This has been a staple recipe for our family forever. It can be ordinary pork roast, add some bbq sauce and make bbq pork sandwiches, the gravy can be thickened and you can have open faced pork sandwiches.... it has so many options!
I usually use a pork roast, but the butcher had some pork pieces on sale, so I used that. Sometimes I use pork butt. If your meat is too lean it will be tough so a little fat is essential. I spray my crockpot with non stick spray to aid in cleanup...
...and I season my meat really well.
These are my all time seasonings~ Lawry's 'generic' tastes the same and I use whatever cajun seasoning I have. And freshly ground pepper is awesome.
I'm not light handed with seasoning~ I like a well seasoned roast.
Don't add any water to your roast. I know it seems counter intuitive but if you add water your roast will be tough. The meat will make enough juices to cook itself.
Cook on low for about 6-7 hours depending on size of your roast.
I've tried it on high but it can easily become burned on the bottom.
If I do put mine on high I make sure I'm at home to watch it and it usually doesn't make as much juices.
No need for a knife~ just cut it with a spoon or a fork.
Hope you like my Easy Pork Roast Recipe.
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