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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.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
8 hr 10 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
4/7/2010
Very Good quick recipe. I usually like to make from scratch but, the bottled stuff worked great, very smokey taste, the clan loved it. I sed Pork loin that was on sale for $2.00 a pound. very tender and flavorful.
posted:
2/17/2010
Very Good! Added a lot more BBQ sauce because I like it nice and saucy and didn't put cheese on it. But I loved the onion and it fed a lot of people!! I used a three pound pork roast.
posted:
2/16/2010
One of my all time favorite Kraft recipes . . . perfect for our times at only $1.59/lb at Krogers.
posted:
1/30/2010
I couldn't find the right size pork shoulder at our grocery store, so I got a 2-3 pound boneless pork tenderloin and used that instead. My kids are not big onion fans, so I only used 1 onion instead of the 3 that the recipe calls for. I drained the liquid off of the meat and removed the onions after it was finished cooking, shredded the meat and poured an extra half cup of BBQ sauce on the meat and mixed it around. We ate on this for DAYS! It was delicious and had a onderful smoky flavor even though it had not been smoked. I will DEFINITELY be making this one again, and again!
posted:
1/24/2010
I used boneless top loin pork and modified it a bit for our taste and it came out great!
posted:
1/17/2010
I used bottom round instead of pork, and onion powder. Our family doesn't care for roast so I thought we could try this. I'm so glad I did. This was so easy and so delicious. When I got home from work I just shredded the meat and added a touch more BBQ sauce. Delicious!!!
posted:
1/12/2010
THe first time I made this, there wasn't enough liquid, the BBQ sauce burnt, and so did the bottom of the roast; there was enough left that my family of 4 could still have dinner. What we had was tasty. This time, I seasoned the roast w/a bit of Bl Pepper & Onion Powder, then I combined a can of Campbell's French Onion Soup, and 1 1/4 cups of BBQ sauce, and I only used 1 onion, I poured the mixture over the roast, and topped with a little more BBQ sauce. We'll see how this comes out....
posted:
12/7/2009
Very good recipe! I only changed a few things. I used a bone in pork boston butt roast (butcher was out of shoulder roast), I only used 1 onion and added a little worcestershire sauce. I also drained the roast off, shredded it and then put it back in the crock pot with the remaining sauce from the bottle. It was very good and easy to make. Shredding was simple as the pork had just fallen off the bone. Will make again!
posted:
11/2/2009
So easy. I just shredded the meat with a fork right in the crock. The sandwiches are delicious with pickles or picante sauce.
posted:
10/31/2009
This is good even without the cheese!
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