Pork Sirloin Chops are cut from the end of the loin area of the pig, near the back leg. In effect, they are cut from pork sirloin roasts, which may contain a small amount of tenderloin. The chops tend both to be lean, and to have a bit more bone that other bone-in chops will….
Pork Sirloin Double Roast © Denzil Green A Pork Sirloin Double Roast is two sirloin pieces of pork tied together, front to back, in a cylindrical shape. The tenderloin portion that is usually attached to a pork sirloin roast is removed. It is usually sold boneless.
Pork Sirloin Roast is definition no. 410 A in the Institutional Meat Purchase Specifications standards in effect in North America. It is the back portion of pork loin that is left when the centre loin is removed by a straight cut down in front of the hipbone. A small portion of tenderloin may be included…