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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Crock Pot Pork Loin

Submitted by Ann Kelly





 about 2 pounds of Pork loin ( I get a large one at Sam's and cut it into 3 pieces and and freeze)
1/8 -1/4 cut soy sauce ( I use gluten free)
1 TBS Yellow Mustard
2-3 TBS pancake or maple syrup
2 TBS olive oil
Diced dried onions 2 Tablespoons
Garlic Salt 1 1/2 teaspoons


Put everything in the crock pot and cook on low for 6 hours.




NOTE: what looks like a "crust" in these pictures is actually the dried onions and sauce from the slow cooker poured over the top of the pork once plated.

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24 comments:

  1. Your recipe looks so yummy! I would love it if you came over to Cast Party Wednesday and shared it with us. Thanks, I hope to see you there! ---Sheryl---
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  2. Thanks we did link up to your link party. Thanks for stoping bye

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  3. We will definitely be trying this. I'm always afraid of using pork, but I love the crockpot so this is a must try. Thanks so much for sharing at Whimsy Wednesdays at The NY Melrose Family .

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  4. This looks juicy and absolutely delicious...going to have to try it out...love the crock pot!!! Thanks for sharing and linking up with us @ Toot Your Horn Tuesday!!!

    Erin

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    1. Not sure how they made it look crusty on top. Mine did not at all. ???

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    2. it not a crust I spoon the onions over the top with some of the "juice"

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  5. Making this as I type! Can't wait to see what the family thinks!

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  6. That looks like pork loin not pork tenderloin.

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  7. I agree, pork loin not pork tenderloin, also would result in significant savings as tenderloin would cost about 2x as much per pound.

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  8. I used pork tenderloin. It was good but next time I will triple the sauce

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  9. I found the sauce VERY salty. If I made this again, I would not use as much soy sauce as called for.

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    1. sorry it was too salty... the gluten free soy sauce that I use may be less "salty"

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    2. I tried the sauce before I poured it over the pork loin, and yes it was salty. So I started the sauce over and instead of garlic salt, I used just garlic. I also used Lite soy sauce. Don't be discouraged, try again!

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  10. Yes I agree - it was VERY salty - The other flavors were good. Maybe skip the garlic salt and just use garlic powder as well.

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  11. thanks for sharing.

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  12. Had this at my sister in laws and liked it so much that I made it at home tonight! Thanks!

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  13. Do I need to add water or chicken stock or anything liquid?

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  14. Yours looks browner than mine. Did you brown it before putting it in the crockpot? It was delicious but I had to cook mine a couple of hours longer. I guess each crockpot is different.

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    1. did not brown it first I do pour the sauce and onions over the top when I plate it so that may be the color difference.

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  15. This was FANTASTIC!!! I semi-shredded it in the crockpot and let it soak up all those wonderful juices. This was so, so good and I can easily see myself making this again next week.

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  16. what sides did everyone choose?

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    1. we normally have a potato, and broccoli, or a a fresh salad

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    2. Steamed red potatos and mixed veggies

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  17. This was unbelievably moist and tasty. I would stay away from using the gravy over top as it was very salty. But got rave reviews from all around the table. Even the kids

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