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You know how I always like to tell you how you can experience real flavor real fast by taking advantage of Smithfield ® marinated pork for a quick and easy recipe that tastes amazing. It’s 100% fresh pork that comes in a variety of options and it just makes cooking easier by reducing the amount of time it takes to make a great meal. You can easily repurpose the leftovers which is another way that Eric and I save a lot of precious time in our hectic routine.
I’ve created for you another Smithfield ® pork recipe that will knock your socks off and you’ll be done with the work in less than thirty minutes. It all starts by heading to Walmart to pick up Smithfield Roasted Garlic & Herb Loin Filet.
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I love a good slow cooker recipe. They are so easy because you don’t have to stay on top of the process like you do on a grill. Prepping is so quick and simple and all you have to do is let the cooker do it’s job for you. The best part, though, is how flavorful and tender the meat is when it is through. There is nothing like it and as Fall approaches I think I will be getting a lot more use out of my slow cooker in the cooler months.
My slow cooker recipe for Smithfield Roasted Garlic & Herb Loin Filet is phenomenal and best part it is super easy to make.
Easy Pork Over Rice Medley
- Smithfield Roasted Garlic & Herb Loin Filet
- 2 Cups of Cooked Rice
- 1 Cup of Cooked Green Beans
- 1 Cup of Cooked Carrots
- et your slow cooker to high and cook the Smithfield Roasted Garlic & Herb Loin Filet for 4 hours.
- After the filet is fully cooked place on a cutting board and let rest.
- Mix the rice with the carrots and green beans and place on a platter.
- Cut the pork and place it on the rice.