My Easy Slow Cooker Peppered Pork N Rice

Tammy T

By
@ttodd4jesus

I would call this Asian / American deliciousness! I made this for my family a long time ago when we would go to church and I wanted something easy and cooking for our return. I made this up with what I had and it became a family favorite. I decided to make it tonight as I have been craving it. It is such good comfort food! Mmmmmm! And if you have any, the left overs are just as good! So easy and so good - two of my favorite things!
Enjoy!

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Serves:

6

Prep:

15 Min

Cook:

5 Hr

Method:

Slow Cooker Crock Pot

Ingredients

3 lb
pork roast, whatever is on sale
1 pkg
dry onion soup mix
1 Tbsp
peppercorns, whole black
2 can(s)
chicken broth (14 oz each) - using 1 1/2 cans
6-8 c
cooked white rice
salt and pepper to taste

Directions Step-By-Step

1
In a frying pan on med-high heat, brown the pork roast and give it a nice seared color. I sprinkle salt and pepper on one side. I don't put any oil in the pan when I do this.

After browning it, put in the slow cooker and pour any juices from the pan over the roast. (don't waste it, its good flavor)
2
Add the package of onion of soup mix and the peppercorns to it. Pour the chicken broth over it. ( keep the rest of the broth so if you need to add more, you can, it depends on how much fat is in your pork.)
3
Cook on high, 5 hrs. I check it at 4 1/2 hrs as my slow cooker cooks really hot and fast. Cut up the pork right in the juices.

** Plate with the cooked rice first, I sprinkle a little more salt on the rice as rice needs it to me. If you are watching your sodium, you can skip that. Then add the pork on top and ladle the juice from the pot on top.

The peppercorns will sink to the bottom but let everyone know, there may be some that get on the plate and to push them aside and not eat them.
4
If you have left overs, take the meat out, discarding any fat parts and then strain the leftover juices through a strainer into a bowl so as to discard the leftover peppercorns.
Then add the leftover rice , meat and juice in a bowl together for later. It won't last, cause you can't stop eating it!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Pork
Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: American
Hashtags: #rice, #delish