Tougher cuts of pork can develop an amazing taste and tenderness when slow cooked. Try one of these slow cooker recipes and see for yourself.
Takes a long time but worth it in the end - leftover meat can be used for many other dishes.
Mouth-watering, pork cooked in a slow cooker and served with barbecue sauce. An American favourite, serve on floury soft rolls with coleslaw and potato crisps.
This is an easy pork dish with a peanut sauce that your whole family will enjoy.
Adapted from a microwave recipe. Everyone loves this as the meat is so tender and tasty. Cornflour thickening gives more delicate flavour than gravy powder. Always have to make a triple or quadruple batch, so there are leftovers for later. Leftovers also freeze well and reheat easily in the microwave.
This is the easiest receipe, but so delicious, the meat will fall off the bone.
Place all the vegetables with the pork chops in the slow cooker then relax; 6 hours later the preparation is forgotten and you are enjoying a hearty casserole.
This is incredibly easy to do with only two ingredients. Rather than wasteing the apple juice after cooking the gammon (ham) why not use it as a base of a home made apple sauce or dressing sauce for the meat.
If you have high cholesterol, then this is the soup for you! It is a fat free, hearty soup guaranteed to fill you up. Lentils, pearl barley, garlic and vegetables are heart friendly and the addition of pork makes it an all round meal in a bowl.