The crockpot. Something you don’t even know you’re missing until you’re about 29. I find myself mostly using it overnight so I can pack a good lunch the next day and eat leftovers for dinner.
I often get inspired by Gimme Some Oven on Instagram and wanted to try to simplify her Apple Cider Pulled Pork. It came out really tasty – I’ve eaten it on its own, on top of a chopped salad, and stuffed in a roasted delicata squash.
What you’ll need:
- Pork tenderloin
- Apple cider
- Yellow onion
- Chop up onions and throw in the bottom of crockpot
- Plop pork onto onions
- Cover with apple cider, enough to cover the pork
- I tend to cook slow, overnight, but give it a few stirs here and there before bed
- When it’s ready, I scoop out the pork and pull apart – depending on what I’m eating it with, use the juice and onions for additional flavor on top