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Old 12-04-2011, 06:49 PM   #1
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Slow cooker pot roasted pork

This is really good and super easy in the slow cooker. I first saw it in one of my slow cooker's recipe leaflets.

Pot Roasted Pork Loin

Rub boneless pork loin roast with s&p. Stab meat and insert slivers of a garlic clove in the slits. Slice an onion and put in bottom of CP. Throw in loin along with another sliced onion, a couple of bay leaves, a whole clove, 1/2 cup water and a T. of soy sauce.

Cook on low 10 hours, or on high for 5. You can brown the loin before cooking, but it's not necessary.
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I cooked a loin like that one time and it was good!
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What a great idea. It reminded me of a Justin Wilson episode on TV. Used a similar method to cook a beef roast.

How may cloves of garlic did you use?

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I cooked a loin like that one time and it was good!
It was! I kept losing the recipe. Now with modern technology, I can save it! I just use one big fat clove, slivered, .40. The stabbing of the loin is very cathartic. Think Murder on the Orient Express.

It makes for a drier roast, but slices up so nicely! Serve with mash, corn, gravy. Yum!
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This is really good and super easy in the slow cooker. I first saw it in one of my slow cooker's recipe leaflets.

Pot Roasted Pork Loin

Rub boneless pork loin roast with s&p. Stab meat and insert slivers of a garlic clove in the slits. Slice an onion and put in bottom of CP. Throw in loin along with another sliced onion, a couple of bay leaves, a whole clove, 1/2 cup water and a T. of soy sauce.

Cook on low 10 hours, or on high for 5. You can brown the loin before cooking, but it's not necessary.
"Throw" is that a proper cooking term and from how far away should I stand to accomplish it?

Sounds really good. mmmmPorkMMMMMMM
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"Throw" is that a proper cooking term and from how far away should I stand to accomplish it?

Sounds really good. mmmmPorkMMMMMMM
Sorry, PF. I meant "fling". I figure about 2 to 4 feet.
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Sorry, PF. I meant "fling". I figure about 2 to 4 feet.
Change noted, thanks!
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Ogres are sticklers for details.

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