Crockpot Brown Sugar + Balsamic Pork Loin

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There is so much to love about this Crockpot Brown Sugar +Balsamic Pork Loin Recipe. Who doesn't love a good slow cooker recipes for families? With this kitchen appliance, you can make this healthy slow cooker recipe for the whole family to enjoy. Slow cookers are popular for creating healthy slow cooker recipe ideas for the family, which have simple preparation and are ready to eat when you walk in the door. There are however some common mistakes that people make when using this helpful kitchen appliance. The following are some of the common mistakes made and how you can avoid them. It is better not to add raw meat to the slow cooker. The meat will be tastier if you brown it first on the stove top so that you can get that wonderful caramelized flavor before you put it to cook. You also don't want to use the wrong kind of meat. This tip is mostly for the really picker slow cook chef, which means that there are some cuts of meat that are better in a slow cooker. Sometimes if the meat is extra lean, you will notice that it dries out and gets tough, even in a slow cooker. You always want to avoid opening the lid while the slow cooker is cooking. As tempting as it is to look inside, the slow cooker works best when they trap the heat inside rather than letting it escape. You don't want to add too much alcohol to the best family slow cooker recipes. This is because since the heat is not as direct as it is on a stove top, the alcohol will not reduce down the same way that you hope for on the stove top. Lastly, remember that you don't want to add the dairy products too early. If you do, they might curdle, which is not want you to want in a recipe.

Brown sugar is a sucrose sugar product that has a distinctive brown color because of the presence of molasses. Brown sugar is often made by adding sugarcane molasses to white sugar crystals that are completely refined, to reduce manufacturing costs. The brown sugar that is prepared in this manner is often much coarse than its unrefined equivalent, and its molasses may be easily separated from the crystals of sugar by simply washing it to reveal the underlying white sugar crystals. By comparison washing unrefined brown sugar, will reveal underlying crystals which are off-white because of the addition of molasses. Brown sugar also works well with butter for caramelizing all sorts of recipe ingredients and ideas. A slow cooker is a countertop kitchen appliance that is also known by the trademark name of Crock-Pot. The slow cooker is typically used for the simmering of slow cooker recipes for families.

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Ingredients: Pork loin, ground sage, salt, pepper, minced garlic, water, brown sugar, cornstarch, balsamic vinegar, soy sauce.

* The entire recipe has been calculated for 6 servings.

* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet

* Per Serving: Calories 425, Calories from Fat 190, Total Fat 21.1g 32%, Saturated Fat 7.9g 39%, Cholesterol 121mg 40%, Sodium 593mg 25%, Potassium 683mg 20%, Carbohydrates 14.2g 5%, Dietary Fiber 0.1g 0%, Sugars 11.9g, Protein 41.8g, Vitamin A 0%, Vitamin C 2%, Calcium 5%, Iron 9%

The best family slow cooker recipes allow for unattended cooking for many hours of stew recipes, pot roast recipes, soup recipes, boiled dinners and other suitable dishes, including dips, dessert recipes, and beverages. In a slow cooker you can make healthy slow cooker recipe ideas, slow cooker recipes for families, the best family slow cooker recipes and so much more. Thank you to Aunt Bee on the "Aunt Bee's Recipes" site for sharing this healthy slow cooker recipe for crockpot brown sugar and balsamic pork loin. Some of the recipes you will find on her site include soup recipes, beef recipes, pork recipes, chicken recipes, casserole recipes, stew recipes, dessert recipes, dip recipes and more. You will also find healthy slow cooker recipe ideas, slow cooker recipes for families, the best family slow cooker recipes and more. *

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