Ingredients2 lbs pork tenderloins
1 envelope dry onion soup mix
1 c. water
3/4 c. dry red or white wine
6 cloves garlic, minced
1 T Rosemary
3 T. light soy sauce
fresh ground black pepper
With the blend of the spices, and this delicious pork, you will not be sorry you made Slow Cooker Pork Tenderloin. So Tasty!
- Place pork tenderloin and soup mix in the slow cooker.
- Pour water, wine, and soy sauce over the top and turn the pork to coat.
- Rub the garlic and rosemary over the top of the pork.
- Sprinkle with pepper.
- Cover. Cook on low setting for 4 hours.
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What a wonderful site you have! I stumbled upon you while browsing Pinterest for some crock pot recipes. I am wondering about this recipe. Since it calls for pork tenderloins, and there are usually two in a package, do you tie these together or just place them side by side in the crock pot?
Thank you, Trish! To answer your question, you can just set the tenderloins side by side in the crock. (no need to tie) Also, please consider enterng our Crockstar of the Year contest! It’s free to enter – just share a recipe. Happy Crocking! http://www.getcrocked.com/2012/09/14/get-crocked-chef-of-the-year-contest/
Going to try this today! So glad I found you – a friend shared a recipe from you and I was hooked immediately! LOVE my crockpot – your recipes are FANTASTIC and easy enough for me! Thank you!
Anything suggestions on what I could use to sub out the wine? Thx!
Maria, you could use Vegetable broth in it’s place. Happy Crocking!
I am so excited that I finally found a great crocking site! Thank you so much! (My bf thanks you too!) I am getting ready to try this one. Do you think it would turn out ok with a semi-sweet wine? Also, I read about browning the meat first on other recipes. Would that be good for this one too?
Make it your own Andrea… I am sure the semi sweet wine will be great! Browning the meat will add flavor, although some recipes don’t require it. Sometimes I do anyway, yet other times I don’t depending on what I am making. Really your choice, but definitely you can. Happy Crocking!
Picture looks like a center cut pork roast..
Hi Lisa… It is a pork tenderloin, but I am sure if you would like to use a center cut pork roast it would work too! 🙂