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    Hi. I am trying to convert an oven recipe into an Instant Pot recipe. This is a recipe that I have not tried before but looks and sounds amazing. I am trying to see if it would be faster to cook it in the instant pot. This is the recipe: https://dinnerthendessert.com/ultimate-garlic-pork-loin-roast/

    I would only be doing a 1 lb pork loin. My plan was to brown the pork loin using the saute setting, then adding 1 cup of broth and using a trivet to hold the pork — then after pressure cooking it placing it in the oven for just a couple of minutes to crisp the outside.

    I was looking at the cooking times chart and I’m not sure if I should cook it for 12 minutes or 18 minutes per inch of pork thickness. I’m also unsure if the time should be a little less if I’m planning on placing it in the oven for a few minutes.

    Any guidance would be appreciated. :)


    Laura Pazzaglia

    Personally, I don’t recommend pressure cooking pork loins – they tend to get overcooked quickly and become dry and stringy.



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