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Cajun Style Pork Loin Recipe and My Review of the Fairwind FWPC6L 6Liter Pressure Cooker

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I received a FairWind FWPC6L Pressure Cooker for the purpose of this review. This post was made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own.

One of my favorite cuts of meat is a pork loin. If cooked just right, it is tender and juicy and I prefer it over a huge slab of beef. If it is cooked wrong though, it can be tough and dry. I recently used the Fairwind FWPC6L 6 Liter Pressure Cooker to experiment cooking my Cajun Style Pork Loin and I am here to day to share the recipe and my thoughts with you.

Cajun Style Pork loin

Now, without a pressure cooker, cooking one of these pieces of meat can take hours — especially if you want to get it the right kind of tenderness.

With the Fairwind FWPC6L 6 Liter Pressure Cooker you can have dinner on the table in under an hour.

Fairwind FWPC6L 6 Liter Pressure Cooker

I own a couple of different pressure cookers and this one is fairly large on the inside. It has a 6 liter pot, which is as big as my slow cooker. The other pressure cookers that I own have a small 4 liter pot, so I was able to cook a huge slab of meat in this one.

Fairwind Pressure Cooker

Now — what makes this a cajun pork loin is my special homemade cajun spice that I put together to put on the meat. I don't just sprinkle it lightly.

I cover the whole entire piece heavily in the spice because the flavor gets way down into the meat.

Fairwind Pressure Cooker

Then once I get my spices on, I am ready to cook my meat.

The stainless steel finish on the inside makes it easy to clean up after it is cooking too. I spray the inside with cooking spray and it wipes out easily after the pork loin has finished cooking.

The digital screen makes it easy to choose the right setting as well.

Fairwind Pressue Cooker

Other features of the Fairwind FWPC6L 6 Liter Pressure Cooker include:

  • Indicator beep at end of cycle and when removing or closing the lid
  • Digital screen
  • Keep warm function
  • 6 liter pot
  • 8 Preprogrammed multifunctions
  • Stainless steel finish
  • Easy to clean
  • Lightweight and can be easily stored
  • Includes rice measuring cup, 2 serving spoons & a stainless steel steam rack

This amazing product is perfect for a variety of meals such as: Soup, Meat Stew, Poultry, Beans, Chili, Rice, Porridge, Cakes, and more!

Cajun Style Pork Loin

Cajun Style Pork Loin


  • 1 4 pound pork loin
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons paprika
  • 2 tablespoons salt
  • 2 tablespoons garlic powder
  • 1 tablespoon black pepper
  • 1 tablespoon onion powder
  • 1 tablespoon cayenne pepper
  • 1 tablespoon dried oregano
  • 1 tablespoon dried thyme


  1. Mix together all the spices and set aside.
  2. Place your pork loin in your Fairwind FWPC6L 6Liter Pressure Cooker.
  3. Sprinkle all your seasoning on top of the pork loin.
  4. Add 1/4 cup of water in the bottom of the pressure cooker.
  5. Select the "On Demand" pressure button and increase the time from 30 to 50
  6. Using the texture button, set it to medium/standard.
  7. Once the pork loin is done, the unit will beep.

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Find more information about the Fairwind FWPC6L Pressure Cooker on the official website or on Amazon.

Have you ever used a pressure cooker? If so, what’s your favorite meal to prepare while using one?

I received a FairWind FWPC6L Pressure Cooker for the purpose of this review. This post was made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own.

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Wednesday 12th of July 2017

Very nice recipe!One question, Can I make this recipe with a normal pressure cooker? As your pressure cooker is electric.Thanks!

Jennifer Sikora

Thursday 13th of July 2017

Yes -- it can be made with regular pressure cookers as well.


Sunday 2nd of April 2017

Hi! I want to make this recipe, but my pressure cooker is the old-fashioned kind. :) Can you recommend settings and timing for a stovetop cooker?

Also, we love cajun spice but I never know what to serve for side dishes. Any ideas? Thank you!

Jennifer Sikora

Sunday 2nd of April 2017

Hi Kelly -- Here are some directions for you to use for a regular pressure cooker.

Put a couple of tablespoons of vegetable oil or olive oil in the cooking pot and select browning. When oil begins to sizzle, brown roast on both sides.

Add the 1/4 cup of water to the pressure cooking pot. Then sprinkle on the Cajun spices.

Lock lid in place and select High Pressure. Set timer for 25 minutes and press start. When beep sounds turn off pressure cooker and use a natural pressure release for 5 minutes, followed by a quick pressure release to release any remaining pressure. When valve drops carefully remove the lid.

Hopefully this will help you and you can make a really good pork loin.

My favorite sides to have whenever I serve anything cajun is rice, mashed potatoes, and my new favorite is Mediterranean Quinoa Salad. It's fun to just mix and match any flavor combos that you think might go with cajun. If you think Sweet and Spicy, you can come up with some great combos. Whenever I am in doubt, I just look up Cajun food on Pinterest and see what they happen to be serving with their dishes. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions. :)


Monday 28th of November 2016

How do I adjust the recipe if I want to make this in a slow cooker instead?

Jennifer Sikora

Wednesday 21st of December 2016

Just put it all in a slow cooker and cook on low for 6-8 hours or on high for 3-4 -- it's that easy!


Saturday 12th of December 2015

This recipe is extremely attractive. Thanks to your post, I know another way using the pressure cooker to cook many delicious dishes for my family, especially the Christmas day upcoming.

Maggie Branch

Friday 11th of December 2015

I've always heard really great things about pressure cookers. Having one would really help me put a yummy meal on the table for my family on nights where I work late.

Jennifer Sikora

Saturday 12th of December 2015

Yes. You can cook a roast in like 30 minutes and they come out SO tender and juicy!

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