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Crock-Pot Pork Loin Shopping Tips
Bone-in cuts tend to be slightly less expensive than their boneless counterparts, and have more flavor.
Crock-Pot Pork Loin Cooking Tips
According to the USDA, the recommended internal temperature for cooked pork should be 145 degrees Fahrenheit.
10 Slow Cooker Pork Recipes to Rely On
Welcome to Slow Cooker Week! We’re sharing all our favorite Crock Pot recipes, tips, tricks, and advice this week—and including the Instant Pot, of course, since it slow cooks too. Here, check out the best Crock Pot pork recipes around.
The union of pork and slow cooker is a match made in pig heaven. This is the time to take advantage of those large, inexpensive cuts such as the shoulder (a.k.a Boston butt) and belly. (Ribs and sausage are also welcome to the party.) Transforming these sturdy slabs of swine into juicy, fork-tender mounds of meat will require hours, several in fact, but it’s absolutely worth it. Below you’ll find some of our favorite crock pot pork recipes that are not only mouthwatering, but also extremely easy to execute. They’re great for families or large gatherings, but if you’re flying solo or cooking for two, not to worry, you can take advantage of leftovers for days!
Easy Slow Cooker Pulled Pork
It’s incredible how a dish so simple to prepare can pack such a wallop of flavor. The key here is a multi-prong effort beginning with a spice rub consisting of pantry staples—dark brown sugar, chili powder, cumin, and cinnamon. Phase two involves letting the meat cook on a bed of garlic and onions moistened with chicken broth. For extra tang, consider adding a couple of cups of barbecue sauce. The only hard part is deciding how to serve your pulled pork. Sandwiches (with slaw, of course)? Nachos? Whether you go au natural or take advantage of a carb vessel, it’s bound to be delicious. Get our Easy Slow Cooker Pulled Pork recipe.
Slow Cooker Pork Ramen
This nine hour endeavor is a far cry from instant ramen. The extra long intermingling of chicken broth, pork, yellow onion, garlic, ginger, leek, mushrooms yields otherworldly results. Seek out fresh ramen noodles, but if you can’t find any, Chinese egg noodles or linguine work too. One slurp and you’ll never mess with the powder stuff again. Get our Slow Cooker Pork Ramen recipe.
Slow Cooker Honey-Ginger Pork
Nothing is sweeter than tender pork shoulder that’s been simmering in a sauce made with honey. Soy sauce, mirin and ginger (of course) also make the cut adding spicy and salty layers to this Asian-inspired all-star. Toss in a jalapeño for extra heat and serve over soba noodles. Get our Slow Cooker Honey-Ginger Pork recipe.
Slow Cooker Pork and Sauerkraut
Summer may be grilled hot dog season, but during the winter this sausage and sauerkraut mashup is where it’s at. The recipe is based on the hearty classic Alsatian choucroute garnie and features kielbasa plus boneless country spareribs because you can never have enough pork. Up the homey factor of the dish by making your own kraut. Get our Slow Cooker Pork and Sauerkraut recipe.
- Pork tenderloin (You can use different cuts of pork.)
- Brown Sugar
- Balsamic Vinegar
- Soy Sauce
Crock-Pot Pork Roast
You may not normally think to turn to your slow cooker for a large, lean piece of meat, but this dish will definitely change your mind. Pork loin becomes super tender and juicy as it cooks, and the sweet and tangy glaze on the outside seals the deal. Don&rsquot skip these essential, flavor-building steps to get the most out of this dish.
This isn&rsquot one of those &ldquodump everything into your slow cooker and walk away&rdquo type of dish. But, it's for good reason! Giving your pork loin a nice sear on the outside helps the meat develop flavors and locks in its juices.
Go low and slow.
Allowing your pork loin to cook for up to 6 hours (depending on its size) is totally worth it. The final product is tender and delicious, and doesn&rsquot dry out at all. Plus, it&rsquos mostly hands off. Utilize one of those hours to roast some vegetables to serve on the side. We love it with roasted carrots, fennel, and red onion.
The best part of this dish has got to be the glaze. Balsamic, soy sauce, brown sugar, and garlic are simmered into a tangy syrup that we want to put on everything. The reduction is basted onto the meat during the last hour of cooking, developing a flavorful crust on the pork. If you'd like to add even more flavor, feel free to sub in low-sodium chicken broth, or wine, for all or most of the water.
40+ Easy Crock Pot Express Recipes
Ok so you’re looking for a few easy Crock Pot Express recipes…..well we have a bunch and are adding new ones of our own and our favorite blogger’s recipes every day!! Being able to cook in a Crockpot has always been amazing, but recently, they’ve upped their game. If you’ve yet to cook with the Crock pot Express crock multi-use programmable pot, you are in for a treat. Not only does it take place of several appliances that you may be storing in your kitchen, it cuts down the cooking time dramatically for ALL recipes. Some cook in just 15 minutes total! (affiliate links present)
You can slow cook, pressure cook, steam, make rice and homemade yogurt, brown, saute and much more….. all with this one “fancy” appliance. What are you waiting for? You can find the Crock Pot Express you see here on my counter and try it out for yourself. This is a must-have for your kitchen!
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- First here are some must have Crock Pot brand Express Accessories!
- You can grab a free Crock Pot Express cookbook here as well as a Keto Crockpot Express cookbook to help you in your pressure cooking journey!
- Then print out these cooking times for your reference.
Looking for some easy new Crock Pock Express recipes you say? Here are some awesome ones to get you started!
There’s nothing this express crock multi cooker can’t do really.
Crock Pot Express Beef Recipes
- Get ready for a St. Patty’s day feast! Total comfort food, it doesn’t get any juicier or tender than this! Because you can never have too many ribs recipes.
- This pressure cooker roast beef is the bomb! Get ready for a crowd pleasure with this recipe! Beefy, hearty and delicious.
Crock Pot Express Chicken Recipes
- – The cheapest and easiest dinner you’ll ever make in this multi cooker pressure cooker. (photo below)
- Yummy Chicken Orzo Soup Soon to be a staple on your weeknight meal plan! Not only does it look great, it tastes even better. A true crowd favorite.
- Simple and homemade Crock Pot Express Pinto Bean Soup Healthy and full of flavor. In need of a hearty chili, but don’t have a ton of time to prepare? If you an hour to spare, you’ve got time with this chili recipe. Everything you want on your baked potato will be also found in this soup. Full of beans and cheese! Chicken AND sausage? Perfection.
- – Oh yes you’ve gotta’ try it. (photo above)
- Best pressure cooker chicken feast for your family What else can cook a whole rotisserie chicken in under 30 minutes? Your Crockpot Express can. Shred it and pair it with any veggies of your choice.
Crock Pot Express Pork Recipes
Crock Pot Express Soup Recipes
- – seriously the best healthy and flavorful soup in just 18 minutes.
Crock Pot Express Side Dishes
More recipes please. Here you go!
- Super simple…and cheesy recipe. A fun take on a classic dish. Meat, cheese, and veggies? A complete meal in one! Smoked salmon in 5 minutes? Game on. Great recipe to serve over noodles!
If you’re also looking for Ninja Foodi recipes, we have a resource for those too!
- Unbelievably delicious, and super cheesy. This dish has all the flavors. Love tofu? You’ll love this! Thanksgiving dinner in your Crockpot Express? Absolutely.
And if those options aren’t enough, take a look at this long list of Instant Pot recipes which you can easily adapt to be used in this pressure cooker too.
Have fun and if you have another one that should be featured on our Crock Pot Express Recipes post let us know! You will be in awe and amazed at how efficient it is and how well it cuts your cooking time down!
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The hardest part of this recipe is lugging out your slow cooker. We place the pork loin into the slow cooker and cover it with BBQ rub and rub it in. Then flip it over and cover the other side and rub it in.
Now we just place the lid and set it to cook on low for 8 hours or high for 4 hours.
The meat will literally fall apart when it is finished. I like to shred the meat right in the crock pot with the juices to keep this crock pot pork loin extra moist.
Most pork loins are around 5 pounds so I like to make the pulled pork and then freeze half of it for future recipes. You can freeze it for up to 6 months in a freezer safe container.
After it is all shredded, top it with your favorite BBQ sauce.
Then you can serve it however you want! I love to have mine with some crispy keto coleslaw on top. So good!
Trisha Yearwood's Crock Pot Pork Loin
The meat was so tender it just fell apart when I tried to cut it. But what set this recipe above the others was the gravy. I love anything smothered in gravy!
- 2 & 1/2 to 3 lb pork loin, trimmed of all visible fat
- 1/2 tsp garlic powder
- 1/4 tsp ground ginger
- 1/8 tsp dried thyme
- 1/4 tsp black pepper
- 1 tbs vegetable oil
- 2 cups chicken broth
- 2 tbs lemon juice
- 3 tsp soy sauce
- 3 tbs cornstarch
- salt and pepper, to taste
- Season the pork loin lightly with salt. In a small bowl combine the garlic powder, ginger, dried thyme, and black pepper. Rub the seasoning over the surface of the pork loin.
- In a skillet heat the oil and brown the pork loin on all sides. Transfer the pork to the crock pot. Combine the chicken broth, lemon juice, and soy sauce pour over the pork loin.
- Cover and cook on low heat for 8 to 10 hours, or on high for 4 to 5.
- After cooking, transfer the roast to a platter and keep warm.
- To make the gravy, pour the liquid from the crock pot into a measuring cup. Skim off the fat. Measure two cups of the liquid, adding water if needed. Transfer to a sauce pan reserving 1/2 cup of the liquid.
- Stir the cornstarch into the reserved liquid, then stir into the liquid in the sauce pan. Heat, stirring frequently, until the gravy is thick. Taste and season with salt and pepper, if needed. Serve the roast with the gravy.
Nutrition data was provided and calculated by Nutritionix, and should only be used as a general guideline. This information is provided as a courtesy and there is no guarantee that the information will be completely accurate.
You need a good crock pot for this boneless pork roast recipe slow cooker.
If you are in the market for something new, I really love my Ninja cooker. The nice thing about this is you can brown the meat in the same slow cooker.
It is so handy to just have the one pan to clean. It has become of my favorite kitchen appliances.
I also really like this crockpot as well. I use this all the time and it’s great.
My favorite feature is that you can lock the lid down. This is awesome for when you need to take the crockpot somewhere.
I often use the slow cooker to take dishes to potluck events and this feature is amazing! There are several others on sale here.
Another favorite is this programmable crock pot for when I am am not at home all day. I love coming home to a nice meal ready and waiting!
I also like to use crock pot liners to make clean up a breeze. These are worth every penny and save a ton of time.
Chef John's Best Pork Tenderloin Recipes
Chef John does wonders with pork tenderloin. He calls it "one of the best, and easiest, protein choices there is." Lean and versatile, pork tenderloin is equally comfortable at fancy holiday dinners or busy weeknight meals. Here&aposs a little more from Chef John in praise of pork tenderloin: "It&aposs the &aposfilet mignon&apos of pork. Yes, it is more expensive, but it&aposs all edible (no bone or fat to trim away), and as you&aposll see, it&aposs a very user friendly cut of meat." And with that, let&aposs get to our favorite Chef John pork tenderloin recipes.
1. Stuffed and Rolled Pork Tenderloin
Roll up pork tenderloin with a stuffing mixture of fresh parsley, rosemary, garlic, plain breadcrumbs, and currants. "Sometimes you just have to show off," says Chef John. "This is one of my many recipes that looks very impressive to your dinner guests but is, in fact, quite simple and easy to prepare. " Watch the video to see a super simple way to tie the roast with kitchen twine.
2. Chef John's Yucatan-Style Grilled Pork
This marinade features an abundance of minced garlic, annatto powder, chipotle pepper, cumin, cayenne, oregano, and three kinds of citrus juice. "This may not be an authentic Yucatan peninsula recipe, but it&aposs just like a similarly named dish I had at a sports bar," says Chef John. "It has vibrant citrus/chile flavors and a beautiful orange hue from ground annatto."
3. Chef John's Baby Porchetta
Rub the tenderloin with an aromatic paste of fennel, garlic, sage, rosemary, red pepper flakes, olive oil, and lemon zest and wrap it up with bacon strips and roasted until the bacon is crispy and the pork "is amazingly moist and tender," says Chef John.
4. Chef John's City Chicken
This breaded and fried mock chicken drumstick is actually made with chopped pork tenderloin! Chef John explains the backstory: "This fascinating pork-on-a-stick recipe is American cuisine in a nutshell. City cooks, who couldn&apost get chicken, would take scraps from much cheaper, at the time, pork and build something similar to what you see here. Long after chicken became cheap and plentiful, people kept making and eating this anyway. Serve with honey mustard."
5. Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Fresh Plum Sauce
You&aposll roast pork tenderloin with caramelized red onions and shallots and firm fresh plums. Then deglaze the pan with balsamic vinegar and a little cold butter to create a deeply flavorful sauce. "When shopping for this recipe be sure to choose plums (or any other stone fruit) that are fairly firm so they keep their shape after roasting," says Chef John. "You know that selfish jerk that has to feel-up every piece of fruit before deciding on one? This time, be that jerk."
6. Folded Pork Cutlets
Chef John&aposs method for pork tenderloin cutlets calls for folding the pork after pounding it thin, which seals in the flavorful seasonings. "I thought I&aposd seen all there was to see when it came to pan-fried pork cutlets, but then I saw something called Katsu &aposMille-Feuille,&apos and I realized I hadn&apost seen anything yet," says Chef John. "Okay, I&aposm being a little dramatic, but I really loved the unusual look and feel, as well as the internal flavoring opportunities the multi-layer technique provides. I look forward to seeing what you come up with! Served here with a salad and a squeeze of lemon on top."
Slow Cooker Pork Loin
- Cover the crock pot and turn on low for 6-8 hours, or high for 2-4 hours. Once the potatoes are tender, dinner is ready.
- Take out the tenderloin and cut into thin slices. Place on a platter, surrounded by vegetables.
- Taste the gravy, and season with salt and pepper as needed. Then pour the gravy over the pork and serve.
Crock Pot Pork Loin
Crock pot pork loin doesn’t get much easier and the results don’t get much better! We’re talking about slow and low cooking, which produces one of the best pork loin results, ever.
Lately, I have been trying out some crock pot recipes since we have a baby on the way. Crock pot recipes are great because you can get them ready easily and then forget about them until they are ready! This crock pot pork loin was super easy and when paired with couscous, creates a flavorful and unforgettable meal.
Crock Pot Pork Loin , 2.0 out of 5 based on 4 ratings
- 2 to 2 1/2 pound boneless pork loin, trimmed of fat
- 2 T olive oil
- 3/4 c chicken broth
- 2 1/2 T Cavender’s Greek Seasoning
- 6 peeled garlic cloves
In a small bowl, combine the oil, broth, and seasoning. Cut small slits with a paring knife into the pork roast. Stick one garlic clove in each slit. Place the pork in a four quart crock pot and pour the broth mixture over the top. Cover the crock pot and cook on low for 6 hours until the pork is tender. Remove the pork from the crock pot and place into a large mixing bowl, shred with two forks or slice into thin cuts or pork. Return the shredded pork or cuts to the crock pot and toss with the liquid. Serve the meat over couscous. If you’ve made too much, barbecue shredded pork is on the menu for tomorrow.