Like hot dogs for baseball, it seems like pork was almost invented for the slow cooker. Toss in the roast and your favorite flavors. The slow cooker does the work.
Can't make it much easier than this, pal. Drop a pork roast in a slow cooker, stir some stuff up and pour it on top, then set and wait for your house to fill with the amazing smell of roasting meat. 4 hours later, you've got one delicious meal.
Toss just three ingredients in your slow cooker and you'll have sweet, delicious meat for sandwiches or anything else. Also includes tips to make gravy once the "cooking" is done.
When the slow cooking of this delicious roast is done, you'll make an incredible gravy to serve over the fall-off-the-bone pieces.
Fall-off-the-bone pork covered in simple plum sauce. Easy enough to make for weeknight dinner, nice enough for holiday dinner.
The classic Cajun trio of onion, celery and green bell pepper gets tucked into a pork roast, to spread their tasty flavor during a full day of cooking. Don't worry, you don't have to stick around--your slow cooker does the work.
A simple complement to your Turkey Day menu, this slow cooker pork roast features the flavor of cranberry sauce.
Shredded pork mixed in chili verde, served in tacos, burritos, or just by itself as the main course.
Finish your dinner prep before breakfast. How? With this easy slow cooker recipe. After 8 hours of cooking (when you can be out at work, or on a weekend day trip), come home with warming tortillas as your only pre-dinner chore.