Rosemary Balsamic Glazed Rack of Pork with Roasted Vegetables - Dump and Go Dinner

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Rosemary Balsamic Glazed Rack of Pork with Roasted Vegetables - Dump and Go Dinner

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10 Servings
10 Ingredients

With the holidays nipping on our heels this is an excellent recipe to have on hand for a rack of pork sure to be show stopping at any gathering.

10 Servings
10 Ingredients


  • 2 tablespoons chop Rosemary, Fresh
  • ½ cups Balsamic Vinegar
  • 2 teaspoons mince Garlic, Cloves
  • 2 tablespoons Olive Oil
  • 5 pounds Pork Ribs, Bone-In
  • ½ teaspoons Salt
  • ½ teaspoons Black Pepper
  • 3 cups dice Sweet Potato
  • 3 ¾ cups dice Onion
  • 2 ¼ cups dice Apple



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Nutrition Facts

Servings Per Recipe
10 Servings
Serving Size
8 oz pork
Amount Per Serving
Total Fat
Total Carbohydrates
WW+ Points
Zone Blocks
5 Protein 11 Fat 3 Carbs


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  1. I would make this recipe because I would have no idea how else to make it. I looks absolutely delicious! I love Costco too!

  2. My father recently passed away, but right before he did all his kids(5) gathered to say goodbye. This was the first time that all the kids had been together. Since my dad passed the kids have all vowed to have family dinners, this pork recipe would be great to share at our first family dinner.I am so excited to finally have the big family I always wanted =)

    1. So sorry to hear about your dad. How great that you are all getting together though. Family meals are a fantastic way to do that.

    1. It was on the home page…I’ll check again when I get to my destination. I would hate for you to miss out on the savings.

  3. I don’t tweet, or I would certainly tweet about this!!! BUT I am a subscriber by email. I LOVE all the recipes you share!!! Please enter me in the contest! I LOVE Costco! I could easily go broke there. Not because they’re expensive, but because they have so many really NEAT things. It’s hard to have self-restraint sometimes in there. šŸ˜€

  4. Hi! I’m an email subscriber. I think this would be great with the Fire Roasted Vegetable Blend with Balsamic Butter Sauce (which just happens to be a Kirkland product from Costco – 3-1 lb bags). Absolutely fabulous. šŸ™‚

  5. This looks awesome and I’d love to try it. Anything with pork, apples and sweet potatoes is great in my book. Costco is one of my favorite places! I’m glad you discovered it!! I’m already a subscriber.

  6. Our family tradition is to serve pork and sauerkraut every New Year’s Day with my mom, dad, sister and her family, my aunt and uncle and my family. My mom, sister and I always like just a little pork with our sauerkraut and mashed potatoes, finding the pork usually too dry, while my husband and son won’t touch the kraut. This recipe might solve the dilemma for both sides: nice, juicy pork that is an equal showstopper to the sauerkraut! I am an e-mail subscriber. Thanks for the contest!

  7. I guess the nearest Costco to me is a little over 100 miles, so I’ll have to request this cut of meat at my local grocery store. How big was the rack you cooked?

  8. We have Friday dinner with our best friends each week. They are phenominal cooks and create almost all of our meals. I will make this recipe to treat them to a delicious meal.I am an email subscriber

  9. Well … I’m vegan so I wouldn’t use pork but … I’d use the Costco gift card to buy a ton of veggies and make a great dinner. Does that count? šŸ™‚ Thanks for the opportunity!
    reducefootprints at gmail dot com

  10. I currently have a rack of pork in my freezer on your recommendation and I was waiting for your recipe since I have no clue how to cook it!

  11. I’m with Paula. I’d make this recipe, or invite my mom over to ‘help’ cook, because I’ve never cooked this cut of meat before. It looks wonderful though and I do love the meat from Costco. Heck, what’s not to love about most stuff from Costco:)

  12. I don’t know how I would do it, but I love using a dry rub when I roast meat. Probably rosemary and garlic, and roast it with red onion, potatoes, and apples.Your recipe sounds delish!

  13. When my in-laws come for an extended visit over the holidays, it’s not easy to come up with meals that all seven of us will enjoy. However roast pork is one of the few things we all enjoy and the rack of pork would be a great variation to serve them.

  14. I would love to try your recipe. I definetly like pork roast because it is so very tender and your pictures looked awesome.

  15. Apples/applesauce always go well with pork. I would cook the pork in the slow cooker covered in cranberries, apples, and onions.

  16. I LOVE Costco! It is my absolute favorite place to shop šŸ™‚ I have never made a rack of pork so since your recipe sounds AMAZING, I would absolutely try it out. Thanks!

  17. I am an agriculture and I currently teaching a meats unit. I would smoke it on our traeger and serve it at our “carnivore cookoff”, where each student has to prepare a meat dish and do a poster on the cut of meat, where it comes from on the animal, and different cooking methods for that cut.

  18. I subscribe to OAMM and love your recipes. I would make this for my Son when he comes home from the military (army) on his next leave. I would love the $26 card from Costco.Have a blessed day!

  19. What a beautiful Rack of Pork and a wonderful recipe. This is such an elegant presentation, we would just love this recipe. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you are having a great week end and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  20. Every year my family has a special dinner (without extended family) Christmas eve. Every year, the menu is different. Last year it was fondue, this year is pork. Normally I would cook a pork loin but a rack of pork? A must try. I might stuff it with a pecan cranberry stuffing and an orange marmalaide glaze over the top…Yummy!!

  21. I would love to make a rack of pork for my family for a Sunday supper. We don’t do those large, delicious Sunday afternoon meals anymore.

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