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Very nice change of pace from the pork roasts that i usually fix, & the only thing that changed was my addition of a little lemon pepper when I made the gravy! Served it with a side of homemade applesauce, something I much prefer over sauerkraut, although my other half had some of the latter nearby! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
This is so German!!! DH really enjoyed the flavor as I felt that it lacked some flavor. Well, he is German and I'm not. I like more WOW in my food. He prefers food more on the bland side. This was right up his alley. See what a good wife I am!! The meat was really moist and tender although there seemed to be too much gravy. I would cut that part in half. Served it with German sauerkraut and a baked potato with the gravy on top. German rye bread was also served with the meal. DH was in heaven. Thanks for posting. :)
We love the roast. The flavors are incredible. The caraway seeds really make this recipe. However, the gravy was not well received, just a little bland. I have made this recipe many times, but I omit the gravy part. So still excellent!
This is an excellent way to prepare a pork roast. I actually used a 5 lb bone in, and it took about 5.5 hours in my slow cooker on low. I think my slow cooker cooks hot though. The caraway brings back memories of pork roast dinners at Grandma's House. We really liked this. I'm so glad there are leftovers! Nick's Mom
A very simple, tasty roast that fills the house with the aroma of caraway while it cooks. The roast came out moist and the sauce was great. I doubled the sauce since we love lots of sauce on everything. I served this with German side dishes of mashed potatoes with horseradish, sauerkraut with apples, and German green beans. Thanks Annacia for another good recipe.