If you like lots of gravy then double the whole cranberry sauce and French dressing, for a a larger roast adjust cooing time --- this also may be made successfully cooked in the oven at low temperature.
Just something I threw together one day when we were going to be gone all day and I didn't want to do the same old (but yummy) crock pot roast. The "drippings" from this dish make a very flavorful gravy to serve with the roast and mashed potatoes. I think this would be good with a few sliced carrots and celery tossed in also. **This can also be used with moose and other wild game** This is a nice way to cook wild game that tends to be a bit dry. You can add water if it is too salty for your tastes.
When a coworker told me about these pork chops, I knew I had to try them. I mean it just doesn't get any easier and for someone like me, with a full-time career AND a full-time job as Mommy, I rely on easy recipes to make sure the family gets fed! The recipe just called for the chops and the soup mix but I added the onions for extra flavor. They caramelize so nicely and really complement the flavor of the soup. These pork chops are so tasty and tender you only need a fork. Enjoy!
This can also be made using chicken pieces or breasts, top the sauce over potatoes, the sauce is delicious! use you favorite BBQ sauce for this, I like KC Masterpiece. For extra flavor and less cooking time you can brown the pork chops or chicken before placing in the slow cooker. Cooking time is only estimated depending on the thickness of the pork chops. Reduce the recipe by half for 4-6 pork chops, this is *very* good! ;-)
Great, hearty tasting dish. Everyone enjoys this recipe. It states to cook for 4-6 hours, but I find that 4 hours is adequate and it may overcook at 6 hours, so be sure and check it at the 4 hour mark. The last hour of cooking you may want to take cover off and turn to high to thicken up a bit if it seems a little thin.
I found this recipe at cdkitchen.com. My local grocery store was offering a buy one get one free on boneless pork shoulders. I found this recipe and it was so good! I started it before I left for work and the smell in the kitchen when I got home was making me so hungry! Hope you enjoy...by the way...the leftovers are excellent...I think leftovers over buttered noodles, but the mashed potatoes were great too
I was in the mood for spaghetti for dinner, but had a pork loin that needed to be used so instead of doing my usual barbecue sauce and pork, I decided to try the spaghetti sauce instead. I was not disappointed. The pork was fork tender and the sauce served over spaghetti was delicious!
I found this recipe on a low carb recipe site and I served it last night (my husband has been begging me to make Jambalaya and I finally found a low-carb version). It was excellent, easy to make, and had a nice kick to it (I added extra hot sauce, which might explain why it had a nice kick to it :-). If you are not eating low-carb, then I am sure you can add some rice to it (or serve it on top of rice). Enjoy!