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Slow-Cooker BBQ Pork Sandwiches

Slow-Cooker BBQ Pork Sandwiches recipe
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BBQ enthusiasts know low and slow leads to the tenderest meat. Use your slow cooker to get the same results for these pork sandwiches.
10 min
8 hr 10 min
8 servings
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This is a wonderful recipe and so easy! After making it a few times, I did learn to only use half the BBQ sauce while cooking and the other half after it was shredded. It made for a thicker sauce. But the roll, cheese, and pork is awesome. I think I'll make this tomorrow now that I'm thinking about it. YUMMY!
I make these Pork sandwiches once a month.I add chopped Bell pepper to the crock pot.It gives it a added taste that we seem to love.I have two teenage grandaughters that live with us and even they ask for the sandwiches.
Love this recipe. I've made it many times. I use different flavors of Kraft BBQ sauce to change the flavor.
very easy
Simple but needs a little work. Salt and pepper pork before putting in slow cooker. I only used one onion but probably should have used 3. I also used 1/2 a bottle of BBQ sauce while cooking, then after I shredded the pork and returned it to the slow cooker, I used the rest of the BBQ sauce.
This recipe turned out great and was so simple. Seems like even simple receipes I have trouble coming up with on my own :) Great flavor and it definately on the "make again" list. I added a bit more onion than called for since we love them. I think I may have salted the roat a little too. But great!
This was an easy recipe. I only used 1 onion and it turned out well. I didn't pour all of the sauce over the pork after I shredded it. We added a different BBQ sauce at the end b/c we like sweeter sauces. We'll make this again for sure!
I used the Kraft Honey BBQ sauce. I omitted the sliced onions -- used only the onion soup mix and it came out great. Everyone who ate it asked for the recipe.
Is very good, but i think the nutrition info should list exactly what a serving is.
I only used one onion and it was still WAY too onion-y. I also couldn't find the cut the recipe specified, so I used a pork loin roast. The meat was very tender and juicy. I'm sure that is recipe sans onion is very good, and I will prepare it that way next time.
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