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I have the rival cook book. Let me know if you would like me to post the origiinal. Your recipe is very close to the original from the book but alittle different.
This was the best pork roast I've ever eaten! My guys loved it too! I rubbed the pork roast down with Lawry's seasoning salt, browned it in a skillet and followed the rest of the recipe to a T. Perfect!
Very good! Very tender!!! This is going in the recipe box and will be made again the next time pork butt roast goes on sale! I served it with mashed potatoes and gravy made with the liquid left in the crock pot. Thank you!
The recipe was super. I used smoked paprika along with the stated seasonings and doubled the onions came out fantastic. THANKYOU...............................
This was so easy and very tasty. I used Jack Stack BBQ seasoning, and cooked the pork in the dutch oven I used to brown it in the oven at 260 for 7 hours. It was perfect.Next time I am going to add a jalapeno and a little garlic to the pot.
Succulent! I punctured the roast and stuck in garlic cloves. Quite Delicious!
The best pork roast i've ever made!
So easy and soooo delicious! Seasoned with whole garlic, onions, lemon pepper. Added carrots and fingerling potatoes later in the day. Started it on high for about 3 hours, then cooked on low the rest of the day. Just enjoyed leftovers with a little barbeque sauce added on top although not really needed.
Shannon, God bless you. Like you this was my favorite recipe from the Rival recipe booklet and I also lost mine. I have been looking for this recipe for many years. I could never remember how much soy sauce or water to use. I do remember however, that it called for a clove of garlic slivered, make little slits all over roast and insert the garlic slivers then broil on each side about 10 minutes. Then proceed with the rest of the recipe. I can't thank you enough for posting this recipe.
This recipe make the best butt ever! It is the only one I use now since I tried it a couple of years ago. Easy, tender, and smells great cooking.