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I was absolutely sure that there would be WAY TO MUCH horseradish sauce in this recipe, but made it according to the directions anyway ~ Well, I'm glad I did, 'cause the result was OUTSTANDING!! The only drawback was that I made it for some house-bound neighbors [but since I'd sliced it for them, I got to taste it, anyway]! Definitely have to make it all for myself [& my other half, of course!] another time or two or three! Great & simple recipe! Thanks for posting it!
This is just about the best pork crock recipe I have ever made. It is also very good with chicken or rabbit. Very suculent and the sauce is wonderful.
This was very tasty Cheesehead, very tasty. We both really enjoyed this quick and easy to make dish. The thick sauce was sweet/tangy, smooth/velvety and completely covered the tender roast. The apricot and horseradish are wonderful together. Thank you for sharing this treat.
this is amazing! We love the sauce! I used a large onion because my family loves onion. Thanks for the post!
Very good and simple...Cooked 6 hours and next time will probably actually keep an eye on it after 4 hours...I think 5 hours on low will be perfect. Made a lot of sauce and I had only used 8 oz.each of the preserves and horseradish sauce. My roast was 3.5 lbs. Served with white rice as there was nice sauce I wanted to make use of.
I followed the recipe exactly as written and what a tender, moist roast. It literally could be cut with a fork. I made this for my son and his kids (ages 10 and 13) and they all loved it! Most of the roast was eaten at dinner. Now, with all that said, I really didn't care for the taste of it myself. But I'm giving it 5 stars because I've come to the conclusion, it must be me since everyone else raved about it. I even thickened the sauce and my grandaughter put that on her potatoes as well as the meat. Would recommend anyone try this and nothing could be easier to prepare.
I'm sorry to have to say that this did not thrill me. But I'll leave it open to interpretation because my husband thought it was "Awesome".In fact I had a larger than 12oz jar ofapricot preserves-and still thought the horseradish overpowered the flavor in the meat-but I used ground horseradish and not a creamy sauce-this may be why.I might make it again if my husband requests it,and find horseradish SAUCE and see if this makes a difference. In either case-my husband's enjoying it :)