Crock-Pot Cooking – Easy, Delicious Pulled Pork
Fall is my ultimate favorite time of year! A time for cooler weather, jackets, coats, mittens, and cozy fireplace cuddling. It’s also the time of year when my crock pot puts in tons of work for my family! If you love delicious comfort food and don’t want to spend all day in the kitchen, then this post is for you! Here are my favorite Fall crock pot recipes of all-time! From my kitchen to yours, enjoy!
You will need:
1 Pork shoulder (Make sure it will fit your crock-pot (6-8 lbs)
1 tbs. Montreal Steak Seasoning
1 tbs. Kosher salt
2 large onions sliced
2 cups of beer, ginger ale, or root beer
3 cups of your favorite Barbecue sauce (I prefer Sweet Baby Ray’s)
4 Tbs. cider vinegar
1 tbs. Red pepper Flakes (If you want some spice!)
Arrange half of the onions on the bottom of the crock-pot and rub the pork shoulder with the seasonings and place in the crock pot.
Cover pork with the rest of the onions and pour the beer or soda right over the top. Set crock-pot to cook on low for 8 hours.
Dump the contents of the pot into a strainer over the sink. Throw away any and all bone and fat you see.
Place pork shoulder and remainder of contents into the pot and shed the meat with two forks.
Pour the Barbecue sauce and vinegar in with the shredded pork and cook on high for 1/2 and hour. You can turn it down to warm and leave it in the crock pot for serving.
Best on Kings Hawaiian bread. Put a spin on it and serve on King’s Hawaiian bread rolls to make sliders! Great for dinner parties!
Tastes great on any bun. This dish also refrigerates well. You can store for up to 5 days!