How to Make the Best Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork

September 19, 2014 | By | Comments (0)

You probably already know why slow-cookers are amazing tools to have in your kitchen. Recipes using slow-cookers require very minimal prep and hardly any work on your part. You just throw all the ingredients in and let it cook away while you’re at work. They’re great for days when you know you won’t have much time to prepare a meal, and they usually can make enough food to feed a crowd.

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You should also embrace your slow-cooker on game day! If you’re planning on having friends and family over to your house, the last thing you want to do is slave away over the meal while everyone is watching your team score touchdowns. Instead, serve this Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork from All You.

This recipe starts by adding pork shoulder, onions, and chicken broth to a slow-cooker, and then letting them cook for eight hours. If your team is playing at night, just start the slow-cooker that morning. But if you’re team is playing an earlier game that’s closer to lunch time, consider cooking the pork overnight. That is, if you can stand your house smelling like pork while you sleep.

After cooking for eight hours, shred the pork and return it to the slow-cooker with your choice of barbecue sauce, mustard, honey, and soy sauce. Let it all cook for another hour so the pork will soak up all those great flavors. Then serve with hamburger buns and your favorite game day sides!

Take a look at how easy it is to make these Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork by watching the video below. And don’t forget to check out all of our other tailgating recipes!

 

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