Slow Cooker Balsamic Brown Sugar Pork Tenderloin couldn't be easier to make and is a dish you will want to eat over and over again. It's sweet, savory, and good enough to serve to company on a special occasion.
In case you haven’t noticed, I am obsessed with balsamic glaze these days. I am putting it on everything. Salads, sandwiches, pizzas, and now pork. Usually I make my own by simply reducing some balsamic vinegar but you can also buy it on Amazon or Trader Joe’s has a great one. So predictably, I made this delicious slow cooker balsamic brown sugar pork tenderloin last week and had to trash it up with some glaze. With or without the added glaze, the pork comes out deliciously tender.
It is a bit sweet and tangy from the combination of vinegar and brown sugar. Honey would work great as well. I decided to hold back on the herbs this time around but thyme, rosemary, or sage would all be delicious. My family isn't always super into fresh herbs in dishes like this so I usually I add some to my dish after so I can get the flavors I love but everyone else is happy. We also love a touch of spice in everything, so I add just a hint of chili powder. You can leave it out or kick it up a notch depending on what your family likes.
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