Sunday, June 26, 2011
BONELESS PORK COOKED IN THE CROCK POT WITH DILL
Before Nana went to bed last night she decided that she was going to cook something in her crock pot/ slow cooker. She looked in the freezer and found 2 packages of boneless pork chops. The pork pieces were about 1/2 inch thick and there were 6 pieces. This morning she took a medium size onion and cut half of it into big pieces and dropped it into the pot. In the summer we love to use vidalia onions because they are very mild, but any onion will work. We took the pork pieces rinsed them off in cold water and put them in the crock pot. As they were put into the crock pot a little dry dill seasoning was sprinkled on each piece. We put 1 cup of water in the crock pot, cut up the rest of the onion into large pieces covered the pot and put it on low. We let the crock pot cook for about 6 hours. If you put it on high it would take about 4 hours. We knew they were done when they came apart with a fork. We had mashed potatoes and corn with the pork. It was delicious. We became a fan of dill seasoning when we sauteed it in our summer squash last summer . This recipe will be posted as soon as we get some summer squash right from the farm or garden. We have had a lot of fun trying out new seasonings. Trying new seasonings will be something we try very often.