I loved it! I used 2 pork tenderloins equally 3.99 lb. I cooked on high for 5.5 hours. I could not find Saucy Susan sauce but I bet it would make it even better. I used apricot jam without missing any flavor. I increased the jam as well. I will mix in 1T (I will play with the amount) minced garlic instead of the cloves. I did not like the taste of the pork more concentrated with the garlic. Yummy!
Moist and tender indeed. I made this twice already! It was much better when cooked on low than on high.
Very good! My husband had two helpings, which is a rarity. Next time I make it I will use 2 cans of sauerkraut so we will have extra kraut to go with the leftover pork. It is just the two of us, so there was plenty of meat.
Oh My God!!!!!! This is even better than your turkey recipe!!!!! This is so easy and the flavors are amazing!!!! Oh My God, thank you so much!!!! Keep the recipes coming@!!!
The dinner was yummy! The sauerkraut was savory and sweet! The meat was really tender. A cup of carrots would have added a lot in color and one less vegetable to make for supper. I served this with mashed potatoes, asparagus and three been salad! Enjoy!
absolutely delicious!! I wouldnt hesitate to make this again. we had it with egg noodles and my family gobbled it up! thank you!
Angenette is so right. This recipe is so, so good!! I'm usually afraid to try these recipes for fear the rest of the family won't like it, but I'm really glad I tried this one! It was so worth it and I can't wait to try it with pork chops!! Thanks for sharing!