Welcome to a recipe that embodies simplicity, flavor, and the magic of slow cooking: our 3-Ingredient Pork Roast Slow Cooker Recipe. With just a pork roast, a couple of sweet apples, and a sprinkle of salt, you’ll be on your way to a scrumptious, comforting meal. The slow cooker does all the hard work for you, allowing the natural sweetness of the apples to infuse the pork with an irresistible, fruity undertone.
This recipe is perfect for busy weekdays, lazy weekends, or whenever you need a satisfying, hands-off meal. Just set it up, let it cook, and come back to a house filled with the mouthwatering aroma of slow-cooked pork. Whether you’re new to slow cooking or an experienced slow cooker user, this simple recipe is sure to become a favorite.
Slow Cooker Apple-Sweetened Pork Roast
- 2-3 lbs pork roast
- 2 large apples (use a sweet variety like Honeycrisp, Fuji, or Gala)
- Salt to taste
- Prepare the Pork: Trim off any excess fat from the pork roast. Rub all sides of the roast with salt.
- Prepare the Apples: Wash, core, and slice your apples into 1/4-inch thick pieces.
- Layer the Ingredients: Place half of the apple slices on the bottom of the slow cooker. Place the pork roast on top of the apples, then cover the roast with the remaining apple slices.
- Slow Cook: Cover the slow cooker and cook on low for 8 hours, or on high for 4 hours. The pork should be tender and easy to pull apart with a fork.
- Serve: Remove the pork roast from the slow cooker, let it rest for a few minutes, then slice or shred the meat. Serve with the softened, sweetened apple slices from the slow cooker.
And there you have it, our 3-Ingredient Pork Roast Slow Cooker Recipe. This recipe is proof that simplicity can lead to extraordinary flavors. Each bite of the tender, apple-infused pork will transport you to a place of comforting warmth and gastronomic satisfaction.
The beauty of this recipe lies not only in its simplicity, but also in its versatility. Pair this mouthwatering pork roast with a fresh salad, steamed vegetables, or a baked potato for a complete meal. The leftovers, if you have any, make great sandwiches, too. So, here’s to uncomplicated cooking with maximum flavor!
Remember, great meals don’t always require a long list of ingredients. Sometimes, less truly is more. Happy slow cooking!