4 g
  • 44%
  • Carbs:
  • 37.9g
  • 12%
  • Protein:
  • 38 g
  • 76%
  • Cholesterol:
  • 113 mg
  • 38%
  • Sodium:
  • 1409 mg
  • 56%

Based on a 2,000 calorie diet

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  1. Heat oil in large skillet. Add green onions and garlic and cook until tender. Add artichokes, mushrooms, parsley, butter and black pepper. Cook and stir until butter is melted.
  2. Add broth. Heat through.
  3. Place stuffing in large bowl. Add broth mixture. Mix lightly.
  4. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Sprinkle pork with black pepper. Spoon 3 cups stuffing mixture down the center of the pork. Fold the sides over the filling to form a roll. Tie the pork crosswise at 2-inch intervals with kitchen twine. (The remaining stuffing can be baked in a covered casserole during the last 15 minutes of roasting.)
  5. Sprinkle additional black pepper and garlic powder over pork. Place pork in roasting pan and bake for 45 minutes or until cooked through but slightly pink*. Let pork stand 10 minutes. Remove twine before slicing. Serves 12 to 16.
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  • Tip: *The stuffing temperature should reach 165 degrees F and the internal temperature of the pork should reach 155 degrees F. During the stand time the temperature of the pork will increase to 160 degrees F.
  • Have your butcher butterfly the roast for you. If not available, here's how to do it: Hold a knife horizontally, make a lengthwise cut about 1 1/2 inches deep along side of loin (do not cut all the way through). Open the loin like a book. Using a meat mallet pound the meat to make an even thickness if necessary.
  • If you are considering using this stuffing for a turkey, let it cool completely before spooning into the turkey cavity.
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  1. 39 Ratings


Five stars - WITH some small, but certainly not minor, modifications. To rate this any lower might risk turning people off to trying it, and this roast was too good to risk that. I started with a not quite three pound roast, which I had my meat cutter butterfly for me. Because of its size, I basically reduced the stuffing ingredients by half. Using fresh mushrooms, shallots and garlic I made a duxelles - finely mince the ingredients, saute in butter for several minutes until it sort of resembles a paste, then deglaze with a splash of white wine. To that I added the artichokes and parsley, a cup of chicken broth (remember, I'm making about half a recipe of stuffing) and only enough Herb Seasoned Stuffing to absorb the broth. Added salt and pepper to taste. Rather than plopping the stuffing all in the center of the roast I spread it over the entire roast (which I salt and peppered as well), to within a half inch of the edges, creating a pinwheel effect. After tieing the roast with kitchen twine as directed in the recipe, I roasted it at 450 degrees for 10 minutes, then lowered the temperature to 350 and roasted it for another hour, until an instant read thermometer read 155 degrees. The meat was moist and tender, and the stuffing phenomenal, possibly the best I've ever had. This was just for me and Hubs but it was so beautiful and elegant it would be a great company entree to impress. This involves more than the usual preparation, but it was worth the extra effort.


As written, 4 stars. If you brine your pork loin, you have potential! I don't care for mushrooms or artichoke hearts in my stuffing, so I added some dried cranberries and like others, garlic. To brine a pork loin of 3-6 lbs, mix 1/4 cup each of table salt and sugar in 2 quarts of water. Soak the pork in this brine for 1.5-2 hrs. This will make your meat so much more flavorful and juicy!

Kim Cilley

My sister-in-law had us over for dinner and served this dish. Let me just ask if you've seen the scene from When Harry Met Sally where Harry and Sally are in the restaurant?? Well, that would explain how delicious this dish is! For those of you who haven't seen this movie let's just say it's better than, ummm, well I think you get the picture. Truly my favorite dish EVER! As long as donuts aren't considered a dish. =)