AIP Teriyaki Pork (Crock Pot)

Teryaki Pork

I am a HUGE fan of the Crock Pot/Slow Cooker, I will often prepare my meal when I’m tidying up the kitchen from dinner, and place it in the fridge so that I can just whip it out and plug it in at breakfast time!

This recipe, combines the silky sweet tastes of Teriyaki with Pasture Raised Pork Loin, but Pork Shoulder or Pork Butt is equally good especially for shredding!

For our family of two, I will cut the loin in half and shred half for dinner, but keep the remaining half in its loin form.  That way we have sliced pork for lunches the next day.  This AIP Teriyaki Pork recipe is requested by my family when we visit England, its a whole family favorite!

Teriyaki Crock Pot Pork
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This recipe, combines the silky sweet tastes of Teriyaki with pasture raised pork loin, but pork shoulder or pork butt is equally as good. This meat is excellent on the second day, for lunches or another meal
Servings Prep Time
6 10 Minutes
Cook Time
6 Hours/Medium
Servings Prep Time
6 10 Minutes
Cook Time
6 Hours/Medium
Teriyaki Crock Pot Pork
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This recipe, combines the silky sweet tastes of Teriyaki with pasture raised pork loin, but pork shoulder or pork butt is equally as good. This meat is excellent on the second day, for lunches or another meal
Servings Prep Time
6 10 Minutes
Cook Time
6 Hours/Medium
Servings Prep Time
6 10 Minutes
Cook Time
6 Hours/Medium
Ingredients
Pork
Teriyaki Sauce
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Instructions
  1. Wash and pat dry pork
  2. Mix up all Teriyaki Sauce ingredients (Coconut Animos, Fish Sauce, Maple Syrup, Ground Ginger, Raw Honey)
  3. Distribute Garlic over the top of the pork, then pour over the Teriyaki Sauce
  4. Place in Crock Pot on medium for 6 hours
  5. If going for shredded version, 30 Minutes before serving, shred into sauce and leave to soak up the juices. If using pork butt - we shred up the meat using two forks to pull apart the meat and soak in the juices from the crockpot! If using the Pork Loin, we slice and serve with a really sharp knife, and its wonderful for cold cuts the next day!.
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