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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 03:52 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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    I do love quick and fast recipes. Will definitely try this one. My standard is three ingredients --more than that and I don't want to bother. Of course, I do live alone so that does make a difference in how much effort one puts into cooking--especially when the quilting room is right next to the kitchen.

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    Looks great...Thanks for sharing..

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    It is more fun when you share good things...or at least I think so. I have loved the recipes I have tried from this site, and all the quilting tips, as well.

    I do not know why diet soda would not work as well as the non-diet. I think I would try it once at least and test it out. I think dried onion mix has other ingredients in it, or maybe that was dried vegetable soup in the picture...just to make it look 'more' colorful and appealing to the eye? Don't we all adapt each recipe to our own taste buds, experimenting a bit...leaving out an item or two and adding what our family likes...making less or making more of something??

    I have not found the Campbell's Soup latest product that you add to the Crock pot to flavor it...has anyone tried that?

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    Yes, diet soda works, as does using 2 different sodas in the same recipe.....such as Mt. Dew and Pepsi, or whatever you have on hand. I try to use up the last of our 2-liter bottles, and sometimes, the "fizz" has gone out of the soda, but they still do the job. I've heard that the soda is used as the liquid in the recipe, and to tenderize the meat. I've even used grape soda, but it gives it a weird color! In my defense, that's all I had on hand at the time.......
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    I have my roast in the crock pot.... I found a can of reg. soda left from Christmas.... love to do roast on Sunday and we have meals from it all week.... more time for sewing that way....lol

    PS Thanks Debbie for info on diet soda....

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    QNS, thanks for the recipe and the link to that site! Lots and lots of recipes there
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    It was looking good til I saw the calorie and fat count. Over 800 calories and 56 grams of fat! Can that be right? That's a bit much for us.

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    the gravy looked absolutely beautiful.... but can't say I cared for the taste... I used Pepsi...... mmmmm made the roast oh so tender and that was delicious....


    Quote Originally Posted by sdeaaz View Post
    I have my roast in the crock pot.... I found a can of reg. soda left from Christmas.... love to do roast on Sunday and we have meals from it all week.... more time for sewing that way....lol

    PS Thanks Debbie for info on diet soda....

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    Thank you so much. What a great site!
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    I just found a simple recipe for crockpot roast and it's to die for: 1-4-5 # boneless chuck roast, 1 pkg. onion soup mix, 1 pkg. dry hidden valley ranch dressing, 1 pkg. AuJus dry mix and 1 cup of beef broth. Dissolve all the dry mixes in the broth, pour over roast and set on low for 8 hrs. It was on Facebook and it's really great.
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    I substitute a can of cranberry sauce if I don't have COKE.

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