Barbecue Pulled Pork

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You're about to learn our recipe for barbecue pulled pork that can be served at your next family gathering or summer cookout event. This recipe is a little different than most in that you'll use a crock pot or slow cooker to slow cook the pork until it falls apart.  

The crock pot pulled pork recipe that follows, cooks up in 8 to 10 hours or overnight if you desire. For this recipe, we recommend using boneless pork tenderloin.  In the end the tenderloin will fall apart when it touches the tip of your tongue as you're enjoying a tasty bit of pulled pork.

After cooking with a crock pot, imagine how you will feel being able to serving your family and/or friends a deliciously prepared barbecued pulled pork dinner meal that is ready to go when you return home from work?

All you have to do is add the ingredients below to your crock pot, set the temperature according to your guide, head off to work and then return home to a hassle free meal.

Crock Pot Pulled Pork Recipe

Recipe Ingredients:

  • 1 cup water
  • 3 pounds boneless pork tenderloin
  • 42 ounces barbecue sauce
  • 1 package buns

Recipe Instructions:

  1. Prep your crock pot for cooking. Add water and pork tenderloin.
  2. Adjust crock pot setting so that your pulled pork cooks for 8 to 10 hours. Cook pork for desired time, at the right temperature until the meat falls apart.
  3. Once pork is tender and falling apart, drain liquid from the crock pot, then add your favorite barbecue sauce and cook for an additional hour.

Serve your barbecue pulled pork over hot toasted buns.

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Preparing pulled pork in a crock pot is one of the simplest meals you can make. All it takes is placing your pork shoulder into the crock pot, adding some onions and spices, and letting it slow cook throughout the day.

The crock pot's low and slow method of cooking helps to tenderize the pork, which becomes perfectly juicy and flavorful after several hours.

Best of all, there is minimal effort required on your part - just set it up and let it go! With its mix of convenience and flavor, preparing pulled pork in a crock pot is always a great choice for an easy meal.

Okay now that you have the recipe, what are you waiting on?  Take action, head to the store and buy all the ingredients you need and then set the conditions for you to be able to prepare this recipe.  You can thank me later.

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