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    Need a pulled pork recipe

    I have a pork loin about 3 lbs. and want to make pulled pork in the oven NOT in a crock pot.

    Anyone have a simple recipe without tons of ingredients?

    Not bar-b-que and not too sweet.

    Thanks for any info.

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    Roasting Pan
    Roast
    Smother in Sauce that is to your taste.

    Bake in slow oven for a long time.

    Remove and shred to make the pulled pork.





    One more ingredient that I would add to the mix .... lots of sliced onions.
    They'll add some sweetness and if you use a BBQ sauce, it'll might temper it away from the BBQ to the not-too-sweet that you want.
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    Alyce

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    Wow, that first link is outstanding! Thx so much for sharing here.

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    I agree; the first site is beautiful. I will be using this recipe

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    I have made some of the absolute best (Comcast Guys Tested and Approved ) both in the crockpot and in the oven.. My recipe for oven starts out on the stove top.. I cover the pork roast in my favorite seasonings (Webbers Roasted Garlic Seasoning) & fill the rest of the way with water I put quit a bit of seasoning because the water will dilute the flavor . Bring to a boil then reduce heat and cook for a couple of hours until its falling apart tender. Then I remove it from the pan and shred it and place in a large bake dish and cover with my favorite bbq sauce (Sweet Baby Rays) and cover and bake for about an hour removing the cover about 25 min before its done so it lightly caramelizes the outside.. Serve on Garlic Toast with Home made cole slaw.. MMMMmmmmmm It is soo tasty... Has great flavor and makes the house smell wonderful...

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    I trim the fat from my loin. Spray the pan with Pam. After salt and pepper and garlic powder, I pour in a can of Root beer, cover tightly with foil, and bake at very low temp. (250) for 5 or 6 hours. Remove from oven, drain off root beer, shred with fork, add your favorite BBQ Sauce, cover tightly with foil, put back in the oven for another hour. Serve on Kaiser Buns

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    This is the best ever..... http://www.vitacost.com/red-fork-sea...ky-pulled-pork I made it in the crockpot and I don't remember if it can be done in the oven. I took it to work and everyone raved about it and from that point on requested that I bring it to other food days at work. No bbq sauce needed, but I put bbq sauce on the side for people to put on themselves. Not too many stores carry it, but can be bought on-line. You just reminded me that I need to place an order for some. It makes a lot and you can double the meat and still get the same great taste.

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    I just realized the directions are there and it is done in the oven, but the crockpot works well too.
    Quote Originally Posted by Paula Fullager View Post
    This is the best ever..... http://www.vitacost.com/red-fork-sea...ky-pulled-pork I made it in the crockpot and I don't remember if it can be done in the oven. I took it to work and everyone raved about it and from that point on requested that I bring it to other food days at work. No bbq sauce needed, but I put bbq sauce on the side for people to put on themselves. Not too many stores carry it, but can be bought on-line. You just reminded me that I need to place an order for some. It makes a lot and you can double the meat and still get the same great taste.

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    I usually toss mine in the crock pot but you can do it in the oven too. Pork, apple juice, onion and seasoning salt, I use Country Bobs. Sometimes I add peeled, cored and chopped apples to the mix. Cook til meat falls apart - then drain extra juice and add your favorite BBQ sauce!
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    I recently saw someone on TV put a pork shoulder in the pan and pour a Dr. Pepper over it. She then baked it slowly for an extended period of time, and then shredded it. I can't be sure of who it was, but I think it was the Pioneer Woman on the Food Network. It sounds like a strange way to make pulled pork, but she said it is delicious. She may have cooked it in a Crock Pot, but even if she did, it could be cooked in the oven.

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    Thanks everyone for the recipes. They all sound good. I'm off to the store for some of the ingredients.

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    Any recipe for a crock pot can be done in your oven in a covered roasting pan for dutch oven. Cook for at least 6 hours (to the tenderness you want) at about 300 degrees.
    Shirley in Arizona

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    I usually use a pork shoulder or butt roast for pulled pork. The pork loin I tried just didn't want to pull apart. I put it in the crock pot with 12 oz of rootbeer and cook slowly. Some of family like it plain and some with bar-b-q sauce. Season to taste.
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    I use a crock pot I place an onion on the bottom of crock pot place meat on top put a clove of garlic and let cook. when meat is done I put in a pan and pull with 2 forks. Then I dump most of the juice out of the crockpot and I put half b-que sauce and half ketchup in with the onions and juice and let that simmer. Once that is warm I take the pulled pork put garlic salt and some honey on it and through it back in the crock pot let it get warm and serve

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    I learned to make pulled pork from a neighbor in Texas. She taught me to slice a pork roast into about 1 inch slices, reassemble the roast, and wrap in foil tightly, place in a 9 x 13 dish. Bake in a slow oven until the house smells wonderful, then remove foil, add seasonings or sauce, rewrap foil, and allow to cool and infuse in the oven as it cools. When cool, shred. (Any drippings are wonderful if you chill to remove most of the fat, then measure into a pan, seasoned to taste, to make rice.)
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    I do mine in a smoker, which runs at about 225 degrees until done (several hours), about 170 degrees (I think) internal temp. I start out the night before and put a rub on it, wrap it in saran wrap and leave in the refrigerator. Take it out of the fridge about 1 hour before you start cooking and then put in the smoker. I imagine you could do it in the over, it just wouldn't be smoked.

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    Put a 3 or 4 pound shoulder roast, dredged in flour, in hot lightly oiled skillet, sear on all sides, place in slow cooker, pour in about 2 inches or so of Root Beer and let simmer for 6 hours. Serve pulled on Kaiser rolls with grilled onions

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    Go to the market and buy McCormick's pulled pork envelope for slow cookers and follow recipe on back. Delicious!

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    Looks Yummy...thanks for sharing...

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