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Crock Pot Teriyaki Pork Loin

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Transforming Smithfield’s marinated pork into a crock pot teriyaki pork loin is a simple way to bring a lot of flavor to the table with minimal effort.

Smithfield's marinated pork loin is a super simple way to bring a lot of flavor to the table with minimum effort. Cook it low and slow in the crock pot for an asian pork loin the whole family will love!

Between how busy we are in the summer and how hot it gets in here when you don’t have AC we just find it impossible to stick to a regular dinner schedule.  Tell me we’re not the only ones!  We eat later so we can soak up as much of the sun during those long days as possible and so we don’t have to turn on the oven until the house starts to cool down.  But with the return of fall I’m ready to get back into a routine, break out the crock pot, and get stuff done!

There’s just something so satisfying about coming home from work or a meeting and knowing that dinner is practically ready with no need to stand over the stove or chop anything.  So when your crock pot meal has just five ingredients your life and dinner options get even easier!  The only thing that would make this meal even easier would be a rice cooker.  My birthday is coming up… 😉

Smithfield's marinated pork loin is a super simple way to bring a lot of flavor to the table with minimum effort. Cook it low and slow in the crock pot for an asian pork loin the whole family will love!

I’ve been a long time lover of Smithfield products {holler to their bacon!} but when they came out with marinated cuts of pork loin and sirloin I was in heaven!  The ready-made marinade adds so much flavor without any extra work on my part and that’s a win for me.  So I stopped by Walmart to pick up one of my favorites: golden rotisserie.  It’s juicy and lightly seasoned in a way that makes it the perfect flavor base for whatever you might want to add to it.

Smithfield's marinated pork loin is a super simple way to bring a lot of flavor to the table with minimum effort. Cook it low and slow in the crock pot for an asian pork loin the whole family will love!

I love Asian flavors and this pork loin is a great way to bring them home without a lot of time or effort.  Serve it next to your favorite sticky rice or roast some green beans in the oven for a crunchy addition to a new family favorite!  Who can say no to less than 30 minutes of hands on time for dinner after a busy day of school and work?  And P.S. make sure you check out the other delicious flavors Smithfield has.  I see lots of pork loin in our future this winter 😉

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Smithfield's marinated pork loin is a super simple way to bring a lot of flavor to the table with minimum effort. Cook it low and slow in the crock pot for an asian pork loin the whole family will love!

What is your favorite easy weeknight meal?

Meaghan

Smithfield's marinated pork loin is a super simple way to bring a lot of flavor to the table with minimum effort. Cook it low and slow in the crock pot for an asian pork loin the whole family will love!

Crock Pot Teriyaki Pork Loin

Yield: 4 -6 servings
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 6 hours
Total Time: 6 hours 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 Golden Rotisserie Pork Loin
  • 1/4 cup Teriyaki Sauce
  • 1/8 cup Soy Sauce
  • 2 cups chicken broth
  • 2 cups rice, uncooked

Instructions

  1. Add pork loin to the bottom of a crock pot.
  2. Add rice, teriyaki sauce, soy sauce, and chicken broth and cook on low for 4-6 hours or on high for 2-3.

 

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