ecb Posted July 5, 2012 Share Posted July 5, 2012 Per request, posting the recipe for this. It's very east to prep, great for leftovers, and has the right taste balance for breakfast or dinner food IMO: ingredients: 1 pork loin, 3-4lb 6-7 apples; peeled, cored, and quartered 1/4 cup grated fresh ginger 1/4 cup apple juice olive oil salt, pepper 1. prepare apples and place in bottom of slow cooker 2. mix grated ginger and apple juice 3. sear pork loin in frying pan with olive oil, salt, and pepper 4. place pork loin in slow cooker. 5. pour apple juice/ginger mixture over pork 6. cook on low 7-8 hours To serve I usually will pull off some pieces of pork along with the apple ginger slurry (mmmm, slurry) and put them in a small pot, mix and reheat. The pork can dry out a bit if served directly but when mixed with the apple & ginger it is delicious. Serve with sweet potatoes and veggies. This is also a great meat to have around when you need something to serve with breakfast. The original recipe also calls for 1/4 cup of brown sugar but it's really not needed. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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