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Super Easy Pork Loin - Crock Pot

(Super Easy CrockPot Pork Loin)


* Pork Loin Roast (about 2 - 3 pounds)
* 1 Tbsp. soy sauce
* medium onion, sliced
* 1 bay leaf
* 1-2 cloves of garlic


1. Place pork loin in crockpot, lay onions on top of roast. Press garlic cloves and add to crockpot with soy sauce and bay leaf.
2. Cover. Cook on high for about 1 hour, then on low for 6 hours (or cook on high longer and shorten the low cooking time.)
3. Slice and enjoy! This is a favorite even with my picky kids!


It's a recipe I developed to get my extra picky children to eat something new! My son helped me put it all together and he gobbles it up every time we make it.

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    By Jinny2011-11-20 17:39:56

I made this today using a 5 pound pork loin I had and it turned out so well! I was worried about the cooking time since I used a loin that was much bigger than the recipe called for but it turned out perfectly! It was falling apart! I was surprised at the amount of liquid there was! It was served over Jasmine Rice and then I made pork sandwiches and dipped them into the au jus like a French Dip. It was so easy!

    By Scotty2011-11-14 19:57:39

Is it ok to use a bone in roast in this recipe?

    By tylor2011-09-15 13:34:08

Are you saying that no water is needed in the crock pot, only the tablespoon of soy sauce??

    By Patty2011-02-03 17:06:17

This is wonderful--cook as directed

    By Mary Beth2010-12-01 08:37:29

Do you think I could use wershashire (sp) sauce instead of soy sauce?

    By Maria2010-10-22 18:05:34

I made this tonight, followed the directions exactly. It was WONDERFUL! So easy and very good. Did not need any extra liquid. *thumbs up!*

    By Kaneisha2010-09-07 13:36:27


    By Kim2010-08-09 21:31:56

I tried it today..... I too was skeptical about not adding any liquid however I stuck to the recipe and it turned out FABULOUS! My boys loved it! We used the broth as Au Jus and it was an added bonus. I will definitely be using this recipe again!

    By Nicki2010-03-29 12:32:51

I have made this several times. It is wonderful!!

    By CJ2010-01-01 11:16:25

I put a half cup of water in and that was probably a little too much. NO, I would not cover the pork loin.

    By Anita2009-03-29 13:12:08

am hesitant to try it without adding ANY liquid????

    By lynda2009-01-09 18:10:42

This sounds good but again, don't you need liquid coverning the roast in the crockpot?

    By Becky2007-12-12 13:43:03

Fantastic. I've made it twice now and it is so easy and very yummy!

    By Holly2007-11-01 06:25:09

I haven't tried the recipe yet. Don't you need liquid covering the meat in the crock pot?

    By Doris2007-10-19 15:02:15

I actually tried this particular recipe a couple of days ago, and my family loved it -- not a morsel left-over! Very easy...left me free to do other household chores.

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