Submitted by Linda Anderson
Bacon Wrapped Pork cooked in Maple Syrup
- 1.5 Kg Pork neck or boneless Roast
- 400g Bacon
- 2 Rosemary Sprigs
- 1 cup Maple Syrup
- Oil for frying
- Cooking string
- 1 tablespoon Cornflour
- 6 potatos and asparagus to serve.
- Lay down about 6 pieces of cooking string.
- Lay some bacon over the top of string.
- Then put a pork joint on top and wrap bacon and tie string so its in a roll.
- Brown in pan for 5 to 10 mins.
- Throw 5 sprigs of rosemary in bottom of slow cooker.
- Put in pork. Tip a cup of maple syrup over the top.
- Slow cook on low for 8hrs. Take out and rest under foil for 10 minutes before serving. While pork is resting thicken up the sauce with cornflour.
- Serve with mashed potato and lemon pepper asparagus.
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12 thoughts on “Bacon Wrapped Pork cooked in Maple Syrup”
Beautiful recipe. I added a bit of whole grain mustard.
Nice recipe.. Needs more maple syrup as the juices from the pork take over.
I cooked this for Christmas last year. It was super easy and super yummy. It left me time to hang out with the guests and enjoy the day.
So fun to make
Do you remove the pork rind before wrapping in bacon?
I would 🙂
Tastes Great. We had friends over and they commented it was one of the best pork roasts they have had,
Loved the flavour but my bacon wrapping skills need a little honing😂. Will definitely do again & try another wrapping method (plus get my husband to help tie). My husband isn’t a big Pork fan but he loved this.
Sounds very yummy does the maple syrup make it sweet .
It would only be a hint I’d say in final dish 🙂
Can I ask how to cook a leg of lamb in the slow cooker
Hi Mary 🙂
This is my fave HERE
Or there is lots more ways HERE