Load up your favorite roasting pan with vegetables, pork, and seasonings, and sit back and relax. The aromas emanating from the kitchen will knock your socks off. This meal gives you a slow-cooked taste without having to wait all day. Or, for an even more hands-off meal, try the slow cooker version below.
This recipe is excerpted from Robin to the Rescue.
Let the pork rest for 10 minutes, then cut crosswise into 1/2-inch-thick slices and serve with the vegetables and brothy sauce.
Break out the slow cooker: Follow the directions above, except arranging the ingredients in a large slow cooker instead of a roasting pan. Cover and cook on LOW for 6 to 8 hours or HIGH for 3 to 4 hours.
I agree with the first review as far as the blandness. However, this becomes much better if you saute the vegetables in olive oil with some salt and pepper first. Cook until they soften and begin to carmelize. I did this after finding out how bland they were and the carrots were not cooked and it worked. Also, there is a reference to garlic and herb seasoning but no definition. FC needs to review these recipes better before posting.
This recipe reminds me of a decaf/non-fat latte---why bother. Yes, the pork was tender and yes it was easy to do but it was the second blandest recipe we have ever found at Fine Cooking. Really disappointed. Just blah. Would not make it again.
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