Pork Loin Roulade with Mustard Pale Ale Sauce

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Well, good morning, sunshine!  I totally want to start out this day with a huge THANK YOU to all my wonderful friends for the Happy Birthday wishes!  It was a great birthday with some vacation days thrown in and a party with friends and family Saturday night.  We had a fun evening with corned beef done 4 different ways! Woot!


 

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There was one mishap that landed me on my backside on our tile floors resulting in many injuries and bruises, but luckily no trips to the hospital.

 

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Y’all know that I have 4 huge dogs, right?  3 boxers and a pit bull.  Well, Holly decided to guzzle a bunch of water then barf it up on my tile floor.

 

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She certainly looks sorry, doesn’t she?  What a face….

What happened was I heard them barking like someone was at the door and I was totally expecting packages – because BIRTHDAY!  I came walking up the hallway, stepped in a pile of dog puke, my feet went out from under me, arms and legs everywhere – all in slow motion, of course.  I landed on my bum and my arm with one of my legs going forward and one going backward.  I gotta be honest here, I haven’t done the splits since way before my last 29th birthday.  It wasn’t pretty.  There may have also been some scared dogs running and words yelled that would make a sailor cringe.

 

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There’s nothing like slipping on and landing in a pile of dog puke to get your birthday weekend started on the right note.

I know I’ve said this before, and I’m sayin’ it again.  What in tarnation does this ridiculous story have to do with a pork loin roulade with mustard pale ale sauce?  Not a dang thing.  Have a fantastic weekend, y’all!

P.S. There’s still time to enter the giveaway, so scroll down and get your entry in to win $500 of HelloFresh meals!

P.S.S. It’s that time again for me that I’m exhausted and need a dang vacation, so I’m going to be as much internet free as possible with no posts or social media to recharge my batteries for the next week or two.  I’ll be back to my normal (or not so normal of a person) self posting, commenting, Tweeting, Pinning, Facebooking  and otherwise interacting with all of you soon.

 

Pork Loin Roulade with Mustard Pale Ale Sauce

Pork Loin Roulade with Mustard Pale Ale Sauce

Author: Rachelle Corson-Webber

Ingredients

    For the Pork Loin
  • 4 pieces of bacon, cooked and crumbled
  • 2 cups bread crumbs (I used Pepperidge Farms Herb Seasoned)
  • 1 cup chicken stock
  • 1 2 pound pork loin
  • 1/2 teaspoon sage
  • 1/4 teaspoon tarragon
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon white pepper
    For the Mustard Beer Sauce
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 shallots, sliced 1/4 inch
  • 2 tablespoons grainy mustard
  • 1/4 flour
  • 1 pint Golden Boy Pale Ale from Triple C Brewing
  • 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
  • salt and white pepper to taste (start with 1/8 teaspoon each)
  • tarragon to taste (start with 1/4 teaspoon)
  • 6 tablespoons honey

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350
  2. Combine breadcrumbs, crumbled bacon, chicken stock in a bowl until combined
  3. Slice pork loin down the center, almost, but not all the way through
  4. Lay flat, cover with plastic wrap and pound with a rolling pin or meat mallet until flat and even
  5. Sprinkle meat with sage, tarragon, salt and pepper
  6. Spoon stuffing evenly along one side of pork
  7. Take the side of pork closest to the stuffing and roll up like a log, pushing stuffing in with fingers when necessary
  8. Tie with kitchen twine evenly (about 5 pieces of string) along the pork loin to secure
  9. Transfer to a baking dish
  10. Season with salt and pepper
  11. Bake at 350 35-40 minutes or until internal temperature reaches 45-150
  12. Remove from oven, tent with foil for about 8 -10 minutes, carryover will raise the temp to 155/160
  13. Slice 1/2 inch thick and serve with Mustard Beer Sauce
    Mustard Beer Sauce
  1. Melt butter and olive oil together in a frying pan on medium heat
  2. Add shallots and mustard, cook about 5 minutes
  3. Sprinkle flour over shallots
  4. Stir for 1-2 minutes
  5. Turn off fire/heat
  6. Add beer
  7. Stir, turn heat back on to medium-high
  8. Bring to a boil, reduce heat to medium-low, add salt, pepper, honey and tarragon
  9. Cook, stirring occasionally until reduced and thick
  10. Serve with Pork Loin Roulade
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31 Responses to Pork Loin Roulade with Mustard Pale Ale Sauce

  1. Oh my goodness…I hope the rest of the day went better. I mean, it can’t get much worse than doing the splits in a pile of dog puke! At least at your young age of 29, you are able to bounce right back and enjoy the party! I love the way this roulade sounds. I love stuffing baked right into any kind of meat and this looks beautiful!

  2. Sounds like you had a great..and kind of gross.. birthday, Rachelle! But who could get mad at that adorable face, puke slipping and all. 😉 Love this roulade! So fancy and delicious with that mustard pale ale sauce! I want to drink that sauce by the gallon, but I guess I’ll have to save some for the pork huh? This would be perfect for Easter dinner, especially because I despise ham! Cheers, Girlfriend and enjoy your much deserved break! Xo

    • It was a fantastic birthday! That dog…. oh my goodness she is more of a hot mess than me! Thanks for telling me the fancy pants name for my stuffed pork loin! 😀 Cheers!

  3. OMG Rachelle! I’m so sorry about your birthday accident! Thank God there was no trip to the hospital! This pork roulade looks amazing! And that mustard pale ale sauce will be a definite hit at our house! My husband will want to slurp it from the gravy boat for sure!!

  4. Ha! Sounds like you know how to get a party started 😛 I’ve never slipped in my dogs mess – but I have been woken up at 3 am by my dog projectile vomiting all over my face and pillow as I slept. Aww dogs…. gotta love em’ 😉
    Anywhoo… sans the dog incident, I hope you had an awesome birthday! This amazing pork roulade would certainly make me feel better! And the mustard pale ale…. can I just pour it straight into my mouth?!

  5. Bhahahahahahahaha!!!!! I knew about that incident but I still think it’s freakin’ hilarious. Holly is too damn cute with that sweet face of hers. She looks like a person with her eyes too. Wait a sec…did you do a recipe? lol! I just ate dinner but I could totally chow down on a whole plate of this yummy pork loin roulade. Totally. 😉 Will miss your posts but hope you have a wonderful, and much needed, relaxing time off 🙂

    • She totally looks like a person! She has the craziest expressions like nothing I’ve ever seen! Yeah, the recipe was an afterthought. 🙂

  6. Ohhhhhhhh noooooooo! So glad it didn’t warrant a trip to the ER, but man – no fun! It’s a good thing Holly’s so cute – it helps, right?! Happy you had a wonderful birthday and I understand the need for a little vacation – enjoy your time off and I’ll look forward to your return! This pork is the bomb, by the way!

  7. I may or may not have had similar things happen to me with my cats. Pets are wonderful, by they definitely always make life interesting. 🙂
    The seasoning on this pork loin sounds amazing. I can hear my stomach rumbling already. And That sauce! Holy yum!

  8. This looks delicious, Rachelle! Bacon plus fresh herbs stuffed in pork with a mustard beer sauce = winner in my books!! Wow, you sure started your b-day off with a bang…OUCH! Holly looks so adorable, though!! Happy Friday and enjoy your time off girl!!

  9. Hah! Nothing says Happy Birthday like a big pile of dog puke. I was sure the fall had something to do with beer consumption…but sadly the story wasn’t as interesting as that! Either way, I’m glad you are ok. And I’m glad you had an awesome weekend. Now can we talk about how delicious this pork loin sounds? And that pale ale mustard sauce? I could eat that with a spoon! 🙂

  10. Happy belated birthday Rachelle! I’m so sorry for what happened and Holly does look sorry, too! Hope you are doing better today! The roulade looks mouthwatering! Will definitely try it!

  11. I hope your day got better – what a way to celebrate your birthday! My cat once dumped a glass of water by my bed (I had no idea it happened) and when I woke up and stepped out of bed I slipped and fell flat on my butt. I had back pain for a week after that! This pork loin looks amazing and would totally cure any ailments for me!

  12. What a way to start your birthday celebration! It’s a relief that you are only bruised and not broken! Have fun going off the grid…kinda, and enjoy not being a slave to technology! This pork loin roulade looks amazing, mouthwatering, and SOOOO GOOD!!

  13. Oh, my goodness. That is an epic wipeout, both painful and gross. Hope you’re feeling okay! It’ll be a very funny story someday…or now. 🙂
    This looks amazing! Hello, dinner!

  14. Love me some pork loin and that mustard-beer sauce sounds seriously amazing! But oh, I’m sorry, I’m totally cracking up at the thought of you busting your butt over some dog puke. Definitely not good birthday vibes… but a great story! I had baby boy puke this past week which is just as pathetic and no fun to deal with. But no falling in it, so I’ll take that as a win 😉

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