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Because of time constraints I applied the rub to the pork just before cooking. To ease preparations I skipped all the steps about sauteing a little at a time - I just put all the veggies into a big roasting pan and sauteed them all at once until the cabbage had wilted then put the roast (unbrowned) on top of the veggies and slid it into the oven. It was awesome - I'll definitely make this again.
This was good and definately worth trying but when I make this again I will reduce the amounts black pepper and caraway seeds it was a bit spicy for my family as is. I think with those revisions it will be delish!
very good recipe- my family does not like me to cook with beer so I used apple juice instead (good results). I used beef stock in place of the broth (more flavor less salt). I cut the cabbage in chunks instead of shredding it (my wife's preference)and I just quartered some potatoes and cooked them with the roast. I sliced the meat and served it atop the vegetables - pleasing to the eye and delicious
Excellent recipe-the cabbage carrots and caraway blend nicely--with the carrots adding a sweetness that complemented the pork. The pork was very moist and tender one of the moistest roasts I've cooked. My brother-in-law said he really liked it and he doesn't even like cabbage! Also I was worried that the caraway would overpower the meat and it didn't. I did cook my potatoes separately and just served the carved roast on the bed of vegetables. Definitely worth trying!
I don't try out new recipes on guests but this one was 'on deck' to be roasted when unexpected company came by. Everyone raved over it! Make some mashed potatoes crusty bread and serve a green salad with this one. The aroma alone will bring the neighbors over to see what's cookin!
I've made this three times the first time with cabbage the last 2 times with sauerkraut. Definitely better with the sauerkraut. I used chicken broth instead of beer. Do crush the caraway seeds.I didn't think it would make a difference but it was a more mellow flavor when crushed.Tried it once in the crock pot not very good.