Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Pulled Pork Sliders Crock Pot Recipe

We love mini slider sandwiches.  This Pulled Pork Slider recipe now a new favorite of ours. We found it in the new, Gooseberry Patch Game Day Fan Fare Cookbook.

This recipe is called Pulled Pork Sammies in the cookbook but we renamed it Pulled Pork Sliders. This is a new game day and any day family favorite. Once you check out the recipe, click over to the Gooseberry Patch Game Day Fan Fare post where you can learn more about this cookbook and enter to win a copy! We have cooked quite a few recipes from this delish cookbook and you will find some of them there, too.

Pulled Pork Sliders (Sammies)

Ingredients

3-5 lb Boston butt pork roast
28 oz can fire roasted diced tomatoes
2 12 oz cans Coke
1 1/2 c. brown sugar
3 T.. chili powder
12 sandwich buns, split

Directions

1-Place pork in a slow cooker and all the ingredients except the bungs.
2-Cover and cook on low setting for 8 hours.
3-Stir occasionally and cook until very tender.
4-Serve on buns and add sauce from slow cooker.


Pork Shred Tip-- If pork is tender, take 2 forks and pull it apart. I love this and use it all the time for shredding meat. This way you can do it while the meat is still hot and you don't have to touch it.

Kitchen Notes-
-My experience is that only 1 can of Coke was needed. My store was out of the butt pork roast so I just purchased the same meat amount pork roast. I get the pork roast that has fat on it just like the butt pork. If not the pork will be on the dry side.
-We served ours with the mini Hawaiian buns and a slice of cheddar cheese.
-This recipe made a HUGE amount of meat. We used the leftover the next day for our famous pork aka Pig Nachos.
-Yum!

Click here to get more recipes from this cookbook and to enter the cookbook giveaway. Leave any comment below about this recipe as that is one of the entries.

More Sliders Recipes

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Pot Roast Sliders
Chicken Crockpot Sliders
Chicken Chik Fil A Knockoff Sliders



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