Do you have a pork loin just laying around? If not, you need to go out and buy one! Go on…I’ll wait. 😉 Why do you need a pork loin you ask? Because you really need to try this Slow Cooker Pork Roast French Dip! It is ah-mazing!
Aunt Lou here.
I was a little bit skeptical when Cris was telling me about this one. She had a secret ingredient that sounded a bit unusual. But she continued to rave about it and well, Big Sis is quite the cook (in case you haven’t figured that out yourself!). So I figured there must be something to it.
UPDATE: Mikey (my BIL) made a video about this roast to show you how easy it is to throw together.
What is this secret ingredient? None other than one of our family’s favorite pops…Big Red! Who would have thought?!
The old saying says that necessity is the mother of invention…and this necessity had a great invention as a result! I had the chance to try out this Slow Cooker Pork Roast French Dip at Miss Add’s birthday party and it was wonderful. The flavor was incredible. I could go on and on.
Another great thing about this recipe, there are three…count them one, two, three!…ingredients! So now for the recipe.
Slow Cooker Pork Roast French Dip
Place your pork loin in your slow cooker. Next pour your Big Red over the meat. Then you sprinkle the seasoning salt on top. Cover and cook on low for eight hours or high for six. Once it is done (and you are salivating to try it), shred the pork. Then it is ready to make into sandwiches and be dipped in the juices. Yummy!
This Pork Roast French Dip would be perfect for any party, get together or just for a mid-week meal. It is easy to throw together and has ingredients you probably already have on hand. That is a major Mommy Score in this house! Enjoy!
- 2-3 lb Pork Roast or Tenderloin
- 1 Can Big Red Soda (or other soda)
- 2 tsp Lawry's Seasoning Salt
- Place meat in a slow cooker.
- Pour soda over meat.
- Sprinkle with seasoning salt.
- Cook on high for 6 hours or low for 8.
- Shred pork and place on buns.
- Dip sandwiches in juices.