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“Pig in a Bag” – Pork Roast and Vegetables

“Pig  in  a  Bag”
Pork roast rubbed with Northwoods Seasoning

Yellow and orange carrots, gold and purple potatoes and onion

Pork roast and vegetables all bagged up!

Pork roast and vegetables all bagged up!

 You will need:    5 lb   pork roast  and your favorite vegetables
                               seasoning for the roast    (I used Penzey’s Northwoods Seasoning)
                               1  oven cooking bag 

         In the bag:   Place your seasoned roast and vegetables into a cooking bag.                                         Secure with the provided tie.  Set bag in an oven proof baking dish.

      In the oven:     Pre-heat your oven to 300 – 325 degrees.
                                Place on the center oven rack.  I like to cook the roast slow, until
                                the internal temperature reaches 145 to 150 degrees. 

The pork roast is very tender and juicy.

The pork roast is very tender and juicy.

I took the leftover pork roast, shredded it and mixed with barbecue sauce!
"Pig in a Bag" on a bun!

"Pig in a Bag" on a bun!

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3 Responses

  1. Wow, I’ve NEVER heard of cooking bags before! I guess they’re similar to cooking in parchment paper by trapping the steam right? What a great idea! That shredded pork looks SO good and I love the bright colors from the onion!

  2. Love bag cooking, it always is so tender and on the bun…delicious!

  3. That last poicture has me drooling. It looks so good! and I love onion rolls!!!

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