5 Reviews

My husband loved this recipe. It was so easy to make. The ingredients were on hand and it took no more than 5 minutes to whip up. The best thing is the small marinating time. The meat could have cooked for a little longer, perhaps another 10 minutes.

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Coffee Criss August 12, 2003

Looked a little funny but it tasted great.

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Woody W. October 18, 2008

This was a lovely dinner with a very subtle pineapple flavor. I pureed fresh pineapple for this recipe. I used only 1 T. of Dijon mustard. My pork loin baked a bit longer than 50 minutes -- more like 1 1/2 hours -- and it was juicy and tender. Tasted great!

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vrvrvr April 19, 2007

Made this for dinner tonight. I liked the taste on this one. The meat stayed moist and this was a change from the usual garlic pork roast. Will make this one again

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Tracey Tracey December 18, 2005

This was a very simple recipe to prepare and my family enjoyed it. Next time I'll add in some soy sauce, garlic and maybe even a little chopped green onions (just cause I love them!). Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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Dreamgoddess January 15, 2005
Pineapple Mustard Pork Loin