Couldn't Be Easier BBQ Pork Tenderloin (Crock Pot)

Couldn't Be Easier BBQ Pork Tenderloin (Crock Pot) created by LimeandSpoon

This is an incredibly easy Crock-Pot recipe that's loaded with flavor. Super tender and moist. Perfect for those days you don't want to mess with dinner.

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6hrs 5mins
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ingredients

  • 3 lbs pork tenderloin
  • 8 ounces of your favorite barbecue sauce (I prefer 'Sweet Baby Ray's Honey BBQ Sauce)
  • 1 small onion (minced)
  • 2 -3 garlic cloves (minced)
  • 2 dashes hot sauce (optional for less sweetness)
  • salt and pepper

directions

  • Salt and pepper pork loin and place in crock pot.
  • Add garlic and onion.
  • Pour BBQ sauce over meat.
  • Add hot sauce and stir to evenly distribute.
  • Cook on LOW for 6-7 hours.
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"This is an incredibly easy Crock-Pot recipe that's loaded with flavor. Super tender and moist. Perfect for those days you don't want to mess with dinner."

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  1. jimmyjake
    Was thinking exactly the same thing about which cut of pork to use, loin or tenderloin - changes everything. Price aside, I love both cuts and primarily use the tenderloin, so I'd hate to waste a whole meal when I could cook it another way. Like the recipe, so I may try it and tweak it, but I usually do a recipe as written the first time, before messing with it...
  2. wgramadzki
    Ingredients list pork TENDERLOIN. Directions say pork LOIN. There's a big difference in cooking these different cuts. Can't see cooking an expensive cut like tenderloin in a crock pot recipe for 6-7 hours! I think this recipe is for pork loin. Need clarification for this recipe. I often run into recipes where tenderloin and loin are use interchangeably which is frustrating. One should know the proper cut of meat to use in a recipe.
  3. Nelson73
    Hello, But shouldn't BBQ sauce be added near the end of the cook or even after the cooking? I noticed when smoking, bbq'ing, and even in over if i add BBQ sauce when starting to cook it hardens, and burns the outside of the meat. I like to add BBQ sauce at the end or near the cooking end, say about 10 minutes before I take it out. So after 6 hours of cooking in slow cooker BBQ sauce doesn't get burnt? I rarely use my slow cooker.
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    Couldn't Be Easier BBQ Pork Tenderloin (Crock Pot) Created by LimeandSpoon
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    Couldn't Be Easier BBQ Pork Tenderloin (Crock Pot) Created by LimeandSpoon
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