Slow- Cooked Pork Roast

       It seems like we have been making a lot of Pork dishes lately. Pork is much cheaper then some other meats, and besides it gives us a chance to be creative when It comes to pork. This recipe was so easy to prep.Slow cooking some meals means more time for reading blogs, and more recipe research.

Difficulty: Easy

Servings: 6

Time: Prep to Finish- 7 1/2 hrs.

INGREDIENTS:

3 lb                               Pork Roast

2 tsp                              Salt

2 tsp                              Pepper

1 tsp                              Coriander

2 tsp                              Garlic (minced)

1                                    Onion (cut into quarters)

3                                    Potatoes ( peeled, cut into wedges)

3                                    Carrots (peeled, sliced)

4 c                                 Beef stock/broth

DIRECTIONS:

– Remove Roast from packaging.

– In small bowl, add salt, pepper, coriander, and garlic, mix well.

– Rub the roast with the seasoning.

– Add a small amount of oil to a frying pan, Sear the roast til browned on all sides.

– In slow cooker add Stock or broth and onion.

– Once the Roast is done browning add to the slow cooker. Cook on high for 1 hr.

– Turn slow cooker to medium low heat for another 4 hrs.

– After 4 hrs, add carrots and potatoes and allow to cook another 1 1/2 hrs.

 I hope you enjoy this as much as we did.

We had this along with our Homemade Pork Gravy, With a Buttered bun on the side.

What is your favorite Pot roast Seasonings?

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