This Paleo Slow-Cooker Pork Roast takes just minutes to get in the slow-cooker, but is so tasty, tender and moist that your family and guests will think you spent hours in the kitchen.
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I love the idea of throwing things into a slow-cooker in the morning and coming home to a tasty meal later in the day. Sometimes, though, slow-cooker recipes require lots of preparation to get started. Meat needs to be browned, vegetables need to be cut and liquids need to measured. My mornings are crazy enough without adding all of that to it! This recipe, however, requires very little prep. It’s hard to believe something so fast and easy could turn out so delicious.
This recipe uses a simple rub for the roast and then it simply cooks in it’s own juices. I swear it only takes about five minutes to get it cooking. What’s not to love about that!
- 1 teaspoon thyme
- 1 teaspoon sea salt
- 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
- 1 3-4 pound pastured pork roast (butt or shoulder)
- Place the thyme, sea salt and pepper in a small bowl and mix together using a small whisk.
- Rub the thyme, salt and pepper mixture on the pork roast. Be sure to cover all surfaces.
- Place the roast in the slow-cooker and cover.
- Turn the slow-cooker to high and let cook for 5 hours.
- Alternatively, you may cook it on low temperature for 8 hours.