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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.
10 min
8 hr 10 min
8 servings
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Verty bitter- I'm not sure if it was the type of BBQ sauce or what exactly, but I won't be making this one again....
Everyone in our family loved this. We don't eat a lot of pork and this was a nice way to try it. It's easy, delicious and I'm making it again tonight!
This was very sour. I'm not sure why. We did not enjoy it at all. The meat was tender so we washed off all the ingredients and put some other BBQ sauce on it. I would not recommend trying this.
easy to cook makes great company sandwiches
My husband loved this, and it was so easy to make.
Very good and very easy! Once I added a 1/2 cup of brown sugar at the end to sweeten the sauce a bit and it was a huge hit.
This was a very good recipe. It was very tasty and was easy to make. One thing that I might do differently next time is add more bbq sauce to it.
okay as far as the person below me...u are supossed to add the bbq sauce at the end...not cook it with it on the meat.... <<< Response from Kraft Kitchens Expert, Wendy ~ The barbecue sauce should be added to the slow cooker with the other ingredients. >>>
This is a family favorite of ours. I love being able to cook it and never have to check on it! What we don't eat as sandwiches, we top on bake potatoes the next day!
It burned. It was in the slow cooker for 6hrs-low setting. The BBQ sauce turned to a burnt, thick sludge. Maybe they ASSUME you will add water to it-but the recipe doesn't call for any. Thank goodness the meat was somewhat salvagable! I would STRONGLY recommend adding water to this & checking it every so often. (Think about what happens when you pan fry meat w/BBQ sauce on the stove on Med. heat. It burns given enough time.
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