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Bacon Weaved Pork Loin

Are you looking to throw the barbecue bash of the summer? Look no further than this Bacon Weave Pork Loin because you will be an instant hit amongst your friends when you impress them with this dish! And lucky for you, it looks a lot trickier to make than it really is.

Are you looking to throw the barbecue bash of the summer? Look no further than this Bacon Weaved Pork Loin because you will be an instant hit amongst your friends when you impress them with this dish! And lucky for you, it looks a lot trickier to make than it really is.

Bacon weaved pork loin is full of flavor. But keep in mind that you need to brine the pork loin, so you’ll want to get started the night before… At least start the brine. The brine will tenderize the loin and add a little flavor.

When you’re ready to grill, or rotisserie, in this case, take out your pork loin, pat dry the excess brine and wrap it in a bacon weave. The weave looks more complicated than it is. Watch Chef Koetke’s video below.

Ingredients

  • Pork loin
  • Water, sugar, salt, dried thyme leaves, garlic, black pepper for brine
  • 1 pound bacon, sliced

Directions

  • Make the brine by combining water, sugar, salt, dried thyme leaves, garlic, and black pepper in a large dish
  • Bring brine to a boil on the Saber side burner, allow to cool, then place pork in brine and let sit in the fridge overnight (or 8-10 hours)
  • Lay out slices of bacon in a square on a piece of parchment paper then start weaving them together (please see Chef Chris Koetke's video below, it's way more simple than it sounds!)
  • When you're finished weaving the bacon, wrap it around the pork loin and tie it all together with butcher's twine so that it doesn't fall apart while on the grill
  • Put the pork loin on the rotisserie and cook until it reaches an internal temperature of 145 degrees (approximately 50 minutes on low-moderate heat)
  • Once it has cooked through, remove from grill and cover with aluminum foil for 5-10 minutes before cutting and serving (and admiring your work of art)

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