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Thread: Crock pot Pork Roast

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    Crock pot Pork Roast

    Slow Cooker Cola Pork Roast

    By Crock Pot Girl, February 18, 2014, In mains
    6 Servings ~ 4-5 hours on High, 8-10 hours on Low


    http://www.getcrocked.com/2014/02/18...la-pork-roast/
    Last edited by Up North; 02-23-2014 at 02:52 PM. Reason: removed photo added link

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    Sounds delicious!
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    Sounds easy enough. My question....if only using ingredients mentioned, what is the dark sprinkly stuff on top and what is the orangy material peeking between slices...just curious.......

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    Thanks , I have a pork roast I'm making tomorrow , will try this recipe !!

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    do you think diet soda would work??

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    Sounds great!

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    I forgot about this recipe, use to make it a few years ago, even bought a ceramic bean pot from Pampered Chef for it. Loved the gravy it made. May have to make it again, thank you for the reminder.

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    That sounds and look yummy. I just cubed up 2 pork loin roasts this morning. Browned meat, added sliced onion, garlic and half jalapeno pepper (seeded) . Threw it all in crock pot. Poured a large can of green chili enchilada sauce over and stirred. On HIGH for 3-4 hours then low for 6 hours or longer. My own version of Chile Verde..... Don forget that REYNOLDS makes liners for your crockpot. just empty left overs in a container and throw the bag. No more messy baked on clean up. They are found in the plastic bag/foil aisle at market....

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    Thanks for sharing this recipe - - I will be trying it tomorrow.
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    Thanks for sharing this QuiltingNanaSue, we have enjoyed very recipe that you have shared.
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