Pork in ginger ale – slow cooker recipe

pork in ginger ale

It’s that weird time of year where I am constantly turning the heating off one day then the next it’s cold again so whacking it back on. A yo-yo of hot and cold, throwing open the windows to air the house one day and shutting all the doors the next to keep the heat in one room.

The same goes with food, this week I have had salads, wraps and even hot soup for lunch, the weather can’t make it’s mind up and neither can I.

So faced with a particularly busy day I decided to use my Sage Multi cooker again but for slow cooking this time to get our evening meal on the table.

I had a tray of pork shoulder chops and a can of ginger beer in the fridge. Now I’ve seen ham cooked in coke, beef cooked in Guinness so why not?

I’m so glad I did as the results were superb and enjoyed by all the family. The ginger ale gives a slight hint of sweet but definitely not overpowering plus a hint of ginger which really added to this recipe

[yumprint-recipe id=’26’]If you don’t have the Sage Multi cooker then the only difference will be that you have to sautè everything in a pan before adding to your slow cooker and you will have to wash up. This is why I like the Multi Cooker as I skip a washign up process.

More Sage Multi cooker recipes are

Risotto Primavera

Tomato fish curry

2 Comments

  1. March 28, 2014 / 12:30 PM

    FAB – just what I needed – thanks

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