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Slow-Cooker Orange-BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches

Slow-Cooker Orange-BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches recipe
photo by:kraft
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.
10 min
8 hr 10 min
12 servings
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I thought the flavor was great! Next time I will trim the fat before cooking as it did turn out a little greasy. I used bone-in meat since I couldn't find boneless, but found there was no problem removing all the bones. I will definitely make this again!
This recipe was great! Our family even ate all the leftovers which is unusual for us! I think the orange juice kept the pork from tasting too strong and the bbq sauce from being too sweet.
Great!! Family and guests loved it.
I tweeked the recipe, adding salt pepper garlic onion and spicy honey mustard bbq sauce, more orange pretty good.
We have a family of four, and my husband and I only liked it in the beginning until I added more bbq sauce and other spices. My son then loved it; however, my daughter would not eat another bite. It was easy to make though.
i've made this recipe twice. after having read most of the comments i decided to spice it up a level. the supermarket butcher deboned a pork shoulder (picnic) and i removed the skin and trimmed off most of the fat. i then seasoned both sides of the meat with garlic pepper, and a pinch of salt. i added a sliced onion to the recipe and used 1 cup of orange pineapple mango juice (instead of juice from orange). i used 1/2 bottle of kraft original and 1/2 bottle of kraft thick and spicy brown sugar barbeque sauce. my family and friends loved this recipe. the second i made it i had to use a 7 lb roast to have enough for everyone to enjoy. i served it on soft potato rolls, cole slaw, corn and baked potato on side. some of us topped the baked potato with the pulled pork and some shredded cheddar or sour cream. a l.i.cook
If I would have know pulled pork could be this easy AND taste this good I would have made it long ago!
Just changed up alittle...used hickory smoked bbq sauce to add flavor.Loved the taste of orange(not dominating the dish but could taste)after I took the meat out of the crockpot added 1/2 cup more of sauce.Put the pulled meat back and whala!!!Tender flavorful meat.I loved it added slaw to mine on the hoagie.2nd time around used it for nachos.mmmmm.I'm from the south and have cooked it many ways...this ones a keeper:)
Extremely East, great taste, and warms up great the next day for lunch!
This was excellent and extremely easy to make. I would leave out the orange next time or use a sweeter BBQ sauce.
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