Sunday Roast is a traditional British meal served on Sundays; it usually consists of roasted meat (beef, pork or poultry), potato (roasted or mashed), Yorkshire pudding, vegetables and gravy. This dish is popular the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Ireland.
Very Juicy and Tender Roast Pork
- Pork roast with good marbling and thick skin fat (Fat would help it make juicy and tender)
- rock salt
- freshly ground black pepper
- 1 cup flour
- 4 eggs
- 200 ml milk
- 1 tsp sugar
- 1/2 tsp salt
- oil or fat drippings from the roast
- broccoli, cut into florets
- baby carrots
- pinch of salt
- pinch of sugar
- Brown Gravy
- Baked Potatoes
- Baked Sweet Potatoes
- Baked Pumpkin
Very Juicy and Tender Roast Pork
- Prick pork with knife several times so it cuts through, score the rind as well.
- Place in a large container then pour enough water to cover the meat. Now add some rock salt, it should be 1/4 cup of rock salt per litre of water. Leave it in room temperature for 12 hours.
- Drain pork then pat it dry, rub outer parts with minced garlic and freshly ground black pepper.
- Place in a 160C preheated oven, fat side up then roast. Roasting time would vary the formula would be 35 minutes for each 500 grams of meat. So in my case I had 3 kg pork so I roasted it for 3 hours and 30 minutes.
- Remove from oven then let it rest for 15 minutes before serving.
- Drizzle oil or fat drippings in a Yorkshire pudding or muffin pans, place in a 230C pre-heated oven for 10 minutes.
- In a mixing bowl lightly beat eggs then add flour, milk, sugar and salt, mix well until free of lumps.
- Place batter in a jug then set aside.
- Remove hot pans then pour the batter on each mould. Place the moulds back in the oven then bake for 20-25 minutes or until its puffed and golden brown in colour.
- Remove from pan then serve immediately, best consumed when hot.
- Steam or blanch the vegetables.
- In a heavy pan add butter, sugar and salt. Once butter had melted add the cooked vegetables and stir making sure vegetables are covered with melted butter.
Now once everything is ready, place everything in a plate then serve while Yorkshire pudding is warm. Serve with gravy on the side
Your Yorkshire puddings look so cute! Wonderful meal.
impressive looking Yorkies! Although our family normally eat them with beef, having said that my favourite way was just the Yorkies on their own with onion gravy…not meat! Now you have me craving Yorkie puds.
Multiple recipes in one:) I’ve never tried making yorkshire pudding, looks like yours turned out great
What a great meal all around. I love how tender and juicy the meat is.
Brining the roast is genius!
I love those yorkshire puddings 🙂
Funny…I just did a post on a Sunday roast as well. Absolutely love Yorkshire pudding. Sounds like a terrific mea.
I love that you made Yorkshire puddings with pork and I have been craving Yorkshire pudding for a while now.
Looks delicious! It’s been a while since I had Yorkshire pudding…
Hi Raymund! Wow! You prepared a FEAST!! It looks simple yet extravagant!I think this would be great for Christmas / Thanksgiving any holiday dinners whenever you want to impress your guests!! 😀 Thanks Raymund!
Oh boy do I miss England! Your Sunday Roast looks amazing, and I’m looking forward to the leftover pork recipes. Coincidentally I prepared some roast pork tonight and… leftover chicken is easy, but I never know what to do with leftover pork.
I love Sunday roast! And I’ve never tried Yorkshire pudding but always wanted to. Wish I could come over for Sunday dinner. 🙂
What a meal!!!! I love the little Yorkshire puddings as a side!!!!
Such a great, traditional meal! Roast pork is one of my all-time favs. I have no trouble getting rid of leftovers (sandwiches, curry, stir-fry) but I’ll be interested to see what you’ll be doing.
Another reason to love Sundays ! Absolutely DELICIOUS post !
Oh wow you went all out! I agree on the pork roast, I usually cook 12 lbs (a little less than 6 kilos) so it’s a definite special occasion meal. Your pork sounds delish.