Reynolds® Asian Pork Roast

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Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 5 hrs
Temp Low
Yield Serves 8

Change up the weekly menu with this Asian-inspired slow cooker roast. It's so simple to prepare and the flavors are delicious!

Nutrition Information: (Per Serving)
Calories: 367
Grams fat: 19
% calories from fat: 46
Milligrams cholesterol: 74
Milligrams sodium: 541
Grams carbohydrates: 19
Grams fiber: 2
Grams protein: 31

Ingredients

  • 1 Reynolds® Slow Cooker Liner
  • 2 Pounds pork tenderloin roast
  • 3/4 Cup salsa
  • 1/2 Cup honey roast flavored peanut butter
  • 2 Tablespoons each soy sauce and sesame oil
  • 2 Teaspoons fresh ginger, grated
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • Hot cooked rice
  • 1/4 Cup cashews, coarsely chopped
  • 2 Tablespoons chopped green onion
  • 1/4 - 1/2 Teaspoon Cayenne pepper

Directions

  1. Step One

    Open slow cooker liner and place it inside a 5- to 6 1/2-quart slow cooker bowl. Fit liner snugly against the bottom and sides of bowl; pull top of liner over rim of bowl.

  2. Step Two

    Place pork in slow cooker liner. Mix salsa, peanut butter, ginger, soy sauce, sesame oil, cayenne pepper and garlic. Pour over pork. Place lid on slow cooker.

  3. Step Three

    Cook on LOW for 5 to 6 hours or on HIGH for 3 to 4 hours or until meat thermometer inserted in pork reaches 160°F.

  4. Step Four

    Carefully remove lid to allow steam to escape. Spoon rice onto serving platter. Remove pork from slow cooker using slotted spoon and place on top of rice.

  5. Step Five

    Gently stir sauce with plastic or wooden spoon; spoon sauce over pork. Sprinkle with cashews and green onions. Do not lift or transport liner with food inside. Cool slow cooker completely; remove liner and toss.

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  1. Larry

    I liked this dish with pork, but really love it with chicken. I use 4 large boneless breasts, pour the mixture on top, cook on slow for 4.5 hours and done. Serve with Basmati rice. You can make it spicier or less spicy by choosing a spicier or milder salsa.

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  2. Kerri S.

    @Rosie, when one product is the featured product, you can’t show any of the ingredients that are not made by Reynolds or have a brand name on the label. The reason why the girls could show the Ginger is because it doesn’t have a label or special name attached to it. My friends own an ad agency and this is their main priority to make sure the sponsor is displayed!

  3. Jen H.

    This was different but good. The pork came out sooooo tender. Made wraps with leftovers.

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  4. Nikki

    I am allergic to peanuts so am going to try with cashew butter instead of peanut butter,

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    Crockin Girls

    Sorry it did not work out for you, Jan.

  6. Alana H.

    Made this last Thursday for my hubbys birthday dinner. I did not tell anyone what I put in the sauce. I will admit I was a little leary as the ingredients are a bit strange. I made it exactly like you did except I skipped the liner and added a little teriyaki sauce to the recipe. I also had a 4 pound roast and doubled the ingredients. I cooked it for 3 hours on high and then took the roast out, sliced it and sat it back in the juices. I decided to serve it over penne pasta and with a side of asparagus. It was a huge hit with the family. My youngest who is 8 went back three or four times. Even my pickiest eater liked it. It is full of flavor and a great pork recipe. We will definitely make it again.

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  7. Jan

    OH yuck! Did not like this at all…I expected something so different – along the Thai line. The smell was even offensive. I threw away the pork after the meal : (.

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  8. Sharon

    Although I did not find this horrible, I would not make it again. The taste was just okay. The bottom of the roast stuck to the bag and I had sauce everywhere trying to get it out of the crock. And, I could not get it to look like the picture. The pork fell apart when I attempted to slice it and was really messy. The brown color of the sauce made it look extra unappealing…..would not try to serve this to guests.

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  9. Jill

    Jill

    This recipe was horrible, truly horrible. I made it exactly as written. Seriously terrible.

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  10. Debbie C

    Bag, no bag, this recipe was GREAT!. The meat was so tender and the peanut sauce was fabulous. I used Jasmine rice and served with some green beans. I cannot wait to have some at lunch tomorrow. Thank you Crockin’ Girls and Reynolds for a tasty dinner. 2/5/14

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  11. Kerri S.

    I think the video was great the way it is. Every start up business needs partners or sponsorships and I think Reynolds is great for the Crockin’ Girls. In my opinion the video was fine. I don’t necessarily needs to always see the ingredients being mixed together in a bowl but before the top was placed on, the final step of adding the mixture was shown. This is a sponsored recipe and the product is the liners so placement may of been a factor that we their fans don’t know about! Can’t wait to try this recipe, thank you Girls!

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  12. Rosie S.

    Recipe looks very tasty so I will be sure to try it. I also love the Reynolds Cooking Bags plus I understand the importance of product placement. This particular video seemed to be more about the cooking bag than the recipe itself. We didn’t get to see the ingredients as we usually do (except for the ginger) but even then it was just a smidgen. Perhaps trying different placements of the bags would allow you to also focus on the various ingredients as well. Just a thought ; )

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