Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Crock Pot Pork Loin with Gravy -Easy Three Ingredient Slow Cooker

I had a small pork roast in the freezer and decided to treat myself to the house smelling extra yummy on a recent day off from work... This Crock Pot Pork Loin Roast with Gravy was the ultimate in comfort food, and using a slow cooker liner made clean-up a breeze too:@) It can be served over any type of potatoes, rice or noodles. I did end up adding one more ingredient, a few shakes of dill went into the gravy before serving! Also, slow cookers create condensation... I cut the water back to 1/4 cup but next time, I may not add any water until it's done cooking. Then I'll only add enough to thin the gravy as desired. Don't hesitate to give this super simple recipe a try folks, I really did enjoy it!
After the meat rested out of the Crock Pot for a while I did get a few slices,
but honestly, it really does fall apart nicely:@)
I steamed the veggies in my Instant Pot. 
I see they updated this recipe for a complete slow cooker meal here.

Crock Pot Pork Loin with Gravy-from Recipes That Crock
1.5 lb pork loin
10 oz cream of mushroom soup
1 envelope pork gravy mix
1/2 C water-I started with 1/4 C but would use less or none the next time
  1. Add meat to vessel, mix both gravies and water if using. Pour over meat.
  2. Cover and cook on low 5-6 hours.
  3. Remove meat, stir gravy in vessel, add water to thin a bit if desired-slice and serve. 
Enjoy an easy meal and have a happy day:@)

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5 comments:

  1. I love using the crock pot during the winter months to make meals. This dish is so easy to make and I'm sure tastes delicious. Thanks for the recipe Lynn.

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  2. Meat in the slow cooker with a cream of something soup is always amazing, this sounds great! Good tip on cutting back the water, thanks Lynn

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  3. That sounds like the perfect meal for January!

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  4. Sounds yummy. I make a similar with pot roast. Always good on a cold winter night. Thanks.

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  5. I’m with you and cut back on the water. Your roast certainly looks like comfort food to me.

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