Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Crockpot Pork Mushroom Marsala with Linguine


It's that time of the year. Retail is a tough time trying to make some hearty meals having to work longer hours,(12 hour days). I never have time to cook when I get home or even want to for that matter. I want fast, ready, then off to bed I go! I don't get much down time these days.
 So the crockpot is my best friend during the holiday season!
I will be out of town for meetings the next few days, so I apologize in advance for not returning any comments  (sad face), but will catch up at the end of the week, when I get home. 
Thanks for your continued support.... have a wonderful week ahead! 
Crockpot Pork Marsala Recipe
1 cup flour
1 teaspoon dry mustard powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon garlic powder
pinch of cayenne pepper
1/4 teaspoon oregano
1/4 teaspoon rosemary
1/4 teaspoon thyme
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
6 boneless butterfly style pork chops
4 tablespoons canola oil
1 lb of fresh cleaned and rinsed sliced mushrooms
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 can (10.75 ounce size) condensed cream of mushroom soup
1/2 cup Marsala wine
cooking spray
1 pound of your favorite cooked pasta ( cooked in salted water)
optional garlic cheddar biscuits (recipe highlighted just click on it)
grating cheese and parsley optional for garnish

Mix in a large plastic bag, flour herbs, mustard and spices. Shake the pork chops in the mixture. Shake off and excess flour. Sautee with  1 teaspoon garlic and oil turning once to brown on both sides.
Add the mushrooms, rest of garlic minced, mushroom soup and wine in a bowl mixing together. Place pork in  oil sprayed crockpot, pour marsala mixture over them and place on low 6 to 8 hours. Serve with cooked linguine and garlic cheddar biscuits.

15 comments:

Federica said...

I still to have dinner and I'd like to have your tasty pasta dish right now :) It's very tempting so rich and flavourfull. Bye, have a good day

Greg said...

This sounds awesome. Chicken Marsala has always been a family favorite at my house. I am going to have to try this now that the family keeps getting bigger.

Peggy said...

This sounds delicious Claudia! Have fun in your meetings =)

Joanne said...

Perfect! I know this would be a tremendous hit in our house.
The crockpot becomes my best friend in the cooler months as well. So much time saved :)

Parsley Sage said...

Great crock pot recipe! As a working wifey I pretty can't life without mine :)

Rosemary said...

My son-in-law is in retail and I know from now until ?, he's just bussssy. This is perfect for someone who just wants good food at the end of a busy day. It's a saver, Claudia!

ARLENE said...

Looks like a hearty dinner, certainly welcome this time of year.

Claudia said...

I worked retail sales for so many years when the kids were younger. I welcomed the busyness of the season - but our managers were just fried. I love the good use you make out of the crockpot - the Marsala is a spectacular idea.

Catherine said...

Dear Claudia, It is the truth! There is not any down~time these days for anything! Have a safe trip. I will look forward to your visits when you get home.
The pork marsala sounds divine. Blessings from, Your friend, Catherine. xoxo

anthony stemke said...

We love chicken marsala, different than this. Can't wait to try this crockpot concoction. Love your use of herbs and spices.
Going to mention your sausage and peppers in my tailgate foods blog, because it is well written and so delish.
Thank You.

Lizzy said...

What a fabulous meal for those busy days...and I'm sure the house smells amazing while this is cooking~

Free Spirit Eater said...

This looks incredibly delicious! Yum! Thanks for sharing, and we'll miss you while you're gone Claudia! ='(

Tina said...

Sometimes things can get hectic, so a crockpot is the way to go. This does look delicious.
I really hate missing out on my foodie friends posts, but sometimes life does take over-I look forward to your return.

Parsley Sage said...

Wowsa! It never occurred to me that you could do pork marsala in a crockpot. GENIUS!

Buzzed :)

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