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|Calories770Calories from Fat160|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat160|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Tara 9 days ago
The whole family loved it. I cut the brown sugar in half and cooked it for about 3 hours on low and 1 hour on high as per other reviewers suggestions.
Faustin 20 days ago
Taste Great! Very tender, Good sauce.
Lathy Hachey. a month ago
My family loved it I will definitely be putting this recipe on my repeat file for
Ally 5 months ago
My pork was delicious. I would definitely serve this with veggies on the side. The sauce was very sweet so you need something to cut it. I had tons of sauce left over and served 3. I would definitely make less sauce next time but over all I was very satisfied
Carolyn Gentry 5 months ago
This is the second time I made it! Everyone loves it. Especially my mom that is 93 years old!
Kiaya 5 months ago
It was good. I think I prefer my pork tenderloin cooked in an oven rather than a crockpot
Kerry 5 months ago
First 5 star we’ve given!!! No substitutions - followed directions to the letter but for the high heat. I did this low and slow. AMAZING!!!!
Shoumo Banerji 5 months ago
Pretty good. Will try to dry out the pork next time
Sara Campos 5 months ago
I had a 1.5lb tenderloin and cooked on high for 2 hours. Could have made about half the amount of sauce for the size of the tenderloin. Would do less sugar next time!
Fran 6 months ago
Delicious!!! Must try
Rob Barrett 6 months ago
Pretty dang good! The sauce, the sauce.
Piersimoni 6 months ago
Definitely one of or favorites. I stuck to the recipe except for the glaze. Ireduced it for about 1/2 an hour.
Tim Trautmann 7 months ago
4.5 hours on high for a pork tenderloin that has been seared first? No way. Try 2.5 hours on high and switch to warm. Glaze was really good. Cut back on the sugar as balsamic is sweet on its own. Added a teaspoon of dijon.
David 7 months ago
Cooked the tenderloin for 3.5 hours at low then high for 1 hour. When turning up added some of the glaze. Only used 1/2 cup of sugar and was good. Cannot imagine it being edible with all the sugar used from the recipe. Not sure I would use the sage again.
Peddycord 7 months ago
This was great. Really enjoyed
Brian 7 months ago
Awesome, one of the best sauces ever!!!!!
Danielle 7 months ago
The dish turned out really well and the sauce was excellent.
Ozzie 7 months ago
Very tasty. Family thoroughly enjoyed this. Will likely reduce sugar in the glaze next time.
Doreen 7 months ago
I substituted thyme for sage, not sure how much that changed the flavor. I will prepare as the recipe suggest in the future. I reduced the brown sugar to 3/4 cups for the glaze, it complimented the savory flavors of the meat. Overall 4 stars.
Benoit Marinoff 8 months ago
SO good! Love a little sweet and that recipe was that and so much more!
Frese 8 months ago
It was delicious. I would definitely make it again. The glaze was amazing.
Sarah Nemechek 8 months ago
Delicious! Could even be a holiday meat option
Poirier 8 months ago
Wasn’t sure about the glaze, but with the meat it’s a great combination!! Going to be a family favorite!
Crystal McCann 9 months ago
This was delicious! My family loved it.
Smith 9 months ago
I cooked it on low with some of the olive oil from the skillet for about 6 hours. At the one hour mark, I made the glaze stirring till it mixed/boiled on the stove. At that point I drained out the oil and poured the glaze into the slow cooker to simmer for the last hour. Everybody loved it
Alicia Brenneis 9 months ago
loved it AND the leftovers! toddler approved
Andy 9 months ago
My 5 year-old, super-picky daughter ate it and asked for more. No other input required
Melodee Dawn Simone 9 months ago
delicious had meals for a week
Jen 10 months ago
This was very yummy. I used less sugar than what was stated based on other people’s reviews. Would make this again!
Zhu 10 months ago
It tasty. The sauce only smell and taste too much vinegar but it’s fine when go with the meat. Will make it again