Slow-Roasted Pork

  • jodster333 Posted: 12/20/08
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    I ended up doing it with grapefruit and no orange juice. It turned out fine. Also added some Srircha chili sauce for a little bite and put in crock pot to cook after searing. After 8 hours it totally fell apart. Easy just remember to leave time to marinade.

  • t8rbugmonkey Posted: 12/29/09
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    Wonderful. I used a slow cooker--4 hours on high and 2 hours on low. Turned out great. Will definitely make again. My two nephews, 3 and 9 loved it. Great praise from very picky eaters. Served over Caribbean rice and peas. Needs a bit more flavor--salt and maybe make it a bit spicier next time.

  • RaechelS Posted: 01/22/10
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    Made this for Christmas-Eve dinner & it was a HUGE hit! My family couldn't eat it fast enough & there was still left overs! It was sooo easy; it nearly felt like cheating when I got such raves for my "hard work in the kitchen"! I made the entire suggested menu & the only thing I changed was I used an oven bag to ease the mess & for added moistness.

  • dcous52 Posted: 10/19/11
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    I made this just like the recipe along with the Caribbean rice and peas and it was totally delicious! Everyone in the family loved it. It's great because it makes a ton of food, definitely enough for a couple of meals. The flavors all blend together really well and are something different. Great dish!

  • Tesslynch Posted: 12/27/12
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    Served this dish Christmas eve with the caribbean rice & peas and turnip/carrot mash. It was so easy and everyone loved it. I used the exact ingredients, but doubled everything for a larger crowd! The meat fell apart, was tender and yummy. Also good for leftovers.

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