Crock Pot Pork Loin With Sweet Potatoes and Apples

“This is a hearty dish which feeds a crowd. Cooks long and slow all day. This dish of sweet potatoes, nuts, apples, cider and maple brings all the flavors of Fall to one dish.”
READY IN:
8hrs 30mins
SERVES:
8
UNITS:
Metric

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Stuffing -- Mix the cranberries, pecans and herb cheese and spread on the inside of the pork loin along with a little salt and pepper and tie up with kitchen twine. Season the loin well with salt and pepper and pan saute in a large pan in olive oil until lightly brown on each side and transfer to a crock pot.
  2. Vegetables -- To the crock pot add the potatoes, apples, onions and then top with all the herbs, seasoning, maple syrup, cider and white wine. Cover and cook 10-12 hrs on low, or 7-9 on medium high.
  3. Once done, remove and let set before slicing. I take the vegetables out and transfer to a bowl and cover. I like to add a little corn starch to some sauce to make a slurry to lightly thicken the sauce. This is optional.
  4. Top the pork loin with the vegetable mixture and a little gravy for a great dinner.

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