I wanted to post what we had as our Easter dinner this year. It was made up of many of my favorite things and I want to share them with you. Being that I’m the one that cooks it and all, I get to chose what we are having…nice, right!? I also happen to know what everyone else in the family likes too, so don’t worry, I didn’t fix all their least favorite foods or anything.
For our main meat course I decided to make this wonderful Brown Sugar and Balsamic Glazed Pork Loin. First of all, it sounded heavenly. Second of all, it’s made in the crock pot – that ALWAYS makes me happy. Sounded win-win to me…great meal AND made in the crock pot. Plus I didn’t really want to be slaving away in the kitchen all Easter afternoon. I put this dish in the crock pot before we left for church in the morning and finished it up at dinner. Perfect!
Dump your spices in a bowl and give a little stir.
Rub the seasonings onto the pork, then carefully pour the water around it.
About an hour before you want to take your pork out, heat your glaze on the stove until thick. Brush the glaze on the roast about 3 or 4 times total in that last hour.
Take out the roast out, place on a plate and drool a little:
I let the roast set for about 15 minutes covered with foil and then sliced it and drizzled with more sauce. Of course, then we put the meat on our plates and drizzled again
The verdict was….delicious! I will definitely be making this again. I also really like pork with a sweet glaze or sauce, so I’m always on the lookout for that type of recipe. And next time, I will definitely double the sauce
Brown Sugar and Balsamic Glazed Pork Loin