I LOVE using my crock pot! Plan out the dish, throw ingredients in, come home from a busy day and dinner is ready! How awesome is that! I make some soups and stews in it, but since it is so hot in the summer, soups don’t always sound appealing. One problem that sometimes happens when I cook meat in the crock pot is it gets dried out, but this kept the pork quite moist.
1 (2lb) pork tenderloin
4 Tbsp of Homemade Onion Soup mix (Could use 1 packet of soup mix, but that comes with extra chemicals.)
1 cup of water
3/4cup of red wine
3 Tbsps of minced garlic
3 Tbsps of Liquid Aminos (could use reduced sodium soy sauce)
black pepper to taste
Place pork tenderloin in a slow cooker with the onion soup mix. Pour water, wine, and liquid aminos over the top, turning the pork to coat. Spread garlic over pork, leaving most of it on top of the pork while it cooks. Sprinkle with pepper and cook on low for 4 hrs. Serve with liquid on side as au jus.
Nutrients per serving: Calories-180; Fat- 3g, Carbohydrate- 9g, Protein- 26g
Recipe taken from allrecipes.com