Three Ingredient, Simple Crock Pot Pork Roast

Pat Sager Recipe

By Pat Sager gosaraland


This is the most delicious and easiest roast possible. When you get home from work, it will be so tender and moist that you have to get it out of the pot with two big spoons because it falls apart. I love it served it with Jasmine rice on the side and a little soy sauce on the pork as well as the rice. I don't put a lot of salt on the roast when I prepare it because of the salt in the soy sauce. If there are leftovers, the rice and pork makes great fried rice. I find the most inexpensive roast available and it's always good.

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pork roast, whatever is on sale
salt and garlic powder

Directions Step-By-Step

In the morning before you go to work place roast in your crock pot/slow cooker. No need for any liquid to be added.
Sprinkle with salt and garlic powder.
Put lid on cooker and set it on low. The roast will be very tender and delicious when you get home from work.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Pork, Roasts
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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Lauren Conforti Hutt5asl
Sep 25, 2010
Is this just as yummy with a beef roast as well?
Pat Sager gosaraland
Sep 27, 2010
I don't think it would be good like that; however, on occasion to cook beef in the cooker, I throw in, mushroom soup, Lipton onion soup mix and a pack of brown gravy mix along with a little water, mix it up and add a London Broil or other beef roast. LB is our favorite and it's on sale a lot. I cook some rice in my rice cooker when I get home and it's so good with the gravy from the slow cooker.
Shari Moore mooreslm
Oct 9, 2010
It would work for a beef roast, you just might want to use morton seasoning salt, a pkg of au jus mix and add a little water, maybe half a cup. Same directions, but you can also add, potatoes and carrots towards the end, turn on high and cook until veggies are done, or put them in earlier if you have time while it is still on low. Hope this isnt too confusing!! :)
Martha Meacham MLM216
Aug 13, 2011
Try mixing this, then add to crock pot with the pork roast: 1 can Golden Mushroom soup (Campbell' main stay for pork/turkey roasts), 1 jar either peach or apricot preserves,Worcestershire sauce, garlic powder, onion, Dijon mustard(*can be rubbed onto the roast), white wine (about a 1/2 soup can). I have a larger crock pot which is almost as big as a roasting pan so I can lay a roast in it. Cook on low for about 7-8 hours. Another thing, I use crock pot liners in my smaller pot but with this larger one, I spray it with a cooking spray before adding the ingredients.
Pat Sager gosaraland
Jun 20, 2012
That would be good but that's a whole different recipe. The idea of the one I posted is that all it takes is the roast, salt and garlic powder. I do it on the run.