Our Best Pork Slow-Cooker Recipes

Solve the weeknight "What's for dinner?" dilemma with a delicious slow-cooker pork recipe.

  • Braised Pork with Lemon and Sage
    David Prince

    Braised Pork with Lemon and Sage

    The trick to this delicious dish is the thickened Italian-style sauce is taking the lid off the slow-cooker for the final three hours of cooking. Bonus: Your home will smell delicious all afternoon.
  • Spicy-Sweet Ribs and Beans

    Spicy-Sweet Ribs and Beans

    Slow-cookers don't brown food, so the secret to this recipe is a quick pass through the broiler for the ribs before they land in the pot. This one-dish main needs only a side of cornbread and a small green salad to complete the Southern meal.
  • Pulled-Pork Tacos
    Photo: Kan Kanbayashi

    Pulled-Pork Tacos

    Serve a fresh-from-the-taqueria taco dinner with minimal effort. Twenty minutes before serving, bake a stack of tortillas for about fifteen minutes to warm them, then shred the tender meat with a fork and let everyone serve themselves.
  • Pulled Pork with Coleslaw

    Pulled Pork with Coleslaw

    Four ingredients are all you need to bring the smoky flavor of the BBQ joint into your kitchen. Serve with a five-ingredient homemade coleslaw for a Southern-inspired meal.
  • Chalupa Dinner Bowl

    Chalupa Dinner Bowl

    Serve a main-dish taco salad that's sure to impress your guests during your next at-home fiesta. Purchase taco salad shells in the international aisle of the grocery store.
  • Easy Brunswick Stew
    Photo: William Dickey; Styling: Mary Lyn Hill Jenkins

    Easy Brunswick Stew

    Bring comfort food home with this easy recipe for a classic stew. The recipe has only two steps: combine all ingredients and, six hours later, enjoy!
  • Slow-Cooker Recipe: Spicy Country Ribs
    Photo: Susie Cushner

    Spicy Country Ribs

    Spice up traditional pork ribs with a hit of Worcestershire sauce and ground chipotle chili powder. Pair with coleslaw and cornbread, to cut the smoky heat.
  • Pork Carnitas

    Pork Carnitas

    Plate a budget-friendly Mexican-inspired dish for about $1 per serving. Brown the boned pork in a skillet before transferring to a slow-cooker.
  • Easy Slow-Cooker Jambalaya

    Easy Slow-Cooker Jambalaya

    Make a New Orleans classic without breaking into a Cajun-inspired sweat. Cook the main ingredients for five hours, then shrimp and rice and cook 30 minutes more. This recipe makes eight servings, so make it for a friendly neighborhood gathering.
  • Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork

    Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork

    This slow-cooker pulled pork recipe makes budget-friendly homemade barbecue a breeze! 7 ingredients and 10 minutes of prep time are all you need to get this dish cooking for dinnertime.
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