Blog — Spit Roast

Spit Roast Pork with Apple and Apricot Stuffing

Posted by Beth Wemyss on

You’ll Need: 2kg boneless pork loin roast200g pkt dried apricots, chopped2 tbs olive oil1 brown onion, finely chopped200g streaky bacon, chopped1 loaf sourdough bread, crust removed, crumbed1 apple, finely diced⅓ cup chopped flat-leaf parsley Method: If your pork loin is not scored, score using a sharp knife, score skin at 1cm intervals. Place pork skin-side up on a rack in the sink. Pour over boiling water. Drain then pat dry with paper towel and lay skin-side up in a roasting pan. Chill uncovered overnight. (This will dry out the skin for perfect crackling.) Place apricots in a bowl and cover...

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Delicious Spit Roasted Pork - Recipe

Posted by Beth Wemyss on

Spit roasted pork is so delicious, but cooking it on a spit roaster for the first time can be daunting. You need to know the best cooking temperature and the right ingredients to get that perfect taste. However, this recipe, for sure, is worth the labor.   Ingredients: 15-20kg full pig (Weight is approx.) 15 crushed garlic cloves 200g salt 100g black pepper 50g oregano 3 onions (crush them well) 2 sprigs rosemary How to cook: To begin with marinating the pig with all the ingredients. Rub the outer and inner areas well with it. Ensure you reach even inside...

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Beef Spit Roasting Guide

Posted by Fenia Mazis on

The art of spit roasting is an ancient form of cooking when meat was cooked in the open over a fire. Spit roasting is a perfect choice when you want to cook large joints of meat such as beef. However, if you haven’t tried spit roasting before, this brief guide can help you with the entire process. Preparing the Spit Before you start cooking, ensure all the screws in the spit are secured tightly so that the meat doesn’t fall off while you cook. Position the spit in an area that is less windy. The wind can affect the intensity...

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