Perfect Crock Pot Pork Roast

by Nancy

I'd forgotten how good pork roast can be! I just trimmed off a bit of fat, plopped it into the Crock Pot, set it on Low, and put it in the garage so the tantalizing aroma wouldn't have me drooling all over the house for the rest of the day.

I didn't put canned soup or dried onion soup mix over it, which can also be done, but I did sprinkle a bit of Lawry's season salt on it.

I wasn't disappointed! By suppertime, the meat was falling-apart tender, and incredibly scrumptious! I tore it apart a little bit for the kids, spooned a bit of the juice over the meat on each plate, and everybody chowed down. Easy perfection!

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Nov 29, 2016
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by: Anonymous

Thank you for sharing with us.This is really great,unique and very informative post, i like it.

Aug 30, 2011
I agree
by: Lyn - Utah

I do our's the same, except that I sprinkle the roast with crushed rosemary leaves. The juices make a delicious gravy. Definitely one of the easiest meals I make.

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