Slow Cooker Pork Roast with Apples and Mustard: Pork loin that has been coated in a savory dry rub and stuffed with apples, is braised all day in the slow cooker with a tangy and sharp mustard and cider sauce.
I am at it again: ANOTHER slow cooker recipe. And you are SO WELCOME!!!
Come on, is there really anything better than coming home to a delicious meal waiting for you in the slow cooker? I thought not.
And since a slow cooker pork recipe is my ALL time viewed recipe on my site (Pork Carnitas with Mexican Slaw), I thought it was high time I shared another pork dish with you that was made in the slow cooker. This time I step away from the Mexican flare, and step into a delightfully tangy and spiced pork that is perfect for Fall: Apple Cider Pork Roast.
Apples and pork are a match made in heaven–for real, it is true. When you toss mustard into the mix–well, tastebuds are blown! Seriously, just 3 simple ingredients create magic. Apple Cider (hard cider in my case), mustard, and pork with a few other staples you have on hand create pure perfection. This is one of the EASIEST, most flavorful meals you will ever make, and if your family is like mine–they will be begging for it again and again.
I am seriously drooling just looking at these pictures. This is one meal we will be making again and again and again!
So hop on over to A Dish of Daily Life, where my friend, Michelle, is hosting me today. And stick around her site for awhile–she has FABULOUS recipes!
One more thing, I recommend serving this pork with my Hasselback Sweet Potatoes—they pair beautifully with this pork dish and are super easy themselves.
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