Tender, juicy Balsamic Pork Pot Roast is full of flavor and a great use for a cheap cut of meat.
Since it's almost the first day of fall and I've been craving comfort foods I thought it was about time we make one of my favorites.
Balsamic Pork Pot Roast is so tender and flavorful the meat just falls apart.
Just like the beloved Beef Pot Roast but possibly a little better, the jury is still out on that but oh man is it good!
It's the perfect use for a cheap cut of pork like Pork Shoulder or Boston Butt.
I had purchased a whole Pork Shoulder awhile back because the price was right and only needed half to make Slow Cooked Bourbon Peach BBQ Pulled Pork.
I've patiently been waiting for the weather to cool to make this for you and I strongly suggest some Cloverleaf Dinner Rolls or French Bread Dinner Rolls for sopping up the gravy..
It was so good the family was fighting over leftovers to bring to school and work.
In the process they forgot about Mom and took all the gravy..
The story of motherhood.
The next time I'll make sure to hide some leftovers down in the back of the veggie draw, no one will ever think to look there!
Here's how to make this lusciously moist, flavorful Balsamic Pork Pot Roast: