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This turned out fantastic. I didn't brown the pork. Instead, I put the pork in the slow cooker on high while I prepared the other ingredients. I used about a 1/2 pound more potatoes (red), omitted the marjoram (didn't have any) and decreased the salt to 1/2 tsp (figured the gravy and broth had enough salt). I also added a bay leaf. My whole family loved it. I found no need to add anything to thicken the stew before serving, probably due to the extra potatoes. Awesome!

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for the love of veggies September 06, 2009

This really turned out perfect for me. Very simple. I used boneless pork rib removed excess fat and cubed. The cut of meat was very tender. I chose red potatoes and ended up with the best textured potato I have ever gotten out of a stew. I substituted homemade Turkey Broth instead of canned chicken. Thanks for the simple basic recipe.

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richabby February 10, 2004

Yum! I didn't brown the pork and found that not to be necessary at all. I also didn't add carrots out of personal preference. I added a bay leaf. This is so satisfying, and you can reheat and eat all week.

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nycbudgetcook January 25, 2012

Loved this. I omitted the gravy package and used cut up pork chops for this recipe. Didn't have mixed vegetables, so put in some corn and peas. Great stuff! We'll be making this again. :)

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PrairieRose March 01, 2011

Will make again

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karlaknighton January 16, 2011

This was pretty good. I only used onions instead of any vegetables as I wanted to serve this over rice. I didn't use any marjoram. I used only 1 pkg. of gravy. Next time I would not use any salt as the gravy mix and broth made it very salty tasting. There are endless possibilities of using different gravy mixes with this. A mushroom gravy, a pork gravy and onion soup mix would all be good. I had to thicken this before serving. By the way the smell was really good and was making me hungrier by the minute.

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Catnip46 June 29, 2010

This stew was perfect. I used a bone-in pork roast; trimmed it off the bone and trim away much of the fat. Browned the meat in my dutch oven the deglazed the pan with the chicken broth before adding it to the Crockpot. I used celery and onion instead of the frozen veggies because that is what I had. Absolutely Yummy! Thank You! This is a great way to use those inexpensive pork roasts.

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banyan1027 February 25, 2010

Need the perfect recipe for those small pieces of pork loin that don't qualify for boneless chops? Well here it is. I go to Sam's and buy a whole boneless pork loin then slice it up into chops. On both ends there are always pieces left that I would freeze. Trying to decide how to use them has always been a challenge since I hate to cook. I tried this and it was the perfect solution. So easy. Loved it! Thanks

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Marilyn Collari July 31, 2007

My family loved it! I used two packets of low sodium gravy and thickened it with cornstarch at the end. I also added some extra veggies, celery seed and bay leaves. I omitted the marjoram and browning the pork. It was so very easy. Thanks. :)

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stanzacp June 16, 2007

Excellent. I used pork loin, which worked great. There's a reason the majority of my online collection is from MizzNezz. Another winner!

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tinajoebob December 19, 2006
Crock Pot Pork Stew