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Cooking with Kids – Quick Dr. Pepper Pork Loin

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Golden Triangle Guide to Cooking with Kids
Quick Dr. Pepper Pork Loin

This variation is super quick and easy. You can have it ready for the oven for about five minutes and be eating in an hour.

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  • Garlic salt
  • Tony Chachere’s Cajun Seasoning
  • Your favorite barbecue sauce
  • Aluminum foil
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • ½  can of Dr. Pepper

Put your pork loin and the Dr. Pepper in a gallon Ziploc bag. Let it sit for between two hours and overnight. 

Preheat the oven to 350.

Give your piece of aluminum foil a light coating of spray oil. 

Place the pork loin on the foil and rub with the olive oil. Sprinkle liberally with garlic salt and lightly with Tony Chachere’s.  Cover in barbecue sauce. Tightly wrap the pork loin in the aluminum foil. Place on a roasting pan with a rack. Pierce the aluminum foil on the bottom so the juice can drip down into the pan and away from the meat. 

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Cook for 45 minutes and check the temperature in the center of the pork loin. The ideal temperature is 145.

We served this one with a salad and a baked potato.

You can make the same recipe with a pork roast for pulled pork.

Serves 4-5. 

Daryl Fant

Daryl Fant is the publisher of SETX Family. The magazine is an extension of their resources for Southeast Texas families and businesses. Their publications, under the SETX Advertising Umbrella, include SETX Church Guide, SETX Weddings, SETX Seniors, SETX Commercial Real Estate, and EatDrinkSETX.com.

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