This is an amazing meal. First, it only takes a few minutes to put it in the slow cooker. And it tastes fantastic. The pork roast is tender and full of flavor, thanks to Italian Herb Salt, garlic and white wine.
I’ll definitely be making this one again. Next time, I will add more whole cloves of garlic. Jim and I were searching in the potatoes to find the cooked garlic. They were perfect with the potatoes.
I love a meal that tastes like you’ve slaved over the stove, when you really only spent five or ten minutes putting it in the crockpot. That’s my kind of cooking.
Here’s what you’ll need to make this:
You can see from the photo that I used a jar of Homemade Italian Herb Salt. In the recipe, I’ve given you measurements for just enough for this dish, in case you didn’t want to make a whole batch. I do love this seasoning though. It’s great on all kinds of meats.
Italian Herb Salted Pork Roast and Potatoes in the Slow Cooker
- 2-3 lb. pork roast
- 6-8 garlic cloves whole
- 2-3 Tbs. olive oil
- 2 tsp. kosher salt
- 1 Tbs. basil
- 1 Tbs. oregano
- 1 Tbs. thyme
- 1 tsp. crushed red pepper flakes
- generous grind of black pepper
- 1/2 - 1 cup white wine
- 3-4 cups new potatoes
- Rinse the pork roast and place it in the crock.
- Cut 1 clove garlic in half and rub pork roast with it. Drop in bottom of crock.
- Rub pork with 1 Tbs. olive oil.
- Mix salt, basil, oregano, thyme, red pepper and black pepper together.
- Sprinkle roast with part of this seasoning, reserving some for the potatoes.
- In a large bowl, combine potatoes, remaining oil, garlic cloves and seasoning.
- Stir to coat potatoes.
- Pour wine over roast then add potatoes.
- Cover and cook 5-6 hours on high or 7-8 hours on low.
Robin from Frugal Family Times says
Yes, please! I’m checking for sales on pork roast as I type this. Thanks, Tiffany!
This looks amazing. I am making a grocery list right now.
Question: Where does the wine come in?
Yuh, where does the wine come in
Donna Henderson says
Love pork roast and the crock pot so can’t wait to try this! Sounds heavenly. In response to JP, I’m sure you just pour it over the top of everything…
That’s kind of what I figured. OR I could just have a sip while preparing the rest!!
Donna Henderson says
That’s probably why she has 1/2 – 1 c…1/2 c. in the crock pot and drink the other half!!
So I should pour the wine in the crock?! Guess I’ll double it and go halfsies with the roast 😉
Yes the wine goes in the crock. Enjoy!
Any suggestions about using a pork loin?
Pork loin would work great.
What size crock pot did you use for this recipe? I think the one I have is too small. This sounds amazing! My hubby would love it! We are in the middle of a kitchen remodel with no stove so this would work well for us.
Hi I love your site and recipes. I was wondering however do you know how I could get the nutrition facts on these. Thanks!
Carrie, you can use this link to find nutrition facts on a recipe.
Is it OK to use table salt or sea salt? IF so, would I change the amount I add of either of these? Thanks!
Jenny, yes, I think you can substitute either salt. The coarser sea salt might be closer to Kosher salt though.
If I already mixed a batch of the italian herb seasoning. How much would I use of it already mixed up?
Use about 3-4 Tbs.
This was a little too salty for me. so when I make it again I will cut down on the salt. Otherwise this has a fabulous flavor, and I used the rest of the wine while I was enjoying the Italian flavors.
hi what kind of white wine do you uses is it cooking wine or the wine you drink
I use the wine you drink.
Do you add water to cover the meat? Seems like the meat would dry out.
Randy, no water is needed. The meat stays tender and moist while it cooks.