Pork Fried Rice Crock Pot Style for #SundaySupper

It’s my favorite day of the week again! Sunday funday everyone! I’ve been busy behind the scenes cooking a lot of new dishes, especially Fall dishes because it’s my favorite time of the year to cook and bake. I’ve broken out both crockpots recently so when this weeks theme came about I knew I had many of options to choose from. Then I decided I had to share a recipe that is a classic in my house. A recipe that will have your house smelling amazing all day long. A recipe that will save you from having to order take out! Have you ever made a Pork Fried Rice in the crockpot? If you haven’t I highly suggest trying it. Slow cooking the pork will have it nice and tender, all you will have to do is scramble an egg before serving and dinner will be served!

I am a huge huge lover of the slow cooker or crock pot as I like to call it. I depend on it for a lot of reasons. Busy nights, when I don’t feel like standing at a stove or sometimes my classic dishes come from the crock pot. My Chicken Pot Pie is a regular staple for our family too, it’s my go to dish when we have company because it’s easy yet delicious and I always get great reviews from my friends.

So pour yourself a cup of coffee, curl up and get comfortable because we have many Crock pot dishes coming your way today! This event is being hosted by Heather of Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks and Christie of A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures, thanks for hosting ladies!

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Ingredients:

3-4 lb Pork Roast (bone-in or boneless)
Salt for seasoning
8 Garlic Cloves
1 tsp. + of red pepper flakes (depending on what you like)
1 Onion, half sliced, half diced
1 Cup of dry white wine
1 Cup of Carrots, chopped small (I used two medium sized carrots)
2 Celery stalks, chopped small
1 Cup of frozen peas
2 eggs
2 egg whites
1 family bag of rice (brown or white)
3-4 Scallions, Chopped (for topping)
4-6 tbsp of soy sauce (don’t be afraid to taste it as you add it so you know what you like)

What to do:

Take the pork and make 4 cuts half way through. Insert the garlic randomly through out the pork.

Pork Fried Rice

Slice half of the onion and diced the other half and place on the bottom of the crock. Add carrots and celery and mix together. Season the pork with salt, pepper and red pepper and place on top of the vegetable mixture.  Add a few pieces of garlic on top and pour the wine around the roast. Wait until you see the broth that forms after it cooks all day!

Cook on low for 9 hours. Take the pork out and shred with two forks. Drain all but 2 cups of the broth (save the rest!) and place the pork back into the crock with the 2 cups of broth. Add the rice , frozen peas and mix to combine.  Move the heat to high for an hour.

Stir it around the last hour to make sure you keep an eye on the rice and broth, if you need more add more. Scramble and fry the eggs, add to the crock and stir. Serve with fresh green onions on top. Enjoy!

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