Apple Cider Pork

2011-09-01
boneless-pork-ribs
  • Pot Size : 5-6qt
  • Servings : 6-8
  • Cook Time : On low: 8 hours

Apple Cider Pork

Add veggies to the crock pot, with a little salt and pepper.

Rub the pork with salt, pepper, red pepper flakes, and steak seasoning.

Add to the crock pot.

Pour in the cider.

Throw in the bay leaf, cover, and cook.

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Ingredients

  • 2-3 lbs pork short ribs (boneless)
  • 1 1/2 cups of apple cider
  • 5-6 sm. red potatoes (skin on; cut in quarters)
  • 4 carrots, peeled and cut into 2 inch pieces
  • 1 yellow onion (chopped)
  • 1 bay leaf
  • A couple pinches of red pepper flakes
  • A couple dashes steak seasoning (I use salt-free)
  • Salt and pepper


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Comments (17)

  1. posted by Heather Lynn Womack on Dec 31, 2011

    can i use apple cider vinegar?

    • posted by The Guys on Dec 31, 2011

      No, Not 1.5 cups of it at least. You wont like that at all…You can use apple juice and perhaps 2 Tablespoons of apple cider vinegar.

       
    • posted by Heather Lynn Womack on Jan 2, 2012

      thanks!

       
  2. posted by Barbara Norton on Nov 2, 2011

    5 stars. Family said they really like it. Used a pork tender loin and 1 lb of baby carrots. I haven’t tried it yet because I am at work, but they said to put it in the rotation for another go ’round. That means it’s a keeper! Thanks!

    • posted by The Guys on Nov 2, 2011

      Hope they leave some for you!

       
  3. posted by Pam on Oct 12, 2011

    I used chunks of squash since I didn’t have the red potatoes. This was a huge hit. BUT no left overs. Next time, I’ll double the recipe.

  4. posted by cindy bowman on Sep 17, 2011

    My husband made this yesterday. He doubled the amounts of the vegetables and used a pork loin instead. We loved it! The apple cider gives everything such a nice flavor. Thank you and keep up the great work.

    • posted by Gregg on Sep 17, 2011

      So glad to hear it. Thanks for reporting back.

       
  5. posted by Brooke on Sep 11, 2011

    Hi! Do you think I could do this recipe with pork spare ribs instead?

    • posted by Gregg on Sep 11, 2011

      Should be no problem at all. You should be able to cut down on the cooking time with the bone in. I’d check them at 5 hours. Just to make sure the potatoes are cooked and the pork is not overdone.

       
  6. posted by Lesa on Sep 8, 2011

    When I go to the “print” format – it shows the ingredients and directions… but does not show the serving size and temp on the print version/’recipe card’.
    Am I doing something wrong?
    I LOVE your site and have printed or copy & pasted several recipes and now realize I may not have all the info.

    • posted by Gregg on Sep 8, 2011

      Doggone it. So sorry. But thank you for contacting me and pointing that out. Try to use the print link again and you should see the info you need now. Let me know if you have any other issues. Thanks and enjoy.

       
  7. posted by Gabby on Sep 3, 2011

    How long do you cook this for and on what temp in the crock pot? Looks delish would love to try it soon but you are so missing the most important information!!

    • posted by Gregg on Sep 3, 2011

      Look to the upper right hand of the page. Just under the navigation bar on the right. You’ll see the Serving size and the hours for all recipes right there.

       
    • posted by Gabby on Sep 4, 2011

      How embarrassing!! I see it now just not where I would have expected to see it! Thank you.

       
  8. posted by Sue Holder on Sep 1, 2011

    Trying to determine how to copy and print off your recipes. Any suggestion?

    • posted by Gregg on Sep 2, 2011

      Thanks Sue.
      We’ve included a link that will give you a printer friendly version of the recipes. Find the link at the end of each recipe description on the individual recipe pages..

      http://crockpotguys.com/2011/09/turkey-tortellini-crockpot-recipe/

      look for the link “Print This Recipe”.

      Regards.

       

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