I had always preferred the easy way as I see no point stressing over the cooking for any party. So what's wrong with buying instead of cooking it yourself? I intended to buy the Glazed Pineapple Ham for the Christmas party but was deterred by my daughter. I ended cooking this Pork Loin and am pleased and glad that I did managed to cook it right and that it was well received at the end of the day.
So I followed the same recipe - using a sauce of whole grain mustard, mustard sauce, apple cider vinegar, brown sugar/honey/golden syrup, salt and pepper to cover the pork loin before wrapping it with streaky bacon.
For the Christmas party, I bought 2 big pieces of pork loin. As it was a bigger piece, I was afraid that after baking, it will become tough and dry. So I decided to stuff the pork loin with a moist fruity filling to minimise the dryness.
Sprinkle with salt and black pepper and smear more sauce over the whole loaf.
Place the rolls in a roasting pan and pour in about 1/2 to 1 cup of white wine. This will help the meat to stay moist as they bake at the same time adding more flavour to the meat.
I baked the pork loin at 180C for almost half hour.