Meat gets so nice and tender in the Crock-Pot! This Slow-Cooked Balsamic Pork Tenderloin makes a nice gravy, as well, and it’s a rather low-hassle recipe. Easy enough for a busy weeknight meal, fancy enough for a large gathering – that’s what I like about a lot of these recipes for your favorite slow cooker. I have always been a fan of pork tenderloin for any large meal. It’s a lean cut of meat that easily serves a large group.
The recipe is not all that involved, as you will see. Basically, you put the meat in the slow cooker, dump all of the other ingredients on top of it, cook for the usual six to eight hours, put the meat on a dish to serve, and you have a lot of soft pork with a nice gravy to go over it. That balsamic vinegar makes for a nice tenderizer and isn’t nearly as over-the-top acidic as some other types of vinegar.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Add a Pinch
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