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#5566522 - 01/26/15 09:47 PM Crock Pot Pork
DannyB Offline
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Registered: 09/15/04
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Loc: N.E. TX
Some of you post such elaborate great looking dishes I'm ashamed to post something this easy. If it wasn't soooo good I wouldn't. We did this the past two Sundays in a row.

The first one was labeled Pork Loin Roast. The next one was labeled Pork Sirloin Roast. They looked about the same to me. Each was around 5 pounds.

All we did was put a pretty good amount of salt, pepper, and a package of Italian Seasoning on the meat. We rubbed it in well and then seared each side until semi brown on a gas grill, about 5-10 minutes I think. Then put it in a crock pot, fat side up, on high with about an inch of water in the bottom. About 4-5 hours later it just fell to pieces in the crock pot.

#5566585 - 01/26/15 10:21 PM Re: Crock Pot Pork [Re: DannyB]
trapperben Online   content

Registered: 11/11/14
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Loc: Lubbock and Texas
Crock Pots are great. I have never cooked pork in one though. Think I will try one soon.

#5566769 - 01/27/15 06:54 AM Re: Crock Pot Pork [Re: DannyB]
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Registered: 05/30/11
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I do a lot of pork in a crock pot. Next time try using chicken broth instead of water and rub/season to taste/ with fajita seasoning and a little cumin & paprika after you shred with a little juice. Toast up some corn tortillas & add a little white cheese. food


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