How long to cook Internal Temperature

What's the Safe Internal Temperature for Pork Loin?

The USDA recommends that the internal temperature of pork loin when done should be at least 145 degrees Fahrenheit. This will produce a medium-rare pork roast. If you prefer your pork more done than that, you can keep cooking it: Waiting until the meat reaches 160 degrees will produce a well-done roast. No matter how you like your meat cooked, every pork loin recipe should end with rest time: Letting the meat rest allows the fibers to relax and the juices to redistribute so that they don't run out all over your cutting board.

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