Crockpot Cranberry-Raspberry Chipotle Pork Roast. Fresh cranberries add a piquant touch to this, spicy as you like it, crockpot dinner. Raspberry sauce and chipotle spice combine nicely with the fresh orange slices, onions, and peppers to make a delightfully flavorful, zippy marinade for a delicious fall dinner!
Rummaging around in my refrigerator I found all sorts of interesting ingredients to add into my crock pot yesterday. That’s what I love about crock pot cooking; I can use what I have on hand!
Well, one of the things I enjoy about it. Crock pot is so good for those busy days when the hour before dinnertime is just too hectic to cook. I LOVE crock potting pork roast! It always comes out so moist and flavorful with a good marinade. That’s what happened tonight. I invented a new family favorite with this and that out of my fridge and cupboards.
The thing with invention and the creative process is; It can be a little messy and disorganized. I didn’t plan to post this dinner. I was just having fun playing in some new flavors. It turned out So well I’m going to share it! You might notice it’s pretty disheveled in the crock pot and sort of cut; not so evenly in the pictures. Sorry about that. It was just too good to not share; even though it could be much prettier with a bit of effort. Trust me on this.
You could feed this to company. It’s nicely garnished with red, yellow or green peppers, cranberry-raspberry sauce, fresh onions and orange slices. I had to photograph this quickly, as the meat kept disappearing off the platter, so no lovely photo shoot on this one.
Look at that moist, lovely meat smothered in delicious peppers, onions and cranberries! The directions I gave in the recipe will help you make a much prettier presentation if you desire.
Put Crockpot Cranberry-Raspberry Chipotle Pork together with a nice fall Garden salad. Perfectly satisfying meal!
Crockpot Cranberry-Raspberry Chipotle Pork Roast Recipe:
- Slice the pork roast into large sections and lay in the bottom of the crock pot.
- Layer onion over the pork.
- Add all the other ingredients into a bowl and mix together well, except the orange rinds.
- Pour the wet ingredients over the pork and onions and layer the orange slices over the top.
- Set the crock pot to high for four hours or set it to six hours. With the pork cut up even 8 hours on low will work just fine. Enjoy!