Pork roast, onions, cream of celery soup and a packet of Lipton Savory Herb and Garlic mix together and create this fabulously easy and delicious recipe for Crock-Pot Pork Loin Roast with Potatoes! Your family will love it!
Slow Cooker Pork Loin Roast with Potatoes
This one pot wonder combines a boneless pork loin roast, Russet potatoes, onions, celery and a few other ingredients to create a tasty roast that cooks in it’s own gravy.
Once cooked, slice the pork roast up and spoon the potatoes and gravy over cooked rice (if desired) and serve with a nice side salad or some streamed vegetables for a complete dinner that everyone will love!
This really is a no-fuss pork loin roast recipe that comes out with a ton of flavor from the Lipton Savory Herb & Garlic soup and dip mix!
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Crock-Pot Pork Loin Roast with Potatoes Recipe
- 2 pounds Pork Loin Roast (trimmed of excess fat)
- 4 whole Russet Potatoes (washed and sliced)
- 1 medium Yellow Onion (peeled and sliced)
- 1 packet Lipton Savory Herb with Garlic Soup & Dip Mix
- 21 ounces Canned Cream Of Celery Soup
- 2 stalks Celery (washed and diced)
- 2 whole Green Onions (washed and sliced)
- 1 cup Water
- Place all of the sliced potatoes, half of the sliced yellow onion and half of the sliced green onions in bottom of a 6 quart or larger slow cooker.
- Place pork loin roast on top of potatoes.
- In a medium mixing bowl, mix together the cream of celery soup, dry soup mix and water. Pour over pork roast in slow cooker.
- Add the remaining half of sliced onions, diced celery and sliced green onions.
- Cover and cook on LOW for 7 to 8 hours or on HIGH for 3 to 4 hours or until an instant read meat thermometer reads 160° F (71° C).
- Serve meat, potatoes and gravy over cooked rice if desired.
Mary Darst says
When do you add the Lipton Dry? Do you mix it in with other soup and water?
Hi Mary, thanks for you comment and pointing out that we made a “boo boo”. I have gone ahead and edited the recipe to include when you should add the dry soup mix. It should have been in step #3 which now reads…
How would you make this in an Instant Pot under pressure?
I cooked it for 20 minutes in an Instant Pot, but probably could do it in 10 min?
Crock-Pot Ladies says
Good to know Wanda, thanks for letting us know how it worked for you in the Instant Pot!
Laura-Ann Charlot says
I’ve made slow-cook pork loin roast recipes similar to this several times. This is a no-fail way to cook a tasty, healthy, and inexpensive meal for your family. You can easily vary this recipe in several ways: Use Cream af Chicken or Cream of Mushroom soup if you have those, but don’t have Cream of Celery on hand. This will change the taste a little, but it will still be delicious. Add your own sliced mushrooms. Add some broccoli or carrots to increase the vegetable nutrition value – it will still taste great. Add 2 cups water or skim milk to thin the end result into a soup instead of a stew. Add 1 cup pre-soaked black or pinto beans. You simply can’t go wrong or ruin this meal unless maybe you overcook it way too long; slow-cookers are very forgiving of variations in recipe – it’ll still taste great even if you change the ingredient proportions quite a lot.