Tasty Pork Tenderloin

Tasty Pork Tenderloin created by cajunhippiegirl

This was good and extremely easy to make. From "Fix-It and Forget-It Lightly." Serve over rice.

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9hrs 5mins
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  • Put pork in crockpot.
  • Mix everything else tog4ether and pour over pork.
  • Cover and cook on high 4-5 hours and then on low for 3-4 hours.
  • Serve over rice.
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"This was good and extremely easy to make. From "Fix-It and Forget-It Lightly." Serve over rice."

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  1. DeniseBC
    This was super easy and we enjoyed it. Made as directed but had a larger pork tenderloin--about 2.5 lbs. Even so, this was plenty of time to cook. It was so tender, there was nothing to do but shred it up. Next time I may just try all day on low as I am usually not here to switch from high to low; I don't think it would hurt at all. I served it with baked sweet potatoes and a California blend of veggies for a yummy supper. Thanks for a tasty way to use up some cranberry sauce in the back of my pantry.
  2. LonghornMama
    Super easy, and my picky family surprised me by really enjoying it. Used organic jellied cranberry sauce which isn't as sweet as commercial varieties. Result had a fruity, slightly barbecue flavor and the pork came out so tender it could have been shredded with a fork. Cooked 5-6 hours on low. Served over brown rice. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
  3. cajunhippiegirl
    Tasty Pork Tenderloin Created by cajunhippiegirl
  4. cajunhippiegirl
    We really enjoyed this. I cooked a 1 1/2 LB Pork Tenderloin, and follwed the recipe to the letter. My 80 yr old Mom LOVED IT. She had seconds at the table, and had a couple of "bites" off the serving platter when she was putting her plate in the sink. The sauce was awesome!!! I would give this more than 5 stars if I could. Made for "This little piggy went to market" event in the Photo Forum for April. Wish my pictures looked as good as this tasted. Served with Brown/Wild Rice and French Style Green Beans. Super Easy and Tasty. Thanks for posting.
  5. echo echo
    This is so quick and easy and smelled so good cooking away in the kitchen. The chops were nice and tender and the sauce was sweet and delicious.
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