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    Louise Davis
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    Default PORK RECIPES IN CROCK POT

    I haven't tried all of these--some are from the internet.



    MEXICAN CROCKPOT PORK

    1 lb. boneless pork loin roast, cut into 1" pieces

    20-oz. jar chunky salsa

    15-oz. can pinto beans, rinsed and drained

    Mix pork and salsa in a 3-4 quart slow cooker and cover. Cook on low for

    6-8 hours until pork is tender. Add beans, cover crockpot, and cook

    10-15 minutes until hot. 4 servings



    COUNTRY STYLE RIBS CP

    1-1/2 lbs Country-Style boneless pork ribs

    1/3 cup Maple syrup

    2 Tablespoons A-1 Sauce

    1 medium onion (chopped)

    1/2 teaspoon garlic powder

    1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper

    Place ribs in crock pot or slow cooker. Combine the remaining

    ingredients and pour over the ribs. Cook on low for 7 to 9 hours, or

    until very tender.



    POLYNESIAN CROCKPOT SPARERIBS

    3-4 lbs pork spareribs

    5 tablespoons sugar

    3 tablespoons honey

    3 tablespoons soy sauce

    2 tablespoons ketchup

    1 teaspoon seasoning salt

    1 cup chicken broth

    Place ribs in the bottom of your slow cooker. Mix remaining ingredients

    and pour over ribs. Cover and cook on low for 8 - 9 hours. If the ribs

    are fatty boil for 5 minutes before placing in slow cooker.



    CARIBBEAN PORK ROAST

    Source: Pillsbury Holiday Parties Makes 12 servings

    2 Tbsp. brown sugar

    1 Tbsp. curry powder

    1 tsp. cumin

    1/2 tsp. salt

    1/8 tsp. pepper

    4 lb. boneless pork loin roast

    2 onions, chopped

    1/2 cup apple juice (if not available, I use white wine)

    In small bowl, combine spices and mix well. Rub over pork roast. Place

    chopped onions in bottom of 4-5 quart crockpot. Place roast on top of

    onions. Pour apple juice over all. Cover crockpot and cook on low for

    8-9 hours until pork roast is no longer pink in center and thermometer

    reads 155 degrees F. Remove pork from crockpot and cover with foil. Let

    stand 15 minute before slicing. You can thicken the oniony juices with

    some cornstarch dissolved in water and serve alongside, if you like. I

    serve this delicious pork dinner with red beans and rice and tostones or

    fried ripe plantain slices. Delicious and extremely easy.



    AUTUMN PORK ROAST

    Here's a great recipe I got from the Southern food recipe site. Made it

    yesterday and it was very yummy. I would never have thought of putting

    cloves and nutmeg with a pork roast. Any ? feel free to email me.

    Carol bellbrat1971@ameritech.net

    3 to 4 lb. pork roast

    Salt & Pepper to taste

    1 c. cranberries, finely chopped

    1/4 c. honey

    1 t. grated orange peel

    1/8 t. ground cloves

    1/8 t. ground nutmeg

    Sprinkle roast with salt and pepper. Place in slow cooking crockpot.

    Combine remaining ingredients;



    PORK ROAST

    OK... you will need to bear with me here, I don't exactly have a recipe

    for this one, but, it was so incredibly delicious, that I wanted to

    share with you what I made! I started out with a pork sirloin roast. I

    seasoned it liberally with grilling seasonings (I use McCormick Montreal

    Steak seasonings) and a little additional freshly ground pepper. Then I

    seared the roast in a small amount of vegetable oil in a cast iron dutch

    oven. When it was finished searing, I added some chicken stock, a can of

    diced tomatoes, half of a diced onion and a teaspoon of cumin and let

    this braise over low heat for several hours (about 3), until the roast

    could cut easily into chunks with a knife. I cut the roast into chunks,

    and then added some carrot chunks and 3 cloves of garlic, crushed and

    diced. I let this simmer over medium heat for about a half an hour,

    until the broth had reduced and made a nice soupy, stew like

    consistency. I served this over rice. This was the most amazingly

    delicious dish I have created in a very long time. It was spicy, savory,

    and just out of this world! (Even if I do say so myself!) I know it's

    probably a little difficult to follow because it's not in recipe format.

    But I hope that you can understand it, and try it for yourself! It's so

    Yum!!! ~Anne - thanks Anne



    TERIYAKI PORK ROAST

    3-4 lb pork roast (or less)

    ˝ c soy sauce

    1/4 c packed brown sugar

    2 T fresh ginger, chopped finely*

    2 garlic cloves, whole, peeled

    1-12 oz can apple juice concentrate

    1 t ground white pepper

    Mix ingredients well. Pour half into crockpot. Put pork roast on top of

    liquid. Pour rest of liquid over roast. Cook on low 6-8 hours. Strain

    liquid into saucepan and thicken with 2-1/2 T cornstarch dissolved in

    1/4 c water. Serve over rice. Rich and tasty. * you can buy a jar of


    chopped “fresh” ginger.



    ASIAN PORK ROAST

    3- 4 pound pork roast

    1/4 c soy sauce

    1/4 c orange marmalade or apricot preserves

    1 T catsup

    1 garlic clove (or more)- crushed

    Combine soy sauce, marmalade, catsup and garlic. Brush all over the

    roast. Place in a crockpot and pour remaining sauce over all. Cover and

    cook on LOW all day, at least 10 hours.



    ASIAN PORK CROCKPOT

    A flavorful way to cook a pork roast with a minimum of work involved.

    4-5 lb pork shoulder or roast

    1/2 cup ketchup

    1/2 cup soy sauce

    1 clove garlic, minced

    1 small onion, diced

    Place roast in your slow cooker. Combine remaining ingredients and pour

    on top of roast. Cover and cook for 8 hours on low. Makes 8 to 10 servings.



    SOUTH OF THE BORDER POT ROAST

    2 medium onions, chopped

    3 large carrots, pared and sliced

    3 to 4-1/2 lb. pork loin or shoulder roast

    2 teaspoons salt

    1/2 teaspoon leaf oregano

    1/2 teaspoon cumin seed

    1/2 teaspoon coriander

    2 cups water

    Place onions and carrots in Crock-Pot. Rub pork roast with seasonings.

    Place on top of vegetables; add water. Cover and cook on low setting for

    10 to 12 hours. This is good served with rice and black beans. Could use

    Mexican chopped tomatoes










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    nyislandgirl
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    Default PORK RECIPES IN CROCK POT

    I recommend the book "Fix-It and Forget-It, 5 ingredient favorites. Comforting

    Slow-Cooker Recipes" by Phyllis Pellmen Good. It has many good recipes which my

    family loves. It is a life saver. Hope it works for you.



    Linda



    --- On Wed, 7/16/08, Louise Davis <lulu@xmission.com> wrote:



    From: Louise Davis <lulu@xmission.com>

    Subject: Budget101.com : PORK RECIPES IN CROCK POT

    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    Date: Wednesday, July 16, 2008, 10:44 AM



    I haven't tried all of these--some are from the internet.






  3. #3
    Leigh Drewett
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    Default PORK RECIPES IN CROCK POT

    couldnt find the email so missed this group so here are the recipes:





    Someone somewhere asked for pork recipes but I can't remember who or where

    but I

    figure that others may like them anyway.

    The first two I have made (especially the apricot one which makes lovely

    sandwiches with the leftovers) but the 2nd two I haven't tried yet.



    1. Crockpot beer chops

    One onion, chopped

    2 pork chops

    12oz can/bottle beer

    2 chicken stock cubes

    Arrange chopped onion in the bottom of a slow cooker. Lay chops on top

    (slice in

    half to make 4 thin chops) pour in beer and drop in cubes. Cook on low 6-8

    hours.



    2. Apricot roast pork

    Serves 8

    1 can condensed chicken broth

    1 jar apricot jam

    1 large onion, chopped

    4lb boneless pork loin roast

    Mix broth onion and jam in slow cooker. Add pork and turn to coat. Cook on

    low

    8-9 hours.





    Savoury crock pork stew

    Serves 2

    1/2lb boneless pork shoulder roast cut into 3/4 inch cubes

    Chicken stock

    Onion, sliced

    1/2 tsp dried rosemary

    Pinch dried sage

    4tsp cornflour

    Brown pork cubes in a pan. Add the stock onions and seasoning. Season to

    taste

    with salt and pepper. Bring to a boil then turn off heat; transfer to slow

    cooker and cook low for 8 hours.

    Towards end of cooking time raise heat setting to high and in a small bowl

    combine the cornflour and a little water stir into the stew. Keep lid oFf

    and

    keep stirring constantly until thickened.



    4. Crock pot pork chops

    Serves 6



    6 pork chops

    2 cans condensed low fat chicken soup

    1/2 small onion sliced

    2 stalks celery

    1 tsp pepper



    Place pork chops in a crockpot and cover with onions and celery. Pour soup

    over

    and cook on low for 5-6 hours.






 

 

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