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Recipe Wednesday – Pork with Veggies

Since we started participating with Grow Alabama in January we have been eating a lot more vegetables because we are getting them weekly.  The past two weeks we have gotten squash and root vegetables and so I decided to come up with a recipe to use them.  This recipe is my creation….it was very good and very, very simple.  The beautiful thing is that if you don’t like the seasonings that I used you can vary them to suit your tastes.  This would also be a great recipe with chicken instead of pork or if you wanted to eliminate the meat and just cook this as a side it would be wonderful.  I will list the recipe as I made it but feel free to substitute out veggies for ones that you like.  Although, I will say, turnips are the forgotten vegetable! They taste very similar to potatoes and are very good!

Pork with Veggies

One container thin sliced pork chops (mine had 5 small chops in it)
5-6 Small to medium sized Squash
2 large Turnips
6-8 medium sized carrots
Olive Oil
One small box of chicken broth
Onion Seasoning Packet
Salt
Pepper
Italian Seasoning
Garlic Powder

1. Trim fat from pork and lay on the bottom of the slow cooker.  Season meat with salt, pepper, Italian seasoning, and garlic powder (lightly coat tops of meat).
2. Cut vegetables into bite sized pieces (peel turnips and carrots first if fresh).  Throw veggies in plastic bag as you are cutting them.
3. Mix 1/2 cup olive oil with packet of onion seasoning.
4. Pour onion mix over vegetables and move around in plastic bag to coat all of them evenly.
5. Pour veggies over meat in slow cooker.
6. Add chicken broth until meat and veggies are covered.
7. Cook on high for 3 hours (or low for approximately 6 hours).

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1 Comment

  1. Reply
    Lindsey
    April 21, 2010 at 4:17 pm

    Crock pot recipes are my favorite….can’t wait to try this one…and much impressed that you came up with it yourself!

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