How to slow cooker a pork loins

Slow cooker pork is a very versatile and tasty meal.

This slow cooker recipe will help you make a quick and delicious meal for all of your friends, family, and neighbors!

Ingredients: 1 lb pork loiners – the tenderloin will hold up to 5-6 pounds of meat, depending on your recipe 1 Tbsp.

olive oil (or more to taste) 1/4 tsp.

garlic powder 1 Tbs.

dried thyme 1 tsp.

dried parsley, finely chopped 2 cups of chopped onion 1 tsp.-1 tsp.

kosher salt 1/2 tsp.

black pepper, or more to flavor (or to taste if using pepperoni) Directions: In a large slow cooker, combine the pork loiner, olive oil, garlic powder, thyme, parsley and salt.

Cook on high heat, covered for 20-25 minutes, until tender.

Drain and rinse.

In a small bowl, combine pork loINs meat, onions, and salt; set aside.

In another large bowl, stir together the broth, pork sauce, and thyme.

Pour over the pork.

Add the cooked pork loINS meat mixture and stir well.

Cover and cook on low for 2 hours or on high for 3 hours.

Serve immediately.

Note: I found the porkloins to be much easier to handle than the pork tenderloins, so I usually cook my pork lo INs first.

If you like a more tenderloIN, you can substitute the pork with ground pork.

For more pork tenderlOOIN recipes, check out my pork tenderlinin.

Recipe Notes: I used an inexpensive, nonstick oven-safe skillet, which is very inexpensive and has very little to no impact on cooking time.

I also used a 6″ skillet for the cooking time, which I found to be more forgiving.

If using a large skillet, I found that the sauce required more cooking time than the loIN, so the recipe could be modified to include ground pork instead of the pork broth.

This recipe is best eaten within a day or two.

For additional flavor, you could also use a bit of minced onion or a bit more chopped garlic.

If this recipe makes your blood boil, you should definitely take a break and get some rest before continuing!

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