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Thread: Crock pot pulled pork!

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    THis is great for family gatherings..easy to make, easy clean up...

    BBQ pork in the crock pot..I buy a large whole pork tenderloin..trimmed of as much fat as possible. You can have the meat guy do a ROUGH grind to break it up, or you can do like I do and just cut it into 2" cubes.. whole tenderloin usually fills 3 large oval crock pots with meat cubes. Then I get 3 very large vidalia onions(or the sweetest you can find) and coarse dice those..one per crock pot..
    then 3 cloves of garlic diced in each pot, then 2 TBSP of cracked black pepper, 2 cans of chicken broth per pot, and an entire bottle or 2 cups of BBQ...I buy a jug of sweet baby rays, but you can use whatever sauce you like of course!
    That cooks on high for about 3-4 hours..stir occasionally, then turn down if you feel the need..it take about another 2-3 hours.
    if you did not have it ground, then you will need to start "forking" it..take 2 forks and start pulling that pork apart...
    NOTE--some people just toss a 3pound pork roast and do this..but I find that if kids are eating, it is too stringy, they don't eat it and it goes to waste...the smaller the meat the easier it is for all to eat it and you don't get waste!

    I serve on reg. hamburger buns with some cole slaw and chips and a dill pickle wedge!

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    This sounds so yummy. But why do 3 crock pots full? You must get lots of left overs to freeze for another day. LOL

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    Thanks for recipe. Sounds yummy!

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    I've made this several times and it's always a hit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airwick156
    This sounds so yummy. But why do 3 crock pots full? You must get lots of left overs to freeze for another day. LOL
    this is a recipe made to feed a large gathering of people...if it is just for us I use about 2-3 pounds of the loin and freeze the rest of it to use later!

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    REally sounds good

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    Yummy. Cook large amount and freeze in meal size zip bags.
    Makes a quick supper.

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    I always find it is better the second day....

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    Thanks for this, I can bring this to our quilt guild and since I don't really like to cook, this sounds perfect!

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    This sounds like my kind of recipe. I love sandwiches! Why? Maybe they are eaier to eat while multitasking!!!
    Thanks for the recipe.

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    I have done a similar receipe but put a can of coke in with the onions and roast. Recently I saw the same receipe but they used root beer. I tried both but prefer it cooked in the coke best. Makes it ssooooooooooo tender, you will love it. A friend thickens the juice and serves it over rice. Yummy too.

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    Sounds yummy, will try, thanks for sharing.

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    my stomach is growling...!

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    I have made it for years. It is reallllly good so don't hesitate to try it in the crockpot, you will love it and so easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaciqltznok
    THis is great for family gatherings..easy to make, easy clean up...

    BBQ pork in the crock pot..I buy a large whole pork tenderloin..trimmed of as much fat as possible. You can have the meat guy do a ROUGH grind to break it up, or you can do like I do and just cut it into 2" cubes.. whole tenderloin usually fills 3 large oval crock pots with meat cubes. Then I get 3 very large vidalia onions(or the sweetest you can find) and coarse dice those..one per crock pot..
    then 3 cloves of garlic diced in each pot, then 2 TBSP of cracked black pepper, 2 cans of chicken broth per pot, and an entire bottle or 2 cups of BBQ...I buy a jug of sweet baby rays, but you can use whatever sauce you like of course!
    That cooks on high for about 3-4 hours..stir occasionally, then turn down if you feel the need..it take about another 2-3 hours.
    if you did not have it ground, then you will need to start "forking" it..take 2 forks and start pulling that pork apart...
    NOTE--some people just toss a 3pound pork roast and do this..but I find that if kids are eating, it is too stringy, they don't eat it and it goes to waste...the smaller the meat the easier it is for all to eat it and you don't get waste!

    I serve on reg. hamburger buns with some cole slaw and chips and a dill pickle wedge!
    Wow, Jacquie, thanks for this. I've been wanting a good recipe. I also have some small pork roasts in my freezer today. lol sweet.

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    thanks for the recipe

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    I started this stuff this morning. It seems awful 'soupy' for pulled pork. Does it get thicker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reeskylr
    I started this stuff this morning. It seems awful 'soupy' for pulled pork. Does it get thicker?
    when mine looks soupy, I turn back to high and take the lid off for about the last hour...usually works just fine!

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    I may have to try this sometime!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaciqltznok
    Quote Originally Posted by reeskylr
    I started this stuff this morning. It seems awful 'soupy' for pulled pork. Does it get thicker?
    when mine looks soupy, I turn back to high and take the lid off for about the last hour...usually works just fine!
    :thumbup: :thumbup:

    Came out great, thanks again for the recipe ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by reeskylr
    Quote Originally Posted by jaciqltznok
    Quote Originally Posted by reeskylr
    I started this stuff this morning. It seems awful 'soupy' for pulled pork. Does it get thicker?
    when mine looks soupy, I turn back to high and take the lid off for about the last hour...usually works just fine!
    :thumbup: :thumbup:

    Came out great, thanks again for the recipe ;)
    yeah..glad you liked it...my family loves it...and for us one lg crock full makes 3 meals!

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    That is on my list of foods to try!! Sounds wonderful.

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