How to Cook Roast Pork in a Slow Cooker?

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To cook roast pork in a slow cooker, crumple aluminium foil into baseball size balls to fill the bottom of your slow cooker. This will serve as a base for the pork roast and keep it out of the juices for a true roast flavor. Rub your choice of seasonings over the pork roast and place it on top of the aluminium foil. Turn on the slow cooker and cook for 10 hours on low setting or six hours on high. Take the roast out of the slow cooker and allow it to stand for 10 to 15 minutes before slicing then serve.
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1. Remove all packaging from the frozen pork roast and set the roast, fat side down, in the slow cooker. 2. Pour approximately 1 inch of water into the bottom of the slow cooker.
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Slow cookers only have one temperature. The settings on slow cookers are for how fast it will work to maintain the heat.
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Directions on how to cook rump roast in a slow cooker is a simple thing to make. It just takes a long time to cook. You will place your roast in the slow cooker and season to taste.
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1. Season the pork roast with salt and pepper on both sides. Add it to a slow cooker. 2. Make the sauce. Mix the rest of the ingredients in a medium bowl. Pour the mixture on top
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1. Remove all packaging from the frozen pork roast and set the roast, fat side down, in the slow cooker. 2. Pour approximately 1 inch of water into the bottom ...
1. Remove all packaging from the frozen pork roast and set the roast, fat side down, in the slow cooker. 2. Pour approximately 1 inch of water into the bottom ...
1. Remove all packaging from the frozen pork roast and set the roast, fat side down, in the slow cooker. 2. Pour approximately 1 inch of water into the bottom ...
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