This recipe came with my slow cooker cookbook. I absolutely love it and you can make it as spicy as you like! Everyone loves it. Serve on a bun with coleslaw. You can even put the coleslaw on the sandwich and it's great! Ive used many kinds of pork roast, but it's great with pork loin--no bones or fat to worry about.
This is a pretty easy recipe, but takes some effort. It is very good. Sometimes I have used only the 1 1/2 cups of wine and sometimes a whole bottle, so get something cheap. Also, instead of making the gravy in the same pan, I had to pour it into a saucepan and make it that way. I have added a water/cornstarch mixture to thicken it. Normally served with rice or mashed potatoes.
I found this on "allrecipes.com" and it's delicious and easy. I did not steam the green beans first, just put them in the oil and stir-fried for about 5 minutes or so, then added the liquid ingredients. I like my beans a little crisper. I also used Texas Pete sauce instead of chili sauce. Any hot sauce will do.
This is a very easy and healthy dish. I got the recipe out of a book called "Low Fat and Loving It" by Ruth Spear and we LOVE this. We cook it on the grill (never under the broiler) and it comes out great. The marinade is cooked and used as sauce. We serve with fried rice or regular rice and use the sauce on that as well. NOTE: I add the crushed red peppers to the marinade initially, not at the end where stated.
This recipe was given to me years ago in a recipe swap by my Aunt Shirley. It won 2nd place in the 1995 Mississippi Beef Cook-Off. I use medium or hot picante sauce because we like ours a little hotter. You can also use less cheese and ground turkey and it's just as fabulous. It is an easy recipe and we have it with some great jalapeno cheese bread!
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