Easy Tender Pork Roast

If you are a regular reader of this blog, you would know that "we love the pig." In fact, I think I have more pork dishes than all the other categories combined (NOT!). We love the pig so much that we decided to make beef roast but use pork instead hahaha. No, seriously. This is originally my mother-in-law's beef roast recipe. I just copied it and used pork in lieu of beef. :-)

What you need:

4 to 5 pounds pork loin
14 oz chicken broth
1/2 cup Dale's seasoning 
3 garlic cloves, minced
2 teaspoons ground black pepper

What to do:

Place pork in your slow cooker or Crock Pot.  Add broth.

Using a fork, poke roast to create little pockets or holes. Place pork in your slow cooker or Crock Pot. Pour in broth, Dale's seasoning and let meat absorb it. Sprinkle minced garlic and pepper.

Cook on low for 8 to 10 hours. 


Tips, Tricks and Tweaks:

1. I know, it is a loooong time to wait. But it makes the meat really tender. If you are pressed for time, cook using medium heat for about 6 to 7 hours.
2. If you are a garlic lover like me, add garlic powder!
3. Best served with veggies and mashed potatoes!


peachy @ The Peach Kitchen said...

Kami rin, we love pork! Meron nga kami "BABOY BONDING" where in we have several dishes but lahat fatty pork..super unhealthy but super worth it.

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