Recipe by msanders
"Delicious tender pork and sweet potatoes equal a lovely stew! Can be adapted for the slow cooker after the skillet steps."
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all purpose flour
pork loin, cut into 1-inch cubes
sweet onion, chopped
1 1/3 cups
sweet potatoes, cut into 1-inch cubes
ground black pepper
crushed dried rosemary
salt to taste
This got rave reviews. i didn't transfer my pork into another dish after browning it. (why dirty another bowl/dish?) I just pushed it aside in my ovenproof metal skillet and browned the onions and garlic, then used white wine instead of sherry to make a roux. The rosemary and thyme are a nice touch.
This looked/read like it was gonna be great but it was just "ok" We seem to like our sweat potatoes separate :-/
Made this yesterday for my daughter's family, who are fussy eaters, they loved it. My daughter, who is a great cook, demanded the recipe. One small change, did not have either sherry or a white wine (we like the reds!!)grabbed a bottle of Merlot and used a generous dollop of that. BuggyBob
Wow! Did this tonight in the crockpot. Just threw everything in and put it on low for 8 hours. Turned it up to high for an hour to thicken with a bit more flour, and that was it. Super tasty. Everybody loved it. I used 2 teaspoons of each of the herbs, and threw in some bay leaves. Short on wine so used some water and chicken soup base. One of the best things I've made in the crockpot. Will be making this again regularly!
This is a keeper for me. The only change I made is to use 2 pounds of pork and 3 large sweet potatoes. Yummy on a cold winter evening.
side of brown rice-used chicken broth for liquid and added cranberries to the liquid and let it come to a boil. Great flavor
I seared the meat as directed in a large stoneware pot and put this in a separate dish while I used the same pot (without washing) to make the recipe, adding the meat back in before it went into the oven. Came out beautifully. Great flavors!
So good! I substituted boneless/skinless chicken breast, because I had some that needed to be cooked before it went bad. Since chicken doesn't yield as much fat or liquid as pork, I added more broth (approximately doubled) and added a tablespoon of butter. It turned out amazing! I can't wait to try it with pork. The dijon mustard combined with brown sugar is to die for!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork Sweet Potato Stew
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 131
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