Asian Slow Cooker Pork Roast features chunks of pork that cook in an Asian sauce. Doesn’t that sound like a tasty idea for a dinner served over rice?
I have to admit that when I spotted this Asian Slow Cooker Pork Roast from Taste and Tell, my first thought was “school night dinner.” And though it might be too soon to be thinking about Back-to-School recipes for some people, where I live the year-round schools are already in session. Yikes.
There were two things that made me think of this for a week-night dinner. First, the pork goes into the slow cooker without browning. Second, you can start this after lunch, cook on high for a few hours, and it will be ready in time for dinner. If I was a busy mom, I couldn’t imagine getting a recipe in the slow cooker early in the morning, and not having to brown the pork makes this so quick to throw together. Deborah serves this over rice for a delicious-sounding meal, but I bet you can eat this tasty Asian pork inside lettuce or over a salad, which would make it a great Summer Dinner as well.
Ingredients for Asian Slow Cooker Pork Roast:
- low-sodium soy sauce (gluten-free if needed)
- light brown sugar
- Asian sweet-chili sauce
- fresh ginger
- black pepper
- boneless pork roast, cut into chunks
- cooked rice for serving
- sliced green onions for garnish
Get complete instructions for Asian Slow Cooker Pork Roast from Taste and Tell.
Recommended Slow Cooker Size:
Deborah says any 4 to 6 Quart Slow Cooker will work for this recipe.
More Pork Dinners in the CrockPot or Instant Pot:
Use the Index for Pork to see more great ideas for pork dinners in the slow cooker or pressure cooker.