Jan 18, 2014

Crock Pot Balsamic Pork Roast


An easy slow cooker recipe made with lean pork in a tangy balsamic sauce.

I love making pork in the slow cooker, it's so easy and literally falls apart once cooked. Here it's cooked with balsamic and honey which gives it a slight tang that I thought was lovely.

Whenever I happen to see a small pork roast in the supermarket, I always pick one up because I know it's an easy dinner. I usually find myself gravitating to the Slow Cooker Kalua Pork each and every time because it's so good and easy to make, but I wanted to switch things up and came across a slow cooker recipe for this balsamic pork recipe on Add A Pinch.

I met Robin just a few months ago while I was in Oregon so I was happy to try one of her recipes. This was so easy to make, and although my husband generally isn't much of a balsamic fan, my toddler and I thought it was great! This recipe is slightly modified from her original but for the most part I followed it pretty close.

I served this with Broccoli and Cheese Twice Baked Potatoes but this would also be great with Roasted Parmesan Green Beans.


Crock Pot Balsamic Pork Roast
Skinnytaste.com
Servings: 8 • Size: 3 oz pork • Old Points: 5 • Weight Watcher Points+: 5 pt
Calories: 214 • Fat: 12 g • Carb: 4 g • Fiber: 0 g • Protein: 21 g • Sugar: 3 g
Sodium: 196 mg  • Cholest: 72 mg


Ingredients:

  • 2 pound boneless pork shoulder roast (sirloin roast)
  • kosher salt, to taste
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • ½ teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • 1/3 cup chicken or vegetable broth
  • 1/3 cup balsamic vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 tablespoon honey


Directions:



Season the pork with salt, garlic powder and red pepper flakes and place it into the slow cooker. Mix together the broth and vinegar and pour it over the pork, then pour the honey over and set the timer for 4 hours on High or 6-8 hours on Low.



Once the pork is cooked and tender (it should shred easily with a fork), remove from slow cooker with tongs into a serving dish. Break apart lightly with two forks and put back into the slow cooker and ladle 1/2 cup sauce over the pork and keep warm until ready to eat.


Adapted from Add A Pinch.

157 comments :

  1. When do you add the red pepper flakes?

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    1. first step

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  2. Looks tasty AND easy - my favorite combo! :) I'm guessing that protein number is a typo, though?

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  3. Is the green thing in the pork a timer like you see in turkey's? Did that come with your pork or can you buy those separately ??

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    1. It just happened to come with it, but not necessary

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  4. Oh my goodness…this looks amazing! I love balsamic vinegar. I will have to try this.

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    1. Hi, I have no balsamic vinegar. I only have red wine vinegar and rice vinegar. What can I use?

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  5. Looks great-love your slow cooker recipes. The only thing I will change is that balsamic vinegar doesn't agree with me. Whenever a recipe calls for it I use fig vinegar(by Vincotto). I think it will taste great with the honey. Thanks again for your great recipes Gina!

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    1. Wow I love and have fig vinegar too! Think I will try it both ways!

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    2. I have some balsamic fig vinegar (from Williams-Sonoma) which I'm trying in this recipe.

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  6. That looks so good. I need to make some slow cooker pork for myself soon. Don't laugh, but I cook pork in the crock pot all the time, except I cook it for my parents' dog. She is allergic to most dog food.

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    1. Interesting that your parents' dog can tolerate pork while allergic to other meats. There's something in pork, an enzyme presumably, that is not handled well by most dogs. Causes gastroenteritis in them. That's why we don't see pork as an ingredient in commercial dog foods.

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    2. all vets say do not give pork to your dog ever because they do not have the enzyme to break it down. people think it's cute when they give their dog a piece of bacon....it causes great discomfort and probably shortening their life.

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    3. I make a lot of pork recipes. Love them. Especially pulled pork on salads. I usually buy a large loin when on sale. I cook about 2-3 lbs for me then package and freeze in small portions. Then I slice up the rest of the raw pork loin and freeze the portions for my dogs meal. My dogs get raw pork, chicken, beef, venison, whatever. They never get sick and healthier than they were when I fed them kibble. Raw pork is fine for dogs.

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    4. Pork is usually considered bad for dogs due to the risk that it might infect the dog with trichinosis, though pork is in itself harmless to dogs. Trichinosis is

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  7. I'm so glad you loved this, Gina! I love the changes you made to it, too. It looks gorgeous and I know it tastes amazing!!! Miss ya! xo

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    1. It was wonderful, and I had to laugh at some of the comments people made on your post about it not looking like the photo, mine looks like yours!

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  8. This looks so good. I will always take a nice slow cooker meal.

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  9. I love this! Simple ingredients, easy and I already want to eat it!

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  10. What about the Worcestershire sauce?

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    1. I was wondering the same thing. I just put this in the crockpot, but went ahead and added the Worcestershire sauce to the balsamic/broth mixture. I hope that's what I was supposed to do.

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    2. I have the same question. I'll try just putting it in with the balsamic/broth mixture as well. Seems logical! :)

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    3. I was wondering about the Worcestershire sauce also? I'm making now so I guess I will do the same, add to balsamic mixture!

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    4. Right. When does the worcestershire sauce get added????

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  11. What would you serve with it? Can I use a pork tenderloin instead if pork shoulder?

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    1. I would think port tenderloin would be too lean for a dish in a crock pot.

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    2. I'm using a pork tenderloin because that is what I have on hand. I may have to cook it less time (like 5-6hrs on low). I have used tenderloin in the crockpot many of times for things like bbq pork, mojo pork, etc, and it has always come out great. I think with the amount of liquid in this recipe, it shouldn't come dry.

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    3. I love using it in the crock pot, less fatty. Just don't over cook it.

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    4. Pork tenderloin is perfect for use in a crock pot. The leaner the meat, the better it cooks in a crock pot. Just be sure to include some liquid for moisture (like maybe a little extra broth), and it will be succulent without being fatty.

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  12. I can't wait to try this, love using the slow cooker. Gina, I need skinny sauce recipes. What sauce could I make to put on this?

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    1. The sauce is included in the recipe! The balsamic and broth mix with the spices to make a flavorful sauce to pour over your meat. Super skinny!

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  13. I don't eat any sugar products including stevia and honey. Is the honey necessary?

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    1. I generally substitute Walden Farms Maple Syrup for Honey, it has no calories or sugar and tastes great.

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  14. Que pinta tan deliciosa!
    Esta no me la pierdo, cae pronto en mi cocina seguro
    Besitos
    Lila

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  15. Que pinta tan deliciosa!
    Esta no me la pierdo, cae pronto en mi cocina seguro
    Besitos
    Lila

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  16. Why is there worcestershire sauce listed in the ingredients...there is none in the directions? Do you add it at the same time as broth and vinegar?

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    1. Yes, I believe you do

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    2. Add it with the broth, sorry

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  17. What is the sauce you use after it is done? I didn't see a recipe for a sauce.
    And when is the worcestershire sauce used?

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    1. Cooking the pork in the slow cooker will already produce a sauce. I believe the worcestershire sauce is added with the broth and vinegar

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    2. The sauce comes from the balsamic and broth.

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  18. I made this tonight, and it turned out really good. I used the sauce at the bottom of the crock pot and made a gravy out of it using cornstarch. I served it with roasted carrots and potatoes. So good!

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    1. Guess you could cook the potatoes and carrots in with it

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  19. I love this recipe! Next time I have friends coming over, I'm going to prepare it!
    I'll let you know if it turns out!
    xx,
    E.
    www.theslowpace.com

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  20. Sounds really delicious. I think this is the best way to eat pork - slow-cooked I mean, either in a crock pot or in the oven. So easy as well.

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  21. Why did you chose to use a pork roast vs. the tenderloin? Why did you omit the soy sauce? I was curious as I compared the two recipes. Both look wonderful! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. It's what I had on hand :)

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    2. Potroasting a tenderloin? Surely you jest.

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  22. I have a grass fed beef pot roast thawed in the fridge. Was planning on crock potting it today. What are your thoughts on different meat type with this recipe?? Looks divine!!!
    Gloria

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  23. This looks yummy even without the sauce!! : )

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  24. I don't have a slow-cooker. How long and at what temp would I cook the pork in a conventional oven? Thank you. Looks great, maybe I'll need to buy myself a slow-cooker.

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    1. I would do it in a Dutch oven on a low temp, maybe 350F until the pork is tender and cooked through (use meat thermometer)

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    2. You can also cook in a pan covered very tightly with heavy duty aluminum foil. Will still take a couple of hours, maybe 3 hrs)
      Alway check to make sure there is still enough liquid.

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    3. Thank you Gina and ijp. I will give it a try.

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  25. If I am using a pork tenderloin for this recipe, how long would I cook it in the crock pot for? Thanks!

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    1. don't bother. It will be dry and perhaps tough. A pork tenderloin has NO FAT. It ony needs to cook for 20-30 minutes in a hot oven.

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    2. I only use tenderloin, and have made it several times in the crock pot. It comes out just fine! I would check it after a couple of hours, but I've had no problem cooking on low for 4 hours.

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  26. This looks so delicious and now I'm regretting not getting that pork tenderloin yesterday :-)

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  27. When do you add the Worcestershire sauce? I see a few people have asked the same question, but don't see an answer.

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    1. Just add it to vinegar mixture.

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    2. She answered someone above and said "with broth"

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  28. Made tonight with oven baked potato wedges and green beans. The juice that this creates is amazing. May serve over brown rice next time. Bravo.

    Brad

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  29. I also made this tonight with roasted Brussels sprouts. It was delicious! This is my first post, but I've made several of your recipes, Gina, and they're all good! Thank you for encouraging me to try new recipes!

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  30. Yummy! I love your recipes!! Can't wait to try this :)

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  31. This looks really delicious! Definitely going to try and make it for myself and my fiancé!

    Sharon :-)
    http://stargazyeyes.blogspot.co.uk/

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  32. Could I use pork chops instead? They are the thick cut from costco?
    Looks delish can't wait to try it! Thanks for all your amazing recepies

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  33. I am looking forward to trying this we love roasted pork.

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  34. I'm new to cooking and crockpots...if I get 1-lb of pork instead of 2, should I cut the cooking time in half?

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    1. Not sure about half, less for sure. Until tender and easily shreds with a fork.

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  35. This sounds yummy, but I'm allergic to pepper....what could I substitute for the Worcestershire?

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  36. I have found that meat browned/seared before putting in a crockpot has a better depth of flavor. What is your experience? If I try this recipe I will definitely brown it first. The ingredients sound good.

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  37. Made this today. I have sampled a little of it, and it is really good. Even my picky seven year old likes it.

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  38. It is so funny that you made this lighter version as I just found and made the original last week. My fiancé and I loved it and I am happy to know there is now a lighter version that we can enjoy! Thanks!! :))

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  39. This looks gorgeous, but I just wondered, in England, pork shoulder joint is normally sold with the skin on - I presume you remove this and (most) of the fat before cooking it?

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  40. This looks really great, juicy and fresh with the balsamic on! And I like the way of up-baking it in pieces with the last drop of sauce, that must be delicious! So it's lunch time for me too...

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  41. I am making this today but only found Pork Butt and Not Shoulder. Do you think that is OK?

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    1. Yes, it will actually be more tender, but also has more fat.

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  42. Getting ready to make this for dinner tonight. My husband and I love every recipe I've made from your site Gina, thx for all the great food ideas!!! We love that you post all the nutrition info since we are watching our calorie count while trying to lose weight and eat healthier.

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  43. Wow… this looks so nice. Using honey is a great idea, if cooking something similar, normally I will add in rock sugar, maybe next time I will try honey. Um… also red pepper flakes is good in this, or maybe black pepper will give some different flavor. :)

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  44. This looks so good!! LOVE all of your recipes! I just wished I lived in an area that sold some of the ingredients needed to cook your meals!

    www.futurehealthymama.blogspot.com

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  45. Made this yesterday with your roasted cauliflower and had leftovers for lunch today, soooo good. The slight sourness is perfect.

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  46. Looks delicious. I am going to make this for dinner tonight!

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  47. I love pork shoulder, but it is so fatty. This actually looks more like a pork loin roast.

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  48. Kristy Creamer1/21/14, 10:19 PM

    Made this for dinner tonight. Used a pork loin roast. It was DELICIOUS! I have leftovers enough for dinner for myself for work the next two nights! Yet another gold star for Skinnytaste.com!

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  49. Do you think I could cut up some carrots and add it with the pork to cook? I have some and I thought the balsamic might taste good with them, but didn't know if they would just get mushy. Thanks!

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  50. The recipe calls for a boneless pork shoulder - sirloin. Is this the same thing as a boneless pork shoulder picnic? This is the type I use for pulled pork, but I thought it was pretty fatty.

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  52. Made this for my family last night and everybody loved it!! They all went back for seconds and the pork was the first thing gone off the plate!!! I used 2 pork tenderloins and they were so incredibly moist!!! Thanks so much Gina, your website is the first place I go now to look for a delicious healthy dinner!!!

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    1. How long did you cook the two tenderloins? on high or low? i wanted to use tenderloins too. thanks.

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  53. I'm planning on making this for dinner on Friday night...but the smallest pork shoulder I could find at the grocery store was nearly five pounds. Any suggestions on how much I should extend the cook time?

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  54. Hi Lauren,
    I made it today with a 6.5 lb pork shoulder (bone-in) and I cooked it for 8.5 hours on low and it came out perfect. I just shredded it and put it back in the crockpot. I nibbled a small piece and it was wonderful!!

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    1. Did you have to double the other ingredients?

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    2. Making this tomorrow and all I could find was a 4.49 lb pork loin sirloin roast (bone-in).

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  55. This was easy and delicious. We put it on rolls to make sandwiches. It was great leftover as well.

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  56. Just had this for dinner, supper yummy!

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  57. I made this yesterday and it was so easy and delicious! It is the best pork dish I have ever made! I will make this again and again!

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  58. This was really tasty! However, I think I cooked it too long because it dried out. Any tips for resurrecting the leftovers? I think I needed more of the honey, balsamic and broth in the bottom for the pork to sit in while it cooked. Thanks!

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    1. Took the leftovers and poured a little bbq sauce on them, covered in foil and put back in the oven for a bit...so good. Defeated the purpose of a healthy meal but it was worth it! :)

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  59. Can you use a frozen roast?

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  60. I'm doing this with apple cider vinegar and I can't wait! Looks so delicious

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  61. I threw it all in the crock pot together, and it came out great! Next night I put some Brummel and Brown spread on whole wheat rolls with some garlic powder, toasted them up, then put the left over pork on the rolls with some gorgonzola cheese...really yummy, although I think I may have messed with the skinny concept a bit! This would be great for super bowl sunday!

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  62. Delallos? Where are you from? I'm asking because I live right by the original store. I would just like to say thank you from my entire office for your awesome recipes. We are doing the Biggest Loser challenge here and we have a pot luck every other week. I stumbled upon your blog and made your turkey meatballs for the first one. Everyone loved them and since then, most of us are making the recipes from here for each pot luck. Keep up the great work!

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  63. Hi Gina! This is the first time commenting for me but I have been using your recipes for awhile now! I was wondering if I could use chicken instead of pork and cook it for less time?

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    1. I'm sure but haven't tested to be sure.

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  64. I made this last night and we absolutely loved it. Next time, I'd like to reduce the sauce because it was a bit watery, and maybe liken it to a glaze. How would I do that? I'm thinking something similar to the texture of the glaze on the Asian Drumsticks you have.

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    1. Pour the crockpot liquid into a pot and simmer on your stove top until the liquid is reduced to the consistency that you desire.

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  65. OMG! Am I the only one who had trouble with this?? Mines was so very dry, not tender at all :(

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    1. I used 1 recipe + 1/4 because my pork was 3 lbs instead of 2

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  66. My husband made this last week, and I am making it again today. Ours came out tender and juicy, and no additional sauce was necessary. My daughter and husband ate it with mashed potatoes, and I had Gina's garlic roasted green beans with mine. Thanks again, Gina!

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  67. Tina - Did you cook it too long?

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  68. This was so amazing. I only had a balsamic glaze on hand, but maaaaaaan, this was by far the richest pork dish I have ever made. Thank you SO much for sharing your wonderful idea. The leftovers will be very versatile too!

    - Danielle

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  69. Is it OK to skip the Worcestershire sauce? Or is there a substitute?

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  70. I checked mine after 31/2 hours on HIGH and it was perfect! I just purchased a second slow cooker (3.5qt) because the 6qt one always seems too large for recipes like this and my (new favorite!) slow cooker oatmeal. I think if I had used the larger crockpot it may have been a lot drier. Now on to prepping my oatmeal - should be perfect tomorrow's frigid cold morning! Thanks for all you do Gina!!

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  71. Should this roast have been browned on all sides before cooking? The picture looks like it might have been but the directions don't call for that. I'm making this right now and it doesn't look anything like the picture. It has no color to it at all and I'm thinking it should have been browned??

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  72. Could I use chicken breasts for this instead of pork? I only have chicken on hand right now and don't want to make a special trip. I am assuming just to reduce cooking time?

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  73. When do I add the Worcestershire? Also, the 1/2 C of sauce to ladle over at the ens, is that the vinegar and broth? Thanks, I love your recipes

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  74. This recipe has been added to our family meal rotation...which is no small feat with my picky children. It's easy to make ahead, little prep work, and cheap! I served it over rice and the whole family loved it! Also wonderful for leftovers. Thanks, Gina!

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  75. I made this shortly after you added it and I will be making it again soon! My husband and I loved the flavor. I did use half white balsamic, half regular balsamic. I checked it after a couple of hours because my crockpot cooks so quickly and then I shredded the meat and left it in crockpot on warm for a couple of hours, until dinner time. The flavor is delicious!

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  76. When do I put the Worcestershire sauce in? with the broth and vinegar? Or am I missing it in the instructions?

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  77. OH.MY.GOODNESS! This was SOOO GOOD! My boyfriend and I loved it.

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  78. what about the Worcestershire sauce? It was listed as an ingredient, but not mentioned in the recipe instructions.

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  79. I made this tonight and didn't shred the pork and put it back in the crock pot. Though it was good, it was a bit dry. So yes, you should shred the pork. I put the leftovers in a container with the sauce and I bet it will be delish tomorrow.

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  80. I made this tonight and used a boneless pork loin roast (it's what I had on hand), coconut aminos instead of Worcestershire sauces and coconut sugar instead of honey. I intended to cook it on high for 4 hours but I checked the roast after only 2 hours and it was done. Actually a little dry but with the sauce on top, it was delish!! Thanks for the recipe.

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  81. I made this and it was absolutely delicious. I'm wondering if this same recipe would work for chicken as well... any thoughts?

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  82. Can you make this with bone-in shoulder? I havn't seen this as boneless

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  83. Did not find mention of where to add worcester so added to vinegar!?

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  84. This was fantastic. Looked exactly as pictured. Even my teenage daughter who is finicky loved it. Thank you for sharing!

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  85. It's kind of sad but I'm buying a crockpot purely to try this recipe. It looks like it'd be amazing for sandwiches the next day.

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  86. Hi I work a lot I am finding it hard to get recipes that call for 8 hours plus. I do have a programmable crock pot what do you suggest? 6 hours on low and then on warm until I get home?

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  87. I couldn't find pork shoulder roast… do I need to adjust anything if using pork roast (center cut) instead?

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  88. I forgot to put the Worcestershire sauce in the crock pot will it make a big difference or can I add after its done to the sauce

    Michele

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  89. This was fabulous! My husband generally does not like pork products unless it is bacon so he wasn't too excited about this dish but he LOVED it!!!!! I have tried several of your recipes and they are all great! Thank you!

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  90. I've been making this great recipe for a while now.
    I have drizzled maple syrup on in addition to wrapping it with bacon.
    Taste great

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  91. Can I throw in some veggies into the crock pot with the pork? (onion, celery, carrot, mushrooms) How would I modify to accommodate?

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  92. We made TWO new ST recipes this week - the Skinny Chicken Scarpariello and this one. Both were delicious! I especially love that you don't have to do any browning or anything before throwing it all in the crock pot. I'm sure you could do that, but it came out great w/o it. We used pork loin and it worked great. We did it pulled-pork style and then baked it for a bit to brown it up. Juicy, tangy, delicious!

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  93. This was absolutely amazing! Easy, delicious, low budget, and not too bad for ya! It's a new favorite at my house!

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  94. Can I throw a frozen pork roast in?

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  96. First of all I do not like pork. Secondly, I don't like balsamic vinegar. So you're probably thinking why in the world would I try this? Because I was sick of the same ol recipes. This is INSANELY good. I usually take left overs in to share with a co-worker but I told him he was on his own! I am making it for the third time this month and regularly check out the website to break out of my sheltered food life. Thanks so much!

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  97. What would you serve this with to stay gluten free?

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    1. Hello,

      I will be making this for Easter dinner (along with a ham) for my mother-in-law who is gluten. I found she loves sweet potatoes so I make a sweet potato casserole (yes, even with the marshmallows) as a side dish, along with veggies. As I wanted to make something special as a side dish for her, I found a wonderful recipe for asparagus which will go perfectly with this. Here is the recipe:

      1 pound asparagus
      1 tablespoon olive oil
      1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
      1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
      1/2 teaspoon bottled minced garlic
      1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

      Preheat oven to 425°

      Snap off tough ends of asparagus. Place in a jelly-roll pan. Drizzle with olive oil and vinegar, sprinkle with salt, garlic, and pepper, tossing to coat. Bake at 425° for 10 minutes, turning once.

      Hope you like it!

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  98. Am I blind or is there no link to share recipes on Facebook?

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  99. It looks very brown for a crockpot roasting. Did you brown it first? It looks wonderful and I think I will try it out tomorrow night.

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