Holy delicious pork loin!
I don't have a picture because, well, I ate it already. My plate anyway. (The food that was on it, not the plate itself) And it's not amazingly attractive in the slow cooker itself.
So, just, I don't know... use your imagination!
I found the original recipe here. Sounds yummy, right?
Too bad I really, really, really, was not in the mood for more tomato based foods.
meatballs we had earlier this week were delicious, but I did not want that acidity three days in a row. P.S. Those meatballs have some heat to them! Hubby made them earlier this week and I questioned his ability to follow the recipe, but apparently it really called for all that spice. Yowza! Super yummy though.
Back to that pork loin...
I adapted that recipe a little bit to make something a little milder for our mid-week meal.
Here's what I came up with...
Kelly's Paleo Crock Pot Pork Loin
Pork Loin (obviously)((less obviously, I used about 1.75 pounds and it fed Hubby and I and we have plenty for leftovers)
1 large zucchini, sliced
4 stalks of celery, chopped
2 cups of Chicken Stock
Dried basil, garlic, pepper and salt to taste
And here is what I love about slow cooker Wednesday...
1. Throw all ingredients in the crock pot. Set that bad boy to high for 7 hours, and sit back and enjoy the magic.
Make sure you put some of those zucchini and celery on your plate as well! If you don't, you're missing out!