Earlier in the week I shared the pork video showing you how to make spring rolls with a pork sirloin tip roast (be sure to leave a comment on that post for the $50 Costco cash giveaway ends 10/14). Now I’m going to share my pork sirloin tip roast recipe with you. It’s perfect for the upcoming holidays.
Grey Poupon/BBQ Pork Sirloin Recipe
Ingredients I purchased at Costco:
- Pork sirloin tip roast
- Grey Poupon
- BBQ Sauce
- Green Beans cans
- Asparagus (frozen)
The great thing about purchasing the ingredients from Costco is that not only do you get a great price, but you will have enough for several meals. Or if your holiday meals includes a large group, you’ll be set too.
I started by mixing 8 oz of BBQ sauce with 2 Tablespoons of Grey Poupon and shook it until it was mixed well. I tasted to be sure it wasn’t too spice. You can adjust this depending on your family’s tastes.
Pour the sauce over the pork sirloin tip and put in the fridge for at least a few hours.
After 4 hours, I put the pork sirloin tip with the sauce into the slow cooker. I set it on low for 6 hours while I spent the afternoon working.
After 6 hours, I made green beans and asparagus to go with our pork sirloin tip roast.
We had a late dinner that night because of the kids’ activities, so we were all very hungry. I forgot to take a picture with all our food. By the time I remembered to take a picture, this was all that was left between the 4 plates of food. Needless to say….we loved it.
The pork was really juicy and the flavors from the Grey Poupon and BBQ sauce were perfect! I know this is a recipe that I will be making more often. It was so easy to make.
Pork For The Holidays
This would make a perfect holiday main course also. The worst part of the holiday meal is spending too much time cooking and not enough time with families. Making this recipe means you will have an awesome meal and still have time make memories with your family.
Pork Temperature Tip
The USDA reduced the temperature guideline for pork loins, chops and roasts from 160 to 145 degrees F, with a three minute rest. This will give you a juicy, flavorful product that may be pinker in color than most home cooks are used to. Ground pork, like all ground meat, should be cooked to 160 degrees.
Disclosure: This post sponsored by National Pork Board through The Motherhood. All opinions are 100% my own. I received monetary compensation and a Costco gift card to purchase the pork and other ingredients for my recipe.