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Amazing Pork Tenderloin in the Slow Cooker

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In this video, you’ll see how to make simple pork tenderloin in your slow cooker. So quick and easy, the tenderloin soaks for hours in a flavor-giving bath of red wine, soy sauce, and onion soup mix, coming out of the slow cooker super moist and tender. Just a few minutes of simple preparation in the morning pays off later with a delicious, mouth-watering meal! No wonder this recipe has more than 100,000 recipe box saves. Get chowsito’s recipe for Amazing Pork Tenderloin in the Slow Cooker.

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Marc

Marc

I am cooking the pork tenderloin in the crockpot today and need to know if sutter home sweet red wine would be okay to use or try another?

TW

TW

I made this exactly according to the recipe. The pork was very tender, but the garlic flavor was overpowering with 3T of minced garlic. I might try it again with much less garlic, and more pepper. Anyone else find it too garlic-y? I'm afraid the leftovers will go to waste...

SANDRAMAC

SANDRAMAC

To LBT, I saw the same phenomenon in my slow cooker. It may be a reaction to the acidity of the wine (or in my variation, lemon juice). I just stir it down into the juices. I have seen it before, in other dishes made with garlic, and its nothing to fear, just a chemical reaction. Remember, most of the things we love about the taste of food comes from its chemistry!

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