Monday, October 10, 2011

Melt in Your Mouth Bacon Pork Roast

So I found this awesome hot sauce called, Bacon Hot Sauce. (click on their name and "like" them on Facebook)

You had me at bacon.

Yum, meat candy was my first thought!

Anyway, now that I have your mouths watering as much as mine, I emailed the new company and requested a sample. Those awesome people sent me a whole dang bottle! I was so excited when I got that package in the mail. It was like Christmas!

So my bacon brain starting thinking up all the yummy ways I could use this hot sauce other than sprinkle it on everything in sight or drink it straight out of the bottle...

Then it hit me, I was at Homeland and they had pork roasts on sale for $2.99! Wow! I thought, man that's a cheap, yummy meal. So I went home to conjure up a bacony, spicy, tender, melt in your mouth roast.

So here's what I came up with...

First, put your roast (fat side up) in your slow cooker or bean pot (from Celebrating Home) and cover with a 12 oz. can of Dr. Pepper or Coke. This will help tenderize and add another yummy flavor.

Pour about 2-4 tablespoons of Bacon Hot Sauce over the roast, depending on how much heat your family likes, for us the more the merrier.

Sprinkle about 2 tablespoons of Tony Chachere's Creole Seasoning (this stuff is good on everything!)

Next, add a couple splashes of Liquid Smoke, this will make that bacon flavor stand out even more.

Put the lid on your bean pot and bake in a 250 degree oven for 4 hours.

It looks and smells so yummy already!

Sorry for the sloppy plating. Hubs got excited and got helpful! :)

***My report on the Bacon Hot Sauce: I thought that the sauce flavor overall was delicious but that the bacon flavor could have been a little stronger for my taste it wasn't prevalent enough. I did enjoy the sauce and I think that it added a nice touch to my recipe and gave it a unique taste. My family also approved of the Bacon Hot Sauce. We will be using it again!

I used my Celebrating Home bean pot to cook this in the oven but you could every easily cook this in the crock pot.

This post is sponsored by Bacon Hot Sauce, they provided me with a free bottle but no monetary compensation. My opinions are my own and not reflective of the Bacon Hot Sauce company. Also Celebrating Home did not compensate me but I am a independent designer.

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