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Slow-Cooker BBQ Pork Sandwiches

Slow-Cooker BBQ Pork Sandwiches recipe
photo by:kraft
BBQ enthusiasts know low and slow leads to the tenderest meat. Use your slow cooker to get the same results for these pork sandwiches.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
8 hr 10 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
1/18/2009
This is yummy and super-easy! After cooking, I remove the meat from the crock-pot, remove the fat from it, pull apart the pork, and mix in more sauce (I like Kraft Original the best). Then I toast deli roll buns and leave off the cheese. Sooooo good!
posted:
1/15/2009
I added a lot more BBQ sauce and used Bull's Eye Brand instead of Kraft - SO much more flavor!
posted:
1/10/2009
This was very tasty! I did add 2 cups of bbq sauce through out the entire cooking time, so the meat was juicy.
posted:
1/6/2009
This was okay...not enough barbeque taste and I was told that it would have been better without the cheese. There are better barbeque recipes out there.
posted:
1/5/2009
Very good and very easy to make.
posted:
1/4/2009
Super easy recipe! I added about a tablespoon of worsteschire sauce and a cup of BBQ sauce. I only used 2 onions and that was borderline overwhelming...and we enjoy onions. The final sauce ended up a little runny so next time I will remove lid for last 30 minutes as recommended by Kraft. I definitely recommend!!
posted:
1/2/2009
This was very easy to make and was a hit at the family Christmas Party. I used mini rolls for the sandwiches so they were more of an appetizer and I omitted the cheese. I like it a bit saucy, so I added another 1/2 cup of bbq sauce. Very tasty!
posted:
1/1/2009
really easy and good. made it for a potluck at work-no leftovers!
posted:
12/30/2008
This is so easy and yummy. However, I boil the pork roast in water first to get rid of the fat/grease, then I shred pork and put into crock pot with barbeque sauce.
posted:
12/8/2008
It was OK but pork shoulder is full of a lot of fat. It just seemed a little too fatty and greasy for my liking.
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