{Crock Pot} Asian Pork

September 19, 2012

Updated 10/22/12.. a little clearer picture and a instead of angel hair pasta, serve with white rice and veggies on the side.

I am undecided about my picture for this recipe.  For some reason, any type of noodly, Asian dish, I have a tough time getting a good photo.  I fiddled with it quite alot with my new photo obsession.. PicMonkey.  (If you haven't tried it..do it. It's free and fun.You will be marking, changing and going a little crazy with every picture you take).  So, pardon my picture if you think it looks a bit funky.
Anyhoo..here is another tasty crock pot recipe for you guys. A bit of a change for us {not chicken!} and with the noodles and veggies it makes a nice, healthy meal.

1 pound boneless pork chops ( I used a thin cut)
1/2 cup hoisen sauce
1/4 cup soy sauce
3-4 TBSP honey
2 TBSP corn starch
8oz angel hair pasta,cooked
1-2 cups cooked vegetables of your choice

Spray crock pot with non stick cooking spray.  Place pork chops in pot.  Mix hoisen sauce, soy sauce and honey in a mixing bowl.  Pour over pork chops.  Cover and cook on slow for 5- 1/2  hours.  Remove pork from pot.  Add corn starch to liquid in pot.  Stir to thicken.  Cut up or shred pork and place back in crock pot.  Coat with sauce mixture.  Cook for an additional 30 minutes.
Remove from crock pot and mix with pasta and vegetables.


  1. Hi Erin,
    We would just love your dish, it sounds awesome! Hope you have a great weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  2. Looks wonderful! Thanks for sharing at Foodie Friends Friday!

  3. I am not a great food photgrapher, but one thing I do that helps with noodle dishes is to: 1) Put it on the plate and give it a twist to make like a nest. Then, put some of the sauce/veggies in the hole. 2) Photograph it from the side at about a 45 degree angle.

    Anyway, I love this dish and I am so glad that you brought it to Weekend Potluck. Pinning and considering it for my menu next month.

  4. Thank you for hosting ladies!
    @ Tabitha..those are great ideas..thanks for the tips :) My next noodle dish will be a bit easy next time!


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