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Slow-Cooker Orange-BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches

Slow-Cooker Orange-BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches recipe
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Juice from an orange adds a sweet tang to long-simmering pulled pork, just right to pile on soft bread. This will raise the bar in your BBQ—no grill required.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
8 hr 10 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
2/7/2008
This was super easy and was delicious!
posted:
2/7/2008
A great dinner entre and a great snack. I made it over Super Bowl weekend, and we just couldn't leave it alone, all weekend! (It was refrigerated in a timely manner between feasts.) We loaded up mini kaiser rolls and it was enjoyed by all. I'm still getting compliments. Pulled beef and pulled pork are not familiar diet fare in these suburban counties of Philadelphia. I think your recipe, which I'm always willing to share, will become the new cheesesteak! The pork shoulder was available only in the six pound cryo pack at neighborhood supermarkets, so I purchased the three pound tenderloin. So delicious!
posted:
1/29/2008
The meat was tender but there was no flavor. Tasted like grease.
posted:
1/29/2008
As many others mentioned, this recipe lacked flavor. I would not make the recipe again as it is written. I am also not sure though that I used the right meat as I used a boneless pork shoulder ROAST. I don't know much about meat, and our butcher was all of about 17 and didn't know either! After 10 hours of cooking, it definitely took some effort to shred the meat up enough for sandwiches. Sorry to be the bum review! The sandwiches tasted better with some creamy coleslaw in them!
posted:
1/26/2008
This was great! However, like so many others I would add something extra to the sauce. It needs a little kick! I too love the magazine, however, I miss the calendar.
posted:
1/23/2008
I added the orange zest and served the sandwiches with dill pickles, and it was fantastic. I couldn't find boneless pork shoulder, but the bone-in type worked just fine. The meat fell right off the bone. YUM!
posted:
1/21/2008
This is so fast and easy to make. We really enjoyed it for supper tonight. Thanks for the great magazine. I look forward to every issue.
posted:
1/21/2008
A very easy and delicious recipe to make. there was not a drop left in the slow cooker. Everybody wants to know when i am going to make it again.... next time i will use a different style of b-b-que sauce like hickory or something like that .... KEEP THE GOOD RECIPES COMMONG
posted:
1/19/2008
The pork was very tender...and the sauce was plentiful although lacked some "zing" in the flavor. This recipe definitely has some potential to be a family fave if I can get a tangy-er recipe for the BBQ sauce. I agree with others that I didn't really taste the juice from the orange. Very easy to make...perfect for working moms who come home with little time to prepare dinner. Will make again and serve with a side of roasted new potatoes and corn. Overall, very pleased with this first effort....just need to tweek the sauce a bit.
posted:
1/19/2008
This recipe is the best ever! It's easy and taste as if it's straight out of a restaurant. I have told everybody about it and I will definately make it again!
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