Monday, March 9, 2009

Be A Survivor Pulled Pork Recipe

Made this the other day and it was quite good.

Pork Butt Roast
1 Large White Onion
2 Cups of water
Canola Oil
Your favorite BBQ sauce

1.) Liberally salt and pepper the pork roast. In a skillet heat the canola oil. Brown and sear all side of the pork roast. (You are NOT cooking it just searing it so high heat short amount of time.)

2.) Slice the onion into thick slices and line the bottom of a crock pot.

3.) Add the browned roast to the crock pot on top of the onions and add 2 cups of water. Cook on HIGH for 8 hours.

4.) Remove the roast (probably will be falling apart at this point) and let it cool a bit.

5.) Use two forks and gently pull the meat apart and remove any excess fat. Take the pulled pork and add to a bowl. Slowly add you BBQ sauce in increments and thoroughly work into the meat. Stop adding when you reach the desired taste. Don't over do it, people can always add more BBQ sauce.

Optional: Get yourself a nice Kaiser roll and generously pile the pulled pork onto it. Add some additional BBQ sauce and some cole slaw (yes...right on the sandwich!)...and that is some good eating.

...that is all.

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  1. NICE!

    Cole slaw on top and that vinegar-based sauce...Carolina style.


    I think I might do one of these this week. :)

    Great idea and great post!


  2. No way. I'm a make-a-rub-and-rub-the-meat-the-day-before then fire-up-the-smoker-and-smoke-the-beast-8-hours girl. Husband and I even got hickory logs as a household Christmas present (they were at BassPro, where we were ALREADY shopping for Christmas presents!).

    Now, pulled beef brisket we do in the slow cooker - one brisket, one can beer, a few envelopes of onion soup, a few sliced onions, and let 'er go all day.


  3. can you say suey suey thats goooood.

  4. Should seriously consider useing coke or some cola beverage as the liquid in your recipie gives it a good flavor