French Pork Loin with Apples and Prunes

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    Beautiful and delicious pork loin can be used in so many ways. This recipe is related to France and it also has apples and prunes as a tasty addition to this pork cut.

    Your only task is to season the pork and brown it on all sides, and let the slow cooker do the rest of the work.

    You can use this dish for special occasions, but also for a nice Sunday family lunch. It’s alluring when presented the right way, and combination of flavors will certainly bring something new and different to your table.


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    Juicy pork roast with fruity flavor.
    French Pork Loin with Apples and Prunes
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    Juicy pork roast with fruity flavor.
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    10servings 20minutes 4and a half hours
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    10servings 20minutes
    Cook Time
    4and a half hours
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    1. Mix flour, herbes de Provence, salt and pepper and rub it all over pork.
    2. In a large pan, heat oil. Brown pork roast on a medium-high on all sides before you put it in a slow cooker.
    3. Place roasted pork in a slow cooker. Add onions, apple cider, beef stock and bay leaves.
    4. Cook, covered, on low for 3 hours.
    5. Add apples and prunes.
    6. Continue cooking, covered, on low for 1 to 1 and a half hour longer or until apples and pork are tender.
    7. Remove the roast, onions, apples and plums to a serving platter. Let stand 15 minutes before slicing.
    8. ENJOY!!

    RECIPE NOTES & TIPS:

    You can use apple juice apple juice as a substitute for apple cider if you don;t have any.

    Herbes de Provence is now a well known mix of spices, but to save you time, and also if you don't have any, it's a traditional french mix of thyme, basil, rosemary, tarragon, savory, marjoram, oregano, and bay leaf.

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    Mike Pirano, chef who is specialized in Italian cuisine. Throught his travels accros all regions of Italy he mastered vast viriety of pasta dishes. Besides his undisputed cooking skills, his sence of humor is something that gets us all going every single day. His love of football and wine is now well known, but exact ingrediens of his marinara sauce is something he will not share with anyone.

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