Paleo Recipes

Pot Pork and Vegetables

Pot Pork and Vegetables: Pork meat is truly delicious and makes a palatable dish when cooked with white wine and veggies of your choice. This dish is cooked using a high quality pressure cooker. Pot roasted pork is one of my favorite dishes. Loin pork meat which consists almost 38% of the meat consumption of the world is required for this purpose, though you can use your regular supermarket pork as well. But Loin pork is tender and very tasty while cooked in a simmering mode with the veggies.

Baby carrot is rich in vitamins and essential. The taste of spring onions and tomatoes will complement with the taste of pork. Since it takes a long time slow cooker is best suited for this purpose and will cook effectively while you can complete other important jobs. I tried this for the first time and I will admit that the luscious gravy was truly wonderful. The meat dripping in excess of white wine along with the veggies is truly a marvelous deal.

All you need to do is measure, follow the steps and indulge yourself in other important jobs, while there awaits for you a delicious mouth watering dish. Make this forthcoming Sunday a very special one by preparing the best pork dishes at the minimum effort.

Difficulty: Medium

Total Time to Make: 6 hours 15 minutes

Preparation time: 15 minutes

Cooking time:  6 hours

Servings: 3


  1. Pork loin ( ½ lb. in weight),
  2. Black pepper powder ( 1 teaspoon),
  3. Sea salt ( 1 ½ teaspoons),
  4. Garlic paste ( 1 teaspoon),
  5. Olive oil ( 2 tablespoons),
  6. Baby carrots ( 4-5 peeled and chopped),
  7. Spring onions ( chopped ½ cup),
  8. Tomatoes ( 2 medium sized chopped),
  9. Vegetable broth ( 3/4th cup),
  10. White wine (½ cup).


  1. Marinate the pork loin meat with black pepper powder and salt for 15 minutes.
  2. Heat olive oil in a sauce pan, garlic paste, tomatoes and add the pork meat. Cook for some time and the shift the entire content into a 4 quart slow cooker.
  3. Add the vegetable broth and cook for 5 hours at high mode. Remove the lid; shred the pork with the help of two forks. As you shred the meat more of the gravy goes inside giving it a luscious and zing flavor. Add the white wine, baby carrots and spring onions, cook for another 1 hour.

Remove and serve with safe starches such as sweet potatoes and rice. It’s a better and healthier option to consume meat cooked in all natural ingredients rather than consuming processed meat. Healthy Paleo meals are always advisable in comparison to added preservatives and additives in daily cooking.

Nutrition note: Per serving will contain Energy: 358.5 Cals., Total fat: 15.7 gms., Cholesterol: 104.5 mgms., Potassium: 866.6 mgms., Total carbohydrates@ 9 gms., Dietary fiber: 1.7 gms., Sugar: 1.1 gms., Protein: 38.4 gms.

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