Ready in 4 hours
I used cider vinegar instead of wine. Great!
"Love. It. I had a 3 1/3 lb pork butt but used this recipe anyway (just doubled everything). I used chicken broth instead of water and did 1/2 and 1/2 soy and worchestershire for that part of the recipe. For the wine I had a well aged ( but cheaper) Napa cab-merlot blend. Was worried about the timing with the extra meat, but in my 4qt cooker I ran it for 5 hours on high. Tested the temp at the end - 195...so meat was definitely done but still very juicy and tender. We licked our fingers and look forward to pork tacos tomorrow night with the leftovers."- Huntheat
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Place pork tenderloin in a slow cooker with the contents of the soup packet. Pour water, wine and soy sauce over the top, turning the pork roast to coat. Carefully spread garlic over the pork, leaving as much
on top of the roast during cooking as possible. Sprinkle with the pepper, cover and cook on low setting for 4 hours. Serve with cooking liquid on the side as au jus.
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Arvan43 2 days 19 minutes agoWe found this delicious especially when made into a sandwich and dipped into the Au jus. The only change is I used a homemade dry onion soup mixture instead of a bought packet.
ApyPhil 2 weeks agoHaven't found another pork recipe as easy or as tasty as this one. We make it about every other week!
DJDani 1 month agoLove it!
kinikia1971 1 month agoLoved it, great flavor and the meat just fell apart.
martinlegrand 2 months ago
JenniOffield 4 months agoThis is wonderful...my family loved it....definitely saving as a favorite!
AZClaire 4 months agoWe loved this! I used real onions to stay away from the salt and other unhealthy stuff in the soup mix. I added some Italian spices to make up for the other soup mix ingredients. Even though I don't like red wine, it tastes very good in this recipe. We had enough juice left over that I made gravy out of it and served it over wild rice. I was also able to freeze almost 2 cups for another meal.
123nadine 7 months ago
timgraham1 7 months agoEasy to make and very tasty. We could definitely taste the wine in our pork, and it may have been a little strong for some. We tripled the recipe and served it at our weekly Wednesday Night Dinner, and there was very little left when all of the dust cleared. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Jalaur 8 months ago
Juliao760 8 months agoVery easy and very good
Melmain 8 months agoMade this as per recipe, and 4 out of the 5 of us liked it. We needed to use the jus, which the pork soaked up once cut. Would be an easy slow cooker recipe to adapt. Thank you for posting it.
Lfino111 9 months agoFinally a pork recipe I can stand behind. Thank you. Love it!
Smwhitehouse 9 months agoVery tasty, will try the wine rather than vinegar next time though.
Smwhitehouse 9 months ago
haleydalton 10 months agoVery good and easy.
BMom 10 months agoReally yummy. I've made in twice in three weeks, using red wine vinegar alternative. Still cutting back on the garlic though, little overwhelming for me. Easy and delicious.
zscarabz 10 months agoExcellent! Very easy to make. Our young children lived it.
spaige 10 months agoAlways looking for different recipes for pork tenderloin, this is a keeper! It was a bit salty, next time will use lower sodium onion soup mix. My soy sauce is already low sodium.
Nbensley 11 month agoUsed red wine vinegar (approx 1/3 cup) instead of red wine. Good flavor, tender.