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Roast Pork with Garlic-Caper Sauce

Roast Pork with Garlic-Caper Sauce recipe
photo by:kraft
20 min
2 hr
18 servings

What You Need

jar   (3.5 oz.) capers, drained, divided
head  garlic, peeled
cup  KRAFT Zesty Italian Dressing
Tbsp.  cracked black peppercorns
 bone-in pork shoulder (8 lb.), not trimmed
cup  water

Make It

RESERVE 3 Tbsp. capers; mash remaining capers with garlic using mortar. Add dressing and peppercorns to caper mixture; reserve 2 Tbsp. caper mixture.

MAKE 1-inch deep cuts in meat (do not break skin). Stuff meat cuts with remaining caper mixture.

ADD water to bottom of pressure cooker; place meat, skin-side up, in cooker. Lock pressure cooker lid in place. Cook on medium-high heat until pressure vent locks in place and regulator begins to rock gently. Reduce heat gradually to maintain slow steady rocking motion; cook on low 1 hour 20 min. Remove from heat. Let stand 10 min. or until pressure vent drops.

HEAT oven to 500ºF. Remove regulator from pressure cooker, then lid. Remove meat from cooker. Place meat, skin-side up, on foil-lined baking pan. Rub with reserved caper mixture; bake 10 to 15 min. or until skin is golden brown.

MEANWHILE, drain meat juices, skimming any excess fat. Pour meat juices into small saucepan; stir in sour cream and reserved capers. Cook 5 min. or until heated through. Serve with meat.

Kraft Kitchens Tips

Serving Suggestion
Serve with smart sides such as rice and a steamed vegetable.
Pressure Cooker
Read the owner's manual before using your pressure cooker, as sizes and brands vary. To test meat for doneness, it is absolutely necessary to let the steam out before opening the pressure cooker.
Make Ahead
Make deep cuts in meat and stuff meat cuts as directed. Place in resealable bag; seal and refrigerate overnight. Cook as directed.

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