Pork roast..

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Registered: 07-13-2004
Pork roast..
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Thu, 05-04-2006 - 2:28pm

Hi everyone,

I posted awhile back about a question on how to cook a pork roast in a SC. Well on Easter I cooked my first pork roast but I didn't do it in the slow cooker this time. It came out real good but the only problem was it came out a bit dry, so next time I will base the roast with the gravy.

Just wanted to give an update and thanks so much for the advice. The next one I cook, will be in a slow cooker.


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In reply to: loveable_555
Thu, 05-04-2006 - 2:51pm
Thx for the follow up... did you cover the roast while cooking? That helps to keep the moisture in. I also add water to the bottom of the pan to help keep it moist. Then I use that for gravy. That's one thing about a crockpot... it definitely keeps meat moist!

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In reply to: loveable_555
Thu, 05-04-2006 - 3:20pm

I covered it with foil paper and put holes in it. Should I have used another method to cover it?

Thanks for the tip I will definitely remember to do that next time.



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Fri, 05-05-2006 - 5:59am
YEah, the tin-foil would be enough if you sealed it good around the edges.

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