And 2, you always need a bit of liquid to start a roast off in the crockpot, so this helps. But this step can be skipped. It certainly feels like the days are shorter at the Bren Did home… and it has nothing to do with the autumnal equinox! Before I serve the pork roast, I like to mush the garlic over the top and mix it with the mustard. It is so simple, yet ah-mazing! Or are you one of the lucky folks who get the beginning of apple season while the weather is still gloriously warm and sunny? Then add one or two apples cut into eighths in the last hour. So easy and so Good! I am excited to try this and many other recipes I have found on your site. Red and Green Garnish I garnish the pork with a bit of parsley, diced scallions, or chives.
Note that I used only 2 apples, not 3. Unfortunately due to the amount of spam we receive, we have to close comments after an initial commenting period. Place pork loin in the Dutch oven and brown on all sides. The smell of rosemary will fill your house and leave you salivating with anticipation. The apples tend to get a little soft, but how soft will often depend on the type of apple used.
I whipped this up in the slow cooker, and it was awesome served with broccoli and rice, and also as pulled pork sandwiches for the 2 kids and hubby for a few days without them getting tired of it! I like to slice up raw apples to serve as well for variety in textures. Slow Cooker Honey Apple Pork Loin is a beautiful and tender pork dinner. Drizzle honey into each slit and all over the top of the loin; place an apple slice in each slit. I made this and it was fantastic! All recipe ingredients except optional items included in determining nutritional estimates. Chock full of aromatic flavorings like onion, Dijon mustard, and fresh thyme, this roast is slightly sweet and tangy thanks to the blend of pure apple cider and Dijon mustard.
No pre-browning or pre-cooking necessary. It does the hard work while I drive everyone to swim practice and science club. Then, just when food is most needed, a home cooked dinner is waiting on my kitchen counter. If you want a second side, what about a big bowl of spinach salad with walnuts, caramelized onions, and vinaigrette? And add some onions, too. It doesn't need to be pretty, and you won't use all of them at this step.
If I let this go any longer it would be shredded meat. It has the tools to let you reset your body, lose weight and start feeling great. Slice the pork in slits deep enough for the apple slices to fit in. Other than just the big holidays, in my family we also love to have a nice meal the night before we trek to Wisconsin to visit our relatives for Christmas. You've heard of cinnamon and apples. I made this recipe again last week with fresh picked apples from our local orchard. If you position them around the pork in your slow cooker, they will be tender and ready to eat when the pork is done.
You can also serve a green salad or vegetable on the side. Serve the roast topped with the sauce, apples, and onions. You can use a meat thermometer to know if your meat is done to help with adjusting your cooking time. For a milder flavor combine the vinegar with brown sugar and apple juice then pour over pork. I love the contrast of the red and green colors on the dinner table.
It is a nice time for just us to sit down and enjoy a nice meal before we deal with the chaos happiness that spending time with distant relatives brings. I originally posted this fantastic Apple Pork Tenderloin recipe years ago. Sign up right below: Ok back to the recipe at hand… Apples, cinnamon, maple syrup all work together for a great sweet and savory meal. If you don't, get one and it will change your life in the fall! Then simply top with everything else, including the remaining apple slices. I serve with mashed potatoes, green veg and rolls.
Because this slow cooker combination delivers up one tasty and satisfying meal that's just perfect for Fall. There is just something so special about this time of the year. Please remember, our comment section is much like our dinner table. I lay onion and more apple slices down in the slow cooker. This recipe makes more than enough to feed a large family.