How to Make a Delicious Pork Loin Roast in a Crock Pot

Great video on how to make a pork loin roast in a crock pot. Simple and tasty. Enjoy!

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RMHersey23 says:

I just read this at the worse possible time. I’m SOOOO hungry right now!

pieguy3 says:

Thanks for the comment. Your recipe sounds great. I use the Montreal steak seasoning on pot roast. I have another recipe for pork roast that I hope to post soon, it has a maple and mustard glaze…yum-o!!

RMHersey23 says:

This looks very good, well done!
I’ve tried various spice combos for roast pork, all of which are great, but the best combo so far is rubbing it with olive oil, then sprinkling it generously with Goya adobo seasoning and montreal steak rub. Out of the oven at 145, rest for 10+ minutes and then slice accordingly.

Linda Kulow says:

Very nice, pieguy!



RMHersey23 says:

Very simple.

423Cartoons says:

looks like it was one good roast


ejvmev says:

The problem seems to be with any plastic that’s heated. I think they discovered this from water bottles being left in hot cars, and then that first started contributing to breast cancer. So any Saran wrap or plastic container or liner like that shouldn’t be used. The substance in the plastic is called “dioxin” and the heat causes it to release into the food. Our whole modern day environment is toxic!

pieguy3 says:

Thanks for the nice words. If I used my crock pot more often, I might be more worried about the cancer causing effects. I use it only a few times per year and not always with a liner. Actually, that wasn’t an “official” liner, it was an oven roasting bag that I had leftover from Turkey Day….maybe that’s worse?????

ejvmev says:

“Not in my league,” he says. No…way beyond it! I think you have a much more professional looking video than I ever put out. I have a nice pork roast recipe that uses brown sugar and port wine. FYI: I’d be too scared to use crock pot liners. There’s a lot of concern about the cancer-causing dioxins from the plastic leaching out into the food. You know me and health. Now I have this thing about cancer too.

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