Grandma Edna’s Cajun Pork
Total TimePrep: 35 min. Cook: 6 hours
Makes12 servings (2-1/4 cups sauce)
We liked this pork recipe. It had flavor and the pork was still moist.
I reduced the thyme to 1/2 tsp based on other reviews, but this pork roast wasn't anything special. Husband and I both thought it was average
My son loved it, but that was extremely too much thyme for me...like others, I used just 1 teaspoon and it was still overpowering. Will make it again but with 1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon thyme!
I have made this recipe several times and truly like it but I do agree on the thyme. Two tsps is way too overpowering...I just sprinkle a little bit of thyme...
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I thought it was good. I followed what other reviewers said and I added a bit of liquid....I added 1/4 cup of liquid and 2/3 of the way threw cooking I had to extract liquid out because the roast was practically floating in liquid. I extraced 2.5 cups of liquid and I still had plenty of liquid left to make the gravy. It did not effect the cooking or flavor one bit! YUM. My husband loved it and ate about 2 LBS of the 4.5 LB roast I made and our 3 year old had his entire plate finished before we even sat down to eat. *update* I turned this roast's leftovers into an asian pork noodle soup (recipe in my taste of home cook book) a few days later and it was still great!
We really liked the 'cajun' flavor of this roast. The onion, celery and pepper really added a nice touch to it. Much better than a plain pork roast! The first time I made this it was moist, but the 2nd time a little drier. I think adding a little broth or water might help. I use the leftover in bean soup and it is really good!
I personally thought that 2 tsp thyme was a bit much, so I cut it back to only 1tsp & the thyme was still way too overpowering. My husband & children did not even finish their portion (I did only because I did not want to waste it). I will not be using this recipe again.
I'm wondering if some water is missing from the recipe? Mine got a little too brown on the bottom while in the slow cooker and I added water to the juices at the end to make 2 1/4 cups of gravy as the recipe mentioned. Nice spicy flavor, though!