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Ok this is prolly a silly q
but how can i cook my roast without oil splattering all inside the oven causing serious smokage! :laughing:
I roast mine in my electric frypan...it seems to turn out much more tender:) Either that or you could use those oven roast bags?
maybe if i just put some foil over the top, that means i have to get out of the car with 3 kids in the rain and go into coles...grrr oh they might sell it at a servo or corner shop ?
What are you roasting?
I don't have this problem but I'm trying to think why you might. Is it a small oven?
maybe its because i put alot of oil in it, mixed with some water
That might be why.
I just chuck mine in a pan by itself.
I just rub the meat with oil then sprinkle salt on it. You shouldn't have to add any more oil or water. My oven is fan forced so I usually have it on 200. Even with other cuts of meat I dont add anything unless I am marinading in red wine and garlic or herbs. Hope this helps!
It's the oil and water that's making it splatter. You shouldn't need to add either, pork is oily enough.
You can buy special roasting bags at the supermarket. You put the roast and all the veges straight into it, seal the end, and put it in the pan like that. It makes a really tender roast.:chef:
When you find out let me know. I have previously done them in the fry pan but after our last attemp (6 hours) and the pork crackling was soggy and it was fatty and pink on the inside. I try to do them but fail nearly everytime. Maybe I should just order them from the local take away already cooked. Kinda like Mr & Mrs Smith. "Yeh honey I cooked this all by myself". :rolleyes:
hehehehehehehehe.. :laughing: we are having a rost pork tonight as well.. with apple sauce.. YUMM :yelclap:
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