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Awesome Pork Roast Recipe for Crock Pot

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This simple pork roast is first rubbed with onion soup mix, covered in cranberry sauce, then slow-cooked to tender perfection in this sweet and savory twist on the traditional pork roast. Slow Cooker Pork Roast. This slow cooker pork roast is fall off the bone delicious and all you have to do is throw everything in the slow cooker and you’re golden. Make it for dinner this week and meal prep the rest for lunch! Prep: 25 minutes Cook: 8 hours Total: 8 hours 25 minutes.

Fat 17 Carbs 38 Protein 37. In a nonstick skillet coated with cooking spray, brown pork roast on all sides. Place roast in a 5-qt. slow cooker.

Pour sauce over roast and turn to. Arrange onion slices evenly over the bottom of the slow cooker, and then place the roast on top of the onion. In a bowl, mix together water, sugar, vinegar, soy sauce, ketchup, black pepper, salt, garlic powder, and hot sauce; pour over roast. Place onion and garlic in 3 1/2to 6-quart slow cooker. Place pork on onion and garlic.

Pour broth over pork. 3. Cover and cook on low heat setting 8 to 10 hours or until pork is tender. Reserve 1 cup cooking liquid.

4. Serve pork now, or remove pork from slow cooker and cool slightly. Shred warm pork. Place the lid on the crock pot and cook on high for 6-8 hours or low for 10-12 hours. When the roast is done, strain out about 1/4 cup of the liquid into a separate bowl and stir the cornstarch into that liquid. Add about 1/2 cup additional juice from the crockpot.

Place the roast halves in a lightly greased 6-qt. slow cooker, fat sides up. Because the slow cooker generates steam that doesn’t escape, there will be a good bit of liquid at the end of cooking, so there’s no need to add any extra liquid to the meat. Cover and cook on HIGH for 1.

In a small bowl, whisk the first nine ingredients until blended. Place onion in a 5-qt. slow cooker. Place roast, potatoes and carrots over onion. Pour sauce mixture over top. Cook, covered, on low 6-8 hours or until pork and potatoes.

How to Make a Pork Roast in a Slow Cooker. I use a pork shoulder roast with the bone in but you can also use a boneless roast. Slice your onions and lay them on the bottom of your slow cooker; Mix your seasoning and salt together and pat into the top and sides of the roast.

Place the roast into the slow cooker on top of the onions. How long to cook a pork roast in the slow cooker – for pork loin, 4 to 5 hours on low for tender, juicy perfection. Pork shoulder needs to be cooked for 10 hours on low for a 1.5 – 2.5kg / 3 – 5 lb pork roast.

Shoulder is a tougher cut of pork.

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Cook on low for 10 to 12 hours, until the internal temperature of the pork reaches 165°F. Remove the meat from the slow cooker and shred, chop, or slice and serve.

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Add a chopped onion and 2 pounds of pork tenderloin to a slow cooker and cook on low for 5 hours, or until the meat pulls apart easily with a fork.

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Place the pork shoulder in a 4-quart (or larger) slow cooker.

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Turn the pork in the seasonings to coat it on all sides, then cover the slow cooker and cook on low for 8 hours or until the pork shreds easily.

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In slow cooker, place onion, garlic and pork; pour broth over pork.

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Transfer the pork from the slow cooker to a cutting board, and let it cool for 15 minutes before removing the bone and dividing the meat into large portions.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: The moist nature of the slow cooker and its slow, even heat provide a great environment for cooking a perfectly tender pork pot roast.

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Roast pork, basting twice during cooking, until meat is extremely tender and meat near bone registers 190 degrees, 5 to 6 hours.

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where your slow cooker comes in, and with this recipe, it’s never been easier to cook pork loin roast to tasty perfection.

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Add the chicken stock and pork, cover, and cook until the pork is very tender, on high for 4 hours or on low for 8 hours.

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  • The pork roast looks delicious I’m hoping that I win the mug I never really won anything oh I stand corrected I did win the draft lottery back in the 70’s. Lol

  • I don’t know WHO taught you how to cook, but ALL of your recipes are AWESOME. I wasn’t even thinking about cooking, and now I want this. Oh, how I wish I could invite myself over to sit at your dinner table! ��

  • Turned out really Great,, and the true test was was even better the second day warmed up for leftovers,, instead of being dry, very moist and flavorful,, I’ve never tried cooking an Italian dish but am going to attempt the Ziti very soon, wish me luck!!������

  • Hello stay at home chef, I really like what I saw in your recipe. I will use it this week. I have been cooking pork buts and pork ribs in the oven for a few years now. Your spice rub is very close to the one use, I add brown sugar to the rub, after rubbing in I add honey and knead it all over.

  • what i like about the internet is that what we didn’t have 30 years ago is that you can go and type how to cook something and some one shows you how to do it…thank you very much i will be trying this Recipe thank you

  • I don’t know about the balsamic vinegar. Too scared to use too much as it has a powerful flavour. I would maybe just put in a mix of balsamic and cider or white wine.

  • Good to know that balsamic goes well with the pork. I thought I had some cider vinegar, but only had balsamic. Can’t wait to try it.

  • It looks tender and tasty…just a little dry. But better this than adding too much stock, then it would be kind of ruined. And then what do you do with that?

  • I don’t keep red wine vinegar on hand, but I do have balsamic and apple cider vinegar. Whichever one I use will change the taste up a bit, but I think this will turn out just as good.

  • Oh my gosh I asked for a simple pork roast in a crock pot with four or less ingredients and you added a little bit more but it wasn’t dominating it you can actually taste the pork and it is wonderful looking I think I’m going to try this one every pork recipe I’ve looked at seems to have 10 or more spices if I want to eat spices I’ll just take a teaspoon and eat the spices but I’m a silly person I like to taste of me and you just gave me a couple of good ideas I like everything you put in there and it did not take over the whole Crock-Pot looks like a wonderful dinner and I can’t wait to try that I think the only thing I do is maybe add some red potatoes and some baby carrots and there’s an entire meal with the pork and it looks wonderful cannot wait to try it thank you God bless you both

  • Looked pretty good Jim. Little dry huh. Still make some great sammys. Yeah, prob cook low for the 8 hours. Would it make a difference if you flipped it over at the half way mark? Reminds me, I’m outta J. Christopher Ranch seasoning so gotta get some more.

  • i used chicken broth, and 1 can of cream of celery soup,,,,,,,and potatoes and carrots too,,,,later i made stovetop cornbread stuffing in the last 90 minutes and it was beautiful and my husband loved it!! thanks for your video your a great teacher

  • I was gonna say, if he is like “ohhhh man this is the best pork ever!!!” But no he didn’t.

    Yeah it’s a little dry “cough” ��

    Nice vid!

  • this looks delicious,,,,, never woulda thought to put honey on a pork roast,,!! trying this tomorrow for dinner thanks for sharing………

  • So is it really sweet with all that balsamic & honey? You are very lucky to have your own bees!! I would love to do it also but I live in the city and I’m not sure if the “powers that be” would allow it. This looks delicious!!!

  • Thanks for the. Idea. I have been wanting to do something different, and this sounds just right. Wife and kids are not crazy about balsamic vinegar, but I won’t tell them what the secret ingredient was.:)

  • Oh that looks amazing, great job and I am going to try that next time! We grow our rosemary and thyme too among other herbs, nice to just go outside and get them!:D Susan

  • Thats made me hungry now!!!! We use our slow cooking (thats what they are called in the UK) never put a whole chunk of meat in! going to give that a go… I might even post the vid when we make it… Watch this space. Thanks for sharing.. Great job Nikki, thank you.

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  • I just made this. The sauce needs something. Not sure what but something more. The meat was tender and cooked perfectly. The sauce was nice and thick but it needed something. Not real flavorful.. It needs perfecting. See what you can do.

  • Ooh wee! This looks good! I’m about to put a pork roast in my crock pot and I was looking for different recipes. This one is at the top of the list!!! New Subbie!

  • Welcome back Todd.Could you take the pork and put it under a grille to sharpen the outside or do you think that’d dry it out too much?

  • Great video. Easy to follow instructions and crispy video editing makes this video easy to watch. Your energy is perfect for this format of video. Looking forward to the next video and watching more of your videos from the past. Keep Crushin It.

  • I have learned so much from this guy, every recipe seems to work. I got so enthusiastic, I ordered a count down timer that will turn off the crock pot to prevent overcooking when I am gone. Todd really knows the slow cooker, I made a choc cake in it, it was excellent.

  • Eh…this recipe didn’t turn out good to me. I just ate this…it had practically no flavor at all and cutting some of the fat off the bottom made it tougher and dry, even after 8 hours. Cooking it with just water made it all taste like meat and veggies simply slowly boiled in water. Sorry, this was pretty disappointing. Next time I’m gonna sear the meat the way I do with beef roasts and use some flavored broth or stock to cook it in with something to thicken it. Maybe then it’ll be more palpable.

  • That probably produced the best roast pork I’ve managed to do. I had to use a mix of apple and orange juice. Still great. I added cracking on top. I thought the veges needed salt too. I believe I was right to salt them lightly. I took the potatoes out at the end, as I removed the roast, and roasted them on top level for extra 10 minutes to develop color and sweetness. Good dish.

  • yep yep looks like simply delish also… never put mustard on any of mine pork roasts before,,, but hey…gonna try this way… I do love mustard so…….might be my new favorite way… who knows… Thanks Todd.

  • really the go to recipe! husband went nuts over it. With herbs reminded me too of German food. Trying same with beef round today and see what happens.

  • Just a quick note on something I do if I put any kind of roast or stew meat in a crock pot, I like to sear the meat off first, on all sides, in a fry pan. Deglaze the fry pan with a little water or broth and this is when you can add herbs, spices, mustard, onions, bbq sauces, etc. and pour that liquid over the seared meat in the crock.

  • Hey Rachel, looks like I found what to make for New year’s dinner, I am very interested in the use of apple juice, thanks again for the recipe and take care!

  • Can u use this recipe on pork ROAST butt NOT loin? Oh well, I’m trying it now with butt pork roast. I’ll let u kno tomorrow how it turns out.

  • Sounds good but afraid to try w/no amounts of anything given. particularly the vinegar. Also too fast bad presentation. I’ll stick w/TOS TIN MAN –

  • I love roast pork and definitely intend to make this recipe soon; it looks delicious. I love how simple you make the recipes sound, explaining simply all that is needed. You keep on point with the preparations, no distractions, no going off subject. You are the Queen of Clarity..that is an art in itself. Thank you!

  • I tried this recipe tonight on my pork shoulder and it turned out SO GOOD! And I typically don’t like the taste of pork. I didn’t make any adjustments, just followed the recipe exactly as was given.

  • Tony I made this after watching your video omg it is soooo yummmy. I did one thing different. I sprinkled brown sugar on top It’s the best tasting thing I have ever made. I will be cooking with balsamic again. funny I have 2 different brands one is the same that you used. I poured a bit more on just before eating.I will be trying this with a cheap beef roast as well to see how it goes.

  • >>>    I love this crock-pot more than I can say. I just wish I actually liked cooking to any degree. But I digress… I had considered the insta pots, but the price tag was much more than I felt was warranted given the fact that I’m not all that interested in spending more time planning and cooking meals. So this seemed like the best option for me. And I’m very happy with my purchase. Especially in the cooler weather, it’s nice to be able to drop something in the crock-pot before leaving for work and know dinner will be ready, but not grossly over cooked, when I return home. My old crock-pot was perfectly functional, but I was lured by the keep-warm feature of this one.

  • Since I’m not fond of turkey, I make pork roast for holiday dinners…or any other time, for that matter. I love pork! This looks easy and tasty. Thanks!

  • I got up early for recipe but I’m going back to bed because I only need 4 hours now YAY! Thank you I’m giving this a shot tonight I’ll post an update when I’m done cooking.