Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Teriyaki Pork Roast

I love a good roast, but sometimes just need a little extra flavor kick. Nothing wrong with a good pot roast, but when you need a little something different, try a simple addition that will make all the difference, and makes this meal super easy to re-invent with the leftovers. That is - if you have any.

5-7 lb. pork roast, tougher cuts of meat work best
salt and pepper, to taste
1 bottle teryaki marinade
2 cloves garlic
1/4 C. honey

Salt and pepper the roast to taste, add roast, teriyaki sauce (entire bottle), garlic and honey to crockpot. Cook over low for 8-10 hours.

Meat is done when no longer pink inside and tender enough to fall off the bone.

Yields = 8-15 servings.

Re-inventing ideas:

1. Add meat to fried rice
2. Serve with naan and rice
3. Serve in tortilla with rice and beans
4. Serve in a sammie with provolone cheese
5. Turn into a wrap using flour tortilla, lettuce, and more teriyaki sauce

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