Trisha Yearwood Style Crockpot Pork Loin is an excellent addition to our family menu plan! Not being able to eat red meat has cut out having a beef roast and I was looking for something to replace it. Trisha Yearwood Style Crockpot Pork Loin was very tender and was an amazing dinner. I wanted everything that a beef roast would have so I threw in potatoes and carrots. It satisfied my craving for having a roast and we will be making it again.
My family is so tired of the same ole things. Our menu plan reflects just our favorites. I have not been very adventurous in trying new recipes. One of the problems I have is the fear of wasting food when my family does not like it. If I make it once and they eat it I win and make it again! We pretty much have concocted a solid menu of what everyone will like. Problem is we have been eating out more to avoid eating the same things every week. It is so tempting because everyone can get what they want. So, I am branching out and looking for new things! Wish me luck on this adventure! I will need it!
Trisha Yearwood Style Crockpot Pork Loin
- 2 - 3 lbs Pork loin, trimmed of visible fat
- 1 tsp granulated garlic powder
- 1/4 tsp ground ginger
- 1/2 tsp dried thyme
- 1/2 tsp black pepper
- 1 tbsp vegetable oil (I use Olive Oil)
- 2 c chicken broth
- 2 tbsp lemon juice
- 1 tbsp soy sauce
- 3 tbsp cornstarch
- salt and pepper to taste
Season the pork lightly with salt.
In a small bowl combine the garlic powder, ginger, dried thyme, and black pepper.
Rub the seasoning over the surface of the pork loin.
In a skillet, heat the oil and brown the pork loin on all sides.
Transfer the pork loin to the crockpot.
Combine the chicken broth, lemon juice, and soy sauce. Then pour over the pork loin.
Cover and cook on low heat for 8-10 hours.
After cooking, transfer the roast to a platter. Cover with foil.
Pour liquid from the crockpot into a measuring cup and skim off fat. .
Measure 2 cups of liquid, adding water if needed.
Transfer to a sauce pan reserving 1/2 cup of liquid.
Stir the cornstarch into the reserved liquid, then stir into the liquid in the sauce pan.
Heat, stirring frequently, until the gravy is thick and bubbly.
Season with salt and pepper to taste.
I really am missing the summer weather. Grilling season is my favorite and the possibilities on the grill are endless. We call November through March our crockpot months. There are so many things you can make in a crockpot and we have plenty of recipes on StockpilingMoms. We have about every category covered and I shared my favorites below! Happy Slow Cooking Y’all!
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