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Slow-Cooker Sweet & Sour Pork

Slow-Cooker Sweet & Sour Pork recipe
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Put this pork loin recipe in the slow cooker in the morning and come home to a tasty dish that combines tangy barbecue sauce with sweet, tender pineapple.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
6 hr 45 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
1/6/2010
I did as several people suggested and kept the pork loin whole (after braising) to cook in the crock pot. Also used regular rice, cooked in the juices I pulled out of the crock pot instead of instant. Great dinner!
posted:
8/21/2009
This recipe had a nice taste, very similar to the sweet and sour dishes that get at Chinese restaurants. It was also easy to prepare. I let it cook on low while I was at work and the pork was very dry. I think I either should have used larger pieces of pork or not cooked it for so long. I like the idea in one review to use the whole tenderloin. I'll try that next time. I also couldn't find the Kraft sauce, but I used another brand with no problems.
posted:
3/19/2009
I enjoyed this, and it got raves from my husband too. I bought pork that was already cubed, and I browned it beforehand with a little salt and pepper. We had it for dinner Sunday night and then ate the leftovers Tuesday night. Kudos.
posted:
2/19/2009
I enjoyed this recipe, and my family did too. I saw complaints about the pork being dry/bland. What I did to avoid these food tragedies is this: 1) Rather than cutting the loin into pieces, I left it whole. Before I threw everything into the slow cooker, I preheated a skillet and a bit of olive oil until the oil just started to smoke. Then I added the loin and browned the outside for about a minute or two on all four sides. This serves two purposes: First, getting a nice crust on the outside of the pork helps to seal in all those tasty juices, and it really helps to enhance the pork flavor so that it really shines in the meal. 2) I don't do instant white rice - it tastes like cardboard!!! (Kind of like instant potatoes... hmm...) I made a mix of my favorite short-grain sticky-rice (available at any Asian food store, and even Wal-mart carries a few options), and my favorite Jasmine rice (long grain, LOTS of flavor). This made the meal more authentic, AND the rice had a TON more flavor t
posted:
12/16/2008
This recipe was okay. I had a hard time finding the Kraft sweet & sour sauce and had to go with a different brand. It wasn't one of my favorites. Definitely cook for about 6 hours in the slow cooker, cooking longer makes the pork tough.
posted:
11/3/2008
We really liked this but I found the rice had to cook WAY longer than 20 minutes. Other than that it was great!
posted:
10/18/2008
Very good, low carb dinner.
posted:
10/8/2008
I did omit the onion (not a fan fave in my house) but it was soooooo good!
posted:
9/4/2008
It's very good and easy to make it.
posted:
8/31/2008
I thought this was VERY easy and tasty! I cooked it for 6 hours NOT 7 before adding the rice. I cooked the rice for an extra 20 minutes and the whole thing turned out perfect.
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