You’re going to love how easy this Savory Roasted Pork and Gravy recipe is. The onions, garlic, and stock cook together and create a rich and savory gravy.

Depending on how you serve this, it could easily serve more than six people. We served it with buttered egg noodles, and it fed four people with enough left over for a whole other meal.

I recommend checking the pork after two hours and then again after three hours. All ovens cook differently, and you don’t want the gravy to cook down too much. If at any point it looks like it’s getting too thick, just add a little water.

I highly recommend using a good quality stock. It will make the gravy so much better, and you can buy some great varieties at most stores these days.

Savory Roasted Pork and Gravy

Don’t let the amount of garlic scare you. Garlic becomes very mellow as it cooks and gives the gravy a delicious flavor. It becomes buttery and soft, so we like to serve toasted bread to spread it on ????

Some yummy additions to this would be carrots, celery, and/or mushrooms. You could also add some sage or rosemary. Both are delicious with pork….

This is an excerpt from the article Savory Roasted Pork and Gravy Recipe which originally appeared on 5 Minutes for Mom.