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Slow-Cooker Hickory BBQ Pork Sandwiches

Slow-Cooker Hickory BBQ Pork Sandwiches recipe
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Made with bottled BBQ sauce and soup mix in the slow cooker, these tender pulled pork sandwiches are as easy as they are delicious.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
8 hr 10 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
9/3/2012
I had a 6lb Boston Butt and used two packages of lipton onion soup mix and 3 cups of the bbq sauce and cut up a large vidallia onion and cooked on high for about 7 hours and just shredded it with forks and then poured some of the juice from the pot onto the meat so it wouldnt dry out. My family loved it. And we didnt even need the cheese slices.
posted:
4/2/2011
Love this! So easy and it tastes soooo good. My family loved it. I picked up some telera rolls from the bakery and they were perfect. I didn't use the cheese singles. It didn't need it.
posted:
9/22/2010
This was quick and easy, very tasty and the family loved it. Would definitely make again.
posted:
4/2/2010
Easy and pretty good too.
posted:
2/11/2010
I used pork sirloin roasts - very little fat - and followed the directions. It was Superb - took it to the club potluck and everyone loved it. Served it on soft buns without the cheese. I will be making this many more times.
posted:
2/9/2010
This was excellent and soooooo easy! I omitted the cheese b/c I didn't think the sandwich needed it.
posted:
1/25/2010
This was really, really good! I used pork tenderloin to avoid the fat in the pork shoulder. 1/2 the onion soup mix (per all the reviews I read). 2 cups of BBQ sauce and that amount was perfect. The only thing I might change next time is to add the onion slices 1/2 way through cooking to avoid them being almost disintegrated. I will also cook for 6 hrs. on low instead of 8. Ends were a tiny bit too done. I have 4 kids and only 1 likes meat but this was so tender, they all loved it. It doesn't get much easier than this. I will definitely be making it again!! I just served it with potato salad.
posted:
10/4/2009
Very good. Will use tenderloin next time. Removed very large amount of fat from shoulder, not as much meat as expected.
posted:
3/26/2009
This was super easy, and good. I couldn't find the Hickory BBQ sauce, so I just used regular and added liquid smoke. Very good, I would add more sauce after it cooks, though. Will defiently be making again!
posted:
2/8/2009
Had to use rib ends as the store didn't have boneless pork shoulder. I also used homemade BBQ sauce. The meat was very tender and everyone loved the sandwiches.
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