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Tangy Slow Cooker Pork Roast

Tangy Slow Cooker Pork Roast

Pork Roast is on sale at Winco for .98/lb.  That's to far for us Salt Lakers but if it goes on sale anywhere else I'll let you know Wednesday.
I added carrots and potatoes to the recipe.  I put in the potatoes first, then the onions, then the roast, and put the carrots all around.

Pour on the sauce and just leave it alone for 5 hours on low (more or less).  I also poked lots of fork holes in the roast.
The sauce did amazing things to the potatoes! (also on sale at Winco, .68 for a 10 lb. bag!!)
I highly recommend this recipe.  My pork didn't "fall apart" but it was really tender.  I probably checked on it too much :)


Lisa R said…
I have to show my husband this one...he seems to be into trying pork recipes ever since he got his smoker, then he moved onto slow cooker recipes since he went on a business trip to Austin, Texas

Thanks for the recipe

sibabe64 at ptd dot net

PS your site has been my favorite for a while now

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