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This recipe for APPLE CIDER PORK ROAST (crockpot recipe), by Patti Leake, is from Patti's Cookbook,
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½ cup apple cider (or juice) 4 (give or take dependant on size) sweet potatoes, sliced 1 inch thick 3 yellow onions, sliced 4 medium apples, peeled and sliced (I prefer Jonathan or Granny Smith...do not use Red Delicious or Gala) 2 lb boneless pork roast 1 tsp dijon mustard 1/4 tsp blk pepper 1/8 tsp dried sage (or 4 fresh leaves)
Pour apple juice into crock pot. Layer sweet potatoes, onions and apples.
Brown the pork roast on all sides in a skillet over med-high heat (can use a little bit of olive oil if necessary)
Place the browned roast over the potatoes/onions/apples. Brush the roast w/the dijon mustard. Sprinkle pepper and sage over the roast.
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