Instant Pot Garlic & Rosemary Roast Pork Loin
Using an Instant Pot is a game changer for this pork loin recipe. The gravy is rich and flavorful, the meat is moist and perfectly cooked, and it all comes together in a fraction of the time compared to oven roasting.
What Are the Advantages of Using an Instant Pot to Cook Pork Loin?
Multicookers are easy to use and fast, making them perfect for weeknight meals. You can save valuable time with the help of an Instant Pot. Roasting a pork loin in an oven can take anywhere between 45 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the oven temperature. When using an Instant Pot, it only takes about 22 minutes to cook on High pressure. The cook time depends on the size and weight of the pork loin, and we recommend using a 2-pound boneless center-cut pork loin (about 4 inches wide) for this recipe, based on our testing.
Is It Healthier to Cook Pork Loin in an Instant Pot?
Cooking in an Instant Pot is one of several healthy cooking methods and styles that you can do at home. When you cook at home, you can control the ingredients that go into a dish. Restaurant meals are almost always higher in calories and sodium than something you would make yourself. Here are ways to cook healthier at home with an Instant Pot or pressure cooker.
Additional reporting by Jan Valdez
Based on earlier review and comments of this recipe, we've retested and made the following adjustments (and updated the nutritional analysis accordingly):
Specified pork loin size and increased cook time (to ensure doneness).