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Red Wine & Onion Glazed Crock-Pot Pork

With only a few ingredients needed and minimal prep time, you can’t go wrong with this recipe.  I spent 5 minutes total preparing this melt-in-your-mouth dish!

I began with one frozen pork tenderloin.  I like to cook frozen meat in the crockpot since you can stock up ahead of time, but you can also use fresh tenderloin for this.

Place the meat in the crock-pot.

Then, take one packet of onion soup mix and sprinkle on top of the pork.

In a separate bowl mix: 1.5 cups of water, 1 cup of red wine, 3 tablespoons of Worcester sauce.

Pour the mixture over the pork and onion mix already in the crock pot.

Cover, cook for 8 hours on low.

When I got home from work the cooker had already gone for 8 hours and had switched to the “warm” setting.  I flipped the meat over and let it sit in the juice on the other side for about 30 minutes before I served it.

The great part about this dish is that the onion soup mix combines with the red wine/water mixture to create a delicious au jus that you can serve on the side. 

Serve with veggies, rice, or even in a sandwich!

Enjoy.

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