In “Cooking up Comfort,” we’re walking you through all the classics, whether you want to curl up with soup on a rainy afternoon or bake something delicious to celebrate the weekend. This slow cooker pulled pork chutney recipe from Sandy Coughlin of The Reluctant Entertainer is exactly what you need when you don’t want to cook.

The ability to cook a meal “low and slow” for hours, without having to worry about pulling it out of the oven at the right time, is one of the great advantages of having a slow cooker in your kitchen.

mango chutney

This pulled pork recipe couldn’t be simpler — it has just three ingredients total — and brings a sweet flavor twist, thanks to the Harry & David Mango Chutney. Just throw everything into the slow cooker, set it to the right temperature, and leave it be. You’re now free to go to work, enjoy the great outdoors, do some yoga, or watch TV completely stress free. Heck, why not do all of them! That’s the beauty of the slow cooker.

Serve the pulled pork over rice or make sandwiches and add some coleslaw. And for the next night? Leftover pulled pork tacos! Though we doubt there will be any left over.

Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Chutney

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Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours 10 minutes
Servings 4

Equipment:

  • Slow Cooker

Ingredients:

Instructions: 

  • Spray the bottom of a slow cooker with nonstick cooking spray and add the pork loin. and add the pork loin.
  • Add the red onion and the jar of mango chutney.
  • Cover and cook until the meat is moist and tender, about 2-3 hours on high or 4-6 hours on low.
  • Using two forks, pull apart the pork and serve on a bed of rice.
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
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Author

When Sandy Coughlin started blogging in 2006, she set out to write about the missing art of hospitality in our culture. She had recognized a great need for people to connect and escape their isolation and loneliness, so she jumped in with Reluctant Entertain to help. Visit www.reluctantentertainer.com for simple entertaining ideas, dinner party tips, and ways to reach out and grow your hospitality.

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