Main Dishes

Beer Balsamic Pork

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Whenever there is a sale on pork loins I tend to pick up two or three and bank them in my freezer for easy future entrees. I love to slice them into pork chops (two pounds equals about 6 pork chops in my world), or just leave them whole, braising all day in the crock pot. This recipe starts with a super-simple rub which you could totally make ahead to rub down the pork roast the night before, then plunk it in the crock pot with the beer and balsamic before you leave for work the next morning. Al

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1 (2 lb.) boneless pork loin
1 t. salt
1 t. pepper
1 t. garlic powder
1 t. oregano
2 T. brown sugar
12 oz. beer (I used Tallgrass Zombie Monkey)
2 T. balsamic vinegar
Place the pork loin in a 4 or 6 qt. crock pot that has been sprayed with cooking spray. In a small bowl stir together the salt, pepper, garlic powder, oregano and brown sugar then rub all over the pork....
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Nutritions

Calories
356

Sodium
485mg
20% DV

Fat
15g
23% DV

Protein
37g
75% DV

Carbs
9g
3% DV

Fiber
2g
9% DV

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