Well I can't say anything more than what has been said. The guest I served this to went home with the recipe. The sauce is excellent. So easy and so good. Thanks Mysterygirl.
Awesome recipe....thanks! Meat was tender and delicious, it took less than 5 minutes to prep it and the house smelled wonderful. I added a little bit of garlic and pepper and it was yummy!!!!! Hubby loved it too! Will definetly use this recipe again and again. :)
Good recipe. So tender and moist, easy to prepare. My family liked it really well. It's definatly a keeper, but next time I think I will add a bit more seasonings to kick it up a little. Thanks
I loved this roast!! I used a can of coke and let it in the crockpot for about 7 hours and it was perfect. My husband thought it was a little too sweet but my kids loved it. I will make this again and DH can have a sandwich instead!
This was a great way to cook a pork roast! I didn't know that pork could come out moist and flavorful but this one sure does. I used a very small pork roast and cooked it on low for 6 1/2 hours. After removing the roast, I added cornstarch and let it cook for about 10-15 minutes to thicken. We used the gravy on rice and it was great.
Sorry but I didn't like this recipe, I found the pepsi gave the sauce a metallic taste. Next time I'll make it without the soda.
I know this recipe as "Lana's Coke Roast". Got it from a friend when I lived in North Dakota about 10 years ago. It uses any kind of roast, 1 can of Coke, Cream of Celery soup, and Onion soup mix. Great gravy!!!
MmmmmMmmmm Goood!!!! Love this one. I didn't have any onion soup mix so I just added dehydrated onion, granulated garlic and savor salt. Made a fabulous gravy and it was well received by all. Thanks!!
This was so good! I used diet coke became that is what I had and the gravy was perfect with just a dash of season salt and Tabasco. Roast was tender. Keeper for sure. Thanks!
I tried it twice, each time using half of a pork shoulder butt I bought cheap. The first time, I cooked it like the recipe said, 4 hours on high. It was okay. Not tough, exactly, but a little chewy for our tastes. Second time, I used the low setting and tossed it in before I left for work. When I came home, it was so incredibly tender and tasty, my wife asked for seconds. So, low and slow is the way to go.