Fall Cooking Made Easy with Slow Cookers
Everyone loves a good, home-cooked meal, but most of us don’t have time to prepare them. Take the stress out of meal preparation with a flip of a switch! Whether you’re cooking for one or cooking for five, slow cookers are a great way to save time and deliver a delicious home-cooked meal. The chefs at duBreton, the all- Canadian farming trailblazer and North America’s number one producer of Certified Humane Raised and Handled® pork, share tips for making every slow cooker recipe tender and tasty.
It’s all in the Cut
Choose a cut of meat that won’t dry out during the long cooking process. Pork is one of the best types of meat to use in a slow cooker as it tenderizes throughout the process. DuBreton’s sustainably raised and ethically-produced, boneless pork shoulder roast is ideal for a tender, melt-in-your-mouth delight because of its high-fat content.
Go for Slow
People often wonder whether or not you can leave a slow cooker on all day — the answer is yes! Slow cookers are meant to cook a meal over an extended period of time, running on very low wattage, making them ideal for cooking meats, particularly pork. This cooking process allows for the meat to slowly self-baste, tenderize and marinate in the seasonings.
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