Thursday, February 25, 2010

Recipe Swap: Crock Pot Pork Roast

Here is one of my long time favorite recipes, it is very simple. All you really need is the roast, salt, pepper, and water, but I have added the other ingredients over the years to make it extra delicious!

Crock-pot Pork Roast



One pork roast -that will fit in your crock pot.

Applecider vinegar

Salt and pepper or Seasoning mix

Olive Oil

Apple sauce

Baby Carrots

Red Potatoes -cut in halves or quarters

(1)Put one inch of water in the bottom of the crock-pot then add the pork roast, any kind will do.

(2)Drizzle some apple-cider vinegar, about 3-4 tbsp, over the roast.

(3)Coat the top of the roast with salt and pepper or the seasoning mix of your choice.

(4)Drizzle olive oil over the top of the roast and any spots where the roast touches the sides of the pot.

(5)Coat the top of the roast with apple sauce.

(6)Cover and cook 4-6hr on high or 6-10hr on low. The longer it cooks the more tender it will be.

(7)Push Carrots and potatoes in to the cooking juices one to two hours before cooking is done. (If the juices are bubbling it should only take one hour to cook carrots and potatoes.)

(8)When roast is done serve with carrots and potatoes on the side. Enjoy!

I have also added this recipe to Simply Modern Mom's Over-Used Recipe Swap. Go over and check it out!

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