Love of Cooking

Recipes and Resources for Making Great Food


My Recipe Box

May We Recommend

Chewy Cranberry and Applesauce Oatmeal Cookies
Find More Favorites

My Recipes

My Menu

My Shopping List

+ Add to Shopping List

Cook's Tools

Cooking Measurements
Wine Pairings
Cooking Terms
Bake, Broil or Grill?
My Recipe Box
Shopping List

Maple Baked Pork Loin

Empty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Rate this Recipe
Serves 8 | 
Slightly sweet and extra savory.


4 lb boneless pork loin roast
1 tablespoon canola oil
Salt, to taste
Ground black pepper, to taste
Flour, for dredging
3/4 cup maple syrup
3/4 cup ketchup
1/3 cup water
1 tablespoon minced garlic


  1. Preheat oven to 350° F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil.
  2. Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat until smoking.
  3. Season the pork loin with salt and pepper, then dredge in flour, and shake off excess.
  4. Carefully place pork loin in the skillet and sear until browned on all sides. Place pork loin on the baking sheet. Pull sides of aluminum foil up to make a barrier.
  5. Stir together the maple syrup, ketchup, water, and minced garlic in a mixing bowl. Pour 3/4 of this sauce over the pork. Fold the foil over the pork, and seal to form a packet. Place baking sheet in the oven and bake for about 2 hours. Cover remaining sauce and place in the refrigerator.
  6. Carefully open up the foil packet and flatten out foil. Place baking sheet back in the oven and broil pork loin roast for 5 minutes. Serve pork loin roast with remaining sauce.
Cooking Method: Bake, Broil
Main Ingredient: Pork Loin
Course: Dinner

Similar Recipes:

Rate this Recipe

Choose a rating
See Other Recipes Like This

What dinnertime dilemma?

What dinnertime dilemma?
Delectable dinner options that everyone can enjoy. Whether you're looking for something healthy or hearty, we've got the right dish for you. View Recipes >

Easy recipes your whole family will love

Easy recipes your whole family will love
Tired of loading up your shopping cart with snack foods you know aren't very healthy? We've got a simple solution to your snacking needs. View Recipes >

The Real Flavor of Mardi Gras!

The Real Flavor of Mardi Gras!
Ah, C'est bon ca (Ah, that's good), describes cajun cooking perfectly. Louisiana has a cuisine that's unlike anywhere else in the United States. Mixing French with Southern, and making something truly unique. View Recipes >

life's better on the inside

Much Better!

Get exclusive flash sale invitations, deals, recipes, freebies, events and news – delivered right to your inbox.