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Slow Cooker Pulled Pork – recipe

Sometimes I create something so delicious that I have to share it. I did this last night, and it’s a must try for sure, and hopefully something I can make regularly!

This week pork shoulders were on sale at our grocery store (No Frills). I grabbed the smallest one there, at a rather large 1.866kg (a little more than 4lbs for all your Americas or those kicking it old school in Canada) for only $9! I feel like I should go back and get another one, because that price is insane! It made enough for the hubby and I to each have a large wrap for dinner, 2 large wraps for lunch today, and I froze enough for two more dinners!

I think most people have their own go-to pulled pork recipe, but I thought I would share mine, because it is possibly the best non-smoked pulled pork I have ever had. I looked up on allrecipes.com for some general ideas, but came up with my own based our my family’s likes and what we had in the house:

ingredients –

4lb pork shoulder

1tsp vegetable oil

1 cup bbq sauce (I used Kraft garlic, because it is one of our favourites and is pretty inexpensive)

1/2 cup apple cider vinegar

1/2 cup packed light brown sugar

1tbsp Worcestershire sauce

1tsp garlic powder

1tsp dried thyme

directions – Pour the vegetable oil on the bottom of the slow cooker, place the pork shoulder in. Add all the other ingredients (I didn’t even stir them) Cook on high for 6-7 hours. At the 6 hour mark, my roast shredded easily and then I let it sit in the sauce until we were ready to eat (which happened to be about an hour later). I used tongs to remove the meat from all the liquid, and we ate ours in whole wheat wraps (toasted buns or even just regular bread would be tasty), we added a little more bbq sauce, and of course you can’t forget your favourite coleslaw on it as well. I prefer a vinegar coleslaw when putting in on your pulled pork, as the vinegar is a nice balance with the sweet pork.

It was so good last night for dinner, and possibly my wrap today for lunch was a little better. Enjoy!

I also linked up this recipe over at Newlywed Blog, so feel free to check out that linkup for some fantastic recipes!

  1. Holy cow...this looks like it would taste amazing.
  2. This looks delish! I've been looking for a good pulled-pork recipe, so I may try this.
  3. Awesome! Looks like we are on the same page - I am making "Not your granny's pork and beans" tonight - slow cooker will work it's magic in time for tomorrow nights cabin ski! This recipe requires an overnight marinade before 8-10 hours on low in the slow cooker! I bet the flavours will be out of this world!
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