Crock Pot Dr. Pepper Pork

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Serves: 8
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Cooking Method: Slow-Cooker/Crock Pot


7-8 lb pork tenderloin
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20 oz Dr. Pepper
baby carrots
Tony's Creole Seasoning
Onion salt
Garlic Salt
Italian Seasoning
red cayenne pepper
black pepper

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Jennifer Null Recipe
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Elkton, MD (pop. 15,443)
Member Since Jan 2010
Jennifer's notes for this recipe:
My kids LOVE this recipe. It's a flavorful recipe...both sweet and a little spicy.
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When this dish finishes cooking the meat is so tender that it separates with just a rubber spatula.  Simply wonderful!

There's definitely room in this recipe to make your own mark in terms of seasoning. From Jennifer's flavor suggestions I used 1 teaspoon each of Creole seasoning, Italian Seasoning and pepper. Feel free to use the combination that your family enjoys most!

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user Robyn Tomblinson pigasus718 - Feb 1, 2010
I fixed this and it was absolutely wonderful!!! I did add some very thinly sliced onions and 2 cloves of garlic with the carrots instead of using the salts. I browned the loin on all sides on the stove top in a little olive oil then cooked in a dutch oven @325 for 2 1/2 hours and everything was tender and juicy. After I removed the pork and vegetables, I used 2Tbl. flour to thicken the cooking juices and it made an excellent gravy for the meat. This was a big hit with my family and I will definitely be making again. I think I will try it in the crockpot and then shred for sandwiches for SuperBowl Sunday.
user Betty Mitchell mitch64 - Feb 7, 2010
I have several recipe but this one was ver y good my boyfriend loved it i willl add it to my collectio thanks Betty Mitchell.
user Cynthia Cannici PeacefulDharma - Feb 19, 2010
I made this last night and served it with garlic mashed potatoes. The pork roast was amazing and the carrots cooked to perfection. My daughter (very picky eater) went back for seconds. Thanks for sharing.
user Jimmie Blaylock jblaylock - Jul 18, 2010
This also works well with pre cooked ham and coke, I have been doing this for years with ham and my kids call it dirty ham (because the front part of the ham without the skin turns dark from the coke or dr.pepper). Its a big hit at work when I take it for ham and biscuit breakfast events.
user Sandi Weiso Brown sis03 - Sep 17, 2010
Could this be done with chicken, possibly? We don't eat pork products of any kind, and rarely eat beef. I was thinking it might taste a bit like a sweet/sour chicken? Funny that I'm asking--I haven't even gotten my crock pot, yet!

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