Recipe: Pork Tenderloin with Apples and Cranberry (Crock Pot)

June 26, 2011 at 10:23 am (Kitchen Planning, Panteria 2011, Recipes)

This is the pork I prepared at Panteria this year (taking full advantage of the electricity available to us!). This quantity provided plenty of food for 18 people and used a roasting pan, but can easily be scaled down to a smaller group/crock pot.

Core and Slice 5lbs of Granny Smith Apples (any tart apples will work)

Place 1/2 of the apples on the bottom of the roaster.

Add 2 small can of whole cranberry sauce on top of the apples.

Place 3 pork tenderloins (2-3lbs each) on top of cranberry/apple mixture.

Add remaining apples to the top of the pork.

Spread 2-3 more small cans of whole cranberry sauce on top of apples and pork.

Add a small amount of cinnamon if desired.

Heat on low heat (approx 225-275 degress) for 4-6 hours until pork reaches 165 degrees.

Remove pork from roaster and slice for serving.  Remove apple/cranberry mixture and serve as a sauce for the pork.


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