Cooktop Cove: How to make slow cooker honey ginger glazed pork loin (video)
There are certain slow cooker recipes that just sound so delicious, it's easy to be skeptical that they could ever live up to their mouthwatering expectations. But brace yourselves, because this recipe for honey-ginger-glazed pork loin is seriously as good as it gets. What's better, this dish can be prepared in the comfort of your own slow cooker, making for the easiest show-stopping meal you've ever prepared!
We recommend the additional step of searing your pork before placing it in your slow cooker, as this helps to seal in the delicious juices and keep it moist as it cooks. The quick ginger-garlic marinade on the outside of the seared pork allows for it to sear perfectly while creating a fantastic, flavorful outer crust. Once finished, this dish serves beautifully over white rice or with a bright, crisp salad.
Pro tip: This sauce is a great recipe to keep on the back-burner (literally) for any and all pork cravings. This works as a brilliant marinade for pork baby back ribs, or as a savory sauce to coat pork meatballs for a fun, even more kid-friendly version!
Note: All slow cookers are a little bit different in temperature and calibration. This recipe was tested in Cooktop Cove's Test Kitchen using this slow cooker, which is available for purchase here.
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