Your crockpot is one of the handiest things in your kitchen. Just think about it – in summer, your dinner will cook without heating up your kitchen at all. In winter, when many people are busiest and when the kids are in school and when you have to almost live in your car to keep up with camp and swim meets and, and, and. . . .thank you, crockpot, for keeping us all well fed and sane!
Apple Habanero Crockpot Pork is one of my family’s favorite meals. It’s so easy, as are most crockpot meals.
2 pounds pork, almost any kind – roast, ribs, tenderloin, chops. . . .
1 cup Texas Pepper Jelly’s Apple cherry Habanero pepper jelly, with or without peppers
2 Granny Smith apples, unpeeled, diced
1/2 pound pitted cherries
1 large onion, diced
What to do:
Slice the pork into strips
Put everything into your crockpot
Set the crockpot on “low” and go to work or school. Eight hours later, turn off the crockpot and lift contents out with a large slotted spoon; place contents in large serving bowl.
Toss some salad to go along with it and dinner is served.