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How can I prepare this pork in slow cooker?

I have a few pounds of pork, fresh off the pig. That means UNCOOKED and still on the bone. I am trying to find a slow cooker recipe, perhaps for pulled pork, but it seems that all the recipes require precooked meat. Any ideas? Please remember that I have no experience at all with slow cookers or fresh meat.

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8 Responses to “How can I prepare this pork in slow cooker?”

  1. upon this earth said:

    put a cup of beef broth, chicken broth or water on the bottom of your slow cooker…put your pork in and salt and pepper it well..you could add some chopped onions if you wish as well. set on low , let cook until it is tender…nothing to it.

  2. B said:

    Search slow cooker pork recipes. They do not ask for precooked pork. Just throw the pork in the slow cooker and add a cup of chicken broth. Turn the slow cooker to low and cook for 6-8 hours.

  3. Joanne A. said:

    Here are 129 pork recipes cooked in crock pots for you:
    http://www.cooks.com/rec/search?q=crock+pot+pork

  4. Emmi said:

    If you want pulled pork, the recipe’s like this, but you can modify for your tastes. Lay the pork skin-side down (if there’s skin on it) in a cold slow cooker & turn it on low. In a separate bowl, mix together 1 1/2c ketchup, 3/4c brown sugar, 1/4c red wine vinegar, 2 tbsp mustard [if you like], & 2 tbsp of water. That should give you a pretty thick sauce.

    Spread that over the pork, add the lid, wait 4 hours, turn the pork over, & give it at least another 4. Skim any fat off the top before pulling the piece of pork out. Leave the slow cooker on while you let the pork cool a few minutes, pull all the meat off the skin & bone, & put it back in the simmering sauce. Give it at least another hour, & voila.

  5. Mr. Curious Rides Again said:

    Hiya Michelle C.
    My kind of meat eater, straight off the hoof and into the pot…no vegheads allowed. LOL!
    Place the pork meat into your crock pot, pour about 1 cup of water in the pot, the drizzle 1/2 cup of cheap store bought bottled Italian dressing on the pork, sprinkle a little chili powder or paprika on the meat, sprinkle a little dill weed on the pork, cover and cook on low for 6 to 8 hours,[or longer if you want]; pork will be falling off the bone tender, which you then may shred it and make BBQ pork sandwiches. But in my view, it tastes just great out of the crock pot. I hope this helped, good luck.

  6. Carthax said:

    My favorite slow-cooker recipe for pork:

    Pulled pork barbecue
    1 hunk of pork meat (size depends on what you’ve got or what you want to make)
    1 large onion, sliced into rings
    1 tbsp powdered ginger
    3-4 whole cloves
    1 shot whiskey
    1 12-ounce can of veggie, chicken or beef broth

    Add all items to the slow cooker. Turn your slow cooker to low and let it sit for 8-10 hours. Once it is fall-off-the-bone tender, remove the cloves, then use two forks to pull the pork to shreds. Add your favorite barbecue sauce.

    Serve on buns, making sure to get plenty of onions on there, too — they will have absorbed a lot of the flavors of the ginger, cloves and whiskey, and are important to the overall taste of the barbecue.

    Enjoy!

  7. Starfish said:

    Marinate the pork in:

    1 cup white wine
    1 tsp vinegar
    1/2 cup brown sugar
    2 tsp to 2 tbsp (less for the higher quality) cinnamon
    1 tsp ginger
    1 tsp nutmeg
    1/2 tsp garlic powder.

    Then bake or “crock” until tender. I call this “apple pie pork” and it’s my own fabulous recipe.

  8. Hicham said:

    Same here, as I get older I tend to crave for more rice. I think it is in our diet and system that we can’t live for a day wihtout rice. Anyway, a product review of rice cooker? Can’t get any better than that. How lucky you are! It definitely make cooking rice a lot simpler.




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