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Tamibic - really great recipe. I did a 4 lb pork loin that had been in the freezer for a while and I wanted to cook it. and then freeze some leftovers for future use. Perfect recipe followed it almost to the T. I didn't have A-1 Steak sauce so used Lea & Perrins BBQ sauce - great. I upped the onion a bit and added some fresh mushrooms, no salt (the recipe did not call for any) as the mushroom soup adds enough salt. I agree use fresh garlic. I find for some crock pot recipes dried garlic can give a slightly harsh taste. The recipe ends up a bit like pulled pork but so tasty & tender - great.- 2 hours before finishing the cooking time I added new 2 1/2" potatoes and baby new carrots - meal in one pot. Future uses for the wonderful leftovers include pork enchiladas, sloppy Joes, pork pie, etc etc etc and any recipe that you want pulled pork for. Thoroughly enjoyed this recipe - Please keep posting more! Thanks tamibic a keeper for sure

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Bergy September 17, 2002

Your roast recipe was very yummy, tamibic. I cooked mine on high for 4 hours. That seemed to make mine a little less fall apart, but still tender. I was able to slice it carefully without any problem. The sauce had a excellent smell and flavor. Great for sopping up with bread, too. Thanks for posting this.

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ratherbeswimmin' March 05, 2003

If you like succulent, fall apart with a fork tender pork roast, this is the one to try! This is an incredibly deliciously easy recipe that is fool-proof. I used a 2.5 pound pork loin roast made to exact directions. Cooked on low for about 7 hours. Thank you for a wonder recipe, Tami that will undoubtedly be used over and over again!

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Bev February 03, 2003

I made this in the crockpot as specified the day before I needed it and sliced it (most of it fell apart it was so tender), I put the meat in a 13 x 9 pan and seasoned it with salt, pepper, garlic powder and onion powder. I stored the sauce separately so I could remove any fat after it had solidified. The next day I took the meat and sauce out and set them on the counter for 30 minutes. I poured the sauce over the pork and reheated it at 350 degrees. We served this with mashed potatoes. Rice or noodles would be great also. We will make this again for sure! Thanks for the recipe!

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catmaniacs October 27, 2014

I added potatoes and onions with the roast and cooked on low for 8 hours. It ended up coming out more like a stew but it was really tasty. Will definitely make again.

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lisa6682 March 10, 2011

My daughter made this and it was really nice and easy. We all enjoyed.

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Amyk4 July 22, 2010

This was a great crock pot pork roast. The gravy was just perfect. I'm sure I will be making this more often. Thanks for this lovely recipe.

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gwynn May 01, 2010

This went over so well in our home...I was asked to please make sure and save the recipe... thank you so much for sharing it.

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SharonP June 09, 2009

We absolutely loved this dish!!! I made the full recipe and had enough left over to freeze for another night. I served with mashed potatoes the first time, and with egg noodles the second. Either way, it was a truly delicious and simple dish!

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Leia H. January 12, 2009
Easy Crock Pot Pork Roast