Thursday, April 19, 2012

Slow Cooker Pork Ragu from Mother Thyme

Slow Cooker Pork Ragu from Mother Thyme found on SlowCookerFromScratch.com
Pork Ragu cooked all day and served over your choice of noodles.  (Photo from Mother Thyme.)

This recipe for Slow Cooker Pork Ragu from Mother Thyme starts with a boneless pork loin roast that's nicely browned on all sides.  Then it's cooked on low for 8 hours with canned tomatoes, chicken stock, onion, garlic, grated carrots, a splash of red wine, and what sounds like a perfect assortment of spices.  The shredded pork and sauce is served over your choice of pasta.  Sounds good to me; don't you agree? 

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4 comments:

  1. Thanks for featuring this recipe! It is one of my favorites that is full of flavor and is so easy. :)

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  2. Jennifer, my pleasure! I think it looks delish!

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  3. Would this be Phase 2 or 3 SB friendly with whole wheat noodles?

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  4. Susan, yes it looks like if you use whole wheat noodles this recipe could be pretty good for Phase 2 or 3 (smaller portion for phase 2.)

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