Rolled Pork Leg Roast Recipe- Boneless


Approx cooking time: 2 hours

Resting time for pork : 10 mins

Serves : 6-8 people

Preparation time : approx 15 mins

Recipe Instructions 

Ingredients 

  • 2kg rolled pork leg – boneless
  • Approx 1/2 cup of oil (your choice) I prefer Canola oil due to dietary requirements 
  • Approx 2 tbl sea salt or hymilayan rock salt. To be ground before use
  1. Spray large roasting pan with oil spray, line with aluminium foil and spray again.
  2. Rinse pork leg under cold water and pat dry making sure to remove as much liquid as possible and rind on top is dry.
  3. Place pork in roasting pan and carefully score with a very sharp knife.
  4. Drizzle oil and sprinkle salt on top of the rind and rub in completely.
  5. Drizzle remaining oil and salt on rind and place in oven. Make sure oven is preheated to 220 degrees Celsius and roast for approx 25 minutes or until top is browning.
  6. Reduce heat to 180 degree Celsius and roast for a further 90 minutes. 
  7. Remove from oven and let rest for a further 10 minutes.
  8. Slice and serve with apple sauce or gravy, roast potatoes and bread.

Hope you guys enjoy this recipe. Again I am new at this so if you spot any errors please let me know. If you share it please reference my blog http://www.Vickyshandcrafteddesigns.wordpress.com

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2 thoughts on “Rolled Pork Leg Roast Recipe- Boneless

  1. good luck with your Blog, Vicky. I see, like me, you do like Pork 🙂
    but, I am a little surprised, NO Maldon Salt???? I so wish I could get it out here in South India (good Pork is also a little bit difficult to get at times)

    1. Yes our family loves pork! I use rock salt. I am not sure what Maldon salt is. It’s hymilian rock salt. Unfortunately myself and my husband suffer from stomach disorders so I have learnt to cook with ingredients that are not to processed and this salt has worked for us. Part of the reason I am writing the blog is to help others with similar problems. I have had to modify a lot of recipes to suit out diet requirements. But I would love to hear more on what ingredients you like to use! I also love a good curry but thanks to my GERD reflux I can’t really eat any as often as I like. Thank you so much for taking the time to write to me.

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