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"I rubbed the roast, put in fridge over night, then seared in a fry pan to seal in juices. I added one cup broth and several good shakes of my favorite hot sauce to the crock pot before cooking. I then cooled it in the fridge again over night and removed the hard fats then shredded the meat, added the juices from the meat and the BBQ sauce, then reheated in the crock pot. This was FANTASTIC. A great hit at the picnic. Thank you for a great recipie!"- rjhalvor
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Rinse pork and pat dry. In a small bowl, combine chili powder, onion powder, salt, garlic powder, pepper, and cayenne. Rub into pork on all sides. Cover and marinate in the refrigertor at least 2 hours or over night. Cook pork in a slow cooker on low setting 10 hours. Transfer to a cutting board and using 2 forks, shred; discard any large pieces of fat. Return pork to slow cooker. In a bowl, combine barbecue sauce and 3 cups broth; stir into pork and cook 2 hours more.
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Lizeden6 2 weeks agoAwesome! Best recipe I've tried on this site! I did add a little apple cider vinegar though
achrona5 1 month agoThis was really good. However, liquid content was exaggerated.
Marc9852 2 months agoFair and not one of my favorites
4thephil 2 months agoDelicious! I had a 7.5 LB bone-in pork butt. Turned out great. After 10 hours I had about 4 cups liquid left. I took out 3 cups, leaving one, and added 3 cups Sweet Baby Rays. Would make again!
Littlemills97 3 months agoEveryone loves this but I do not add broth. Add brown sugar/apple cider when start cooking. Always easy. Cook with bone and fat then remove as shredding. So good!
mylittlekitchen192103 4 months agoThis is not how you do pulled pork. Hate to break it to you but you use a smoker and a different rub recipe. And if you use a smoker you can cut half your time.
shawnatroxell 5 months ago
Lmp0526 7 months agoCut the recipe in half, added brown sugar and apple cider vinegar mixture like others have suggested and omitted the beef broth. Used jack Daniels hickory brown sugar BBQ sauce. BBQ turned out so moist, tasty, and addictive!
Lala79 7 months agoAbsolutely delicious and easy. I followed one of the other reviewers suggestion and added 1/2 apple cider vinegar mixed with 1/2 brown sugar as liquid while cooking. Removed the juices before adding my BBQ sauce and hen added back in as necessary.
jessi4395 7 months ago
mia1984 7 months agoWay too good!!!! Definitely making again. Didn't do the brith since the slow cooker makes so much juice. I added 2 tbsp of teriyaki & 2 tbsp of honey. After I shredded the pork, I drained some of the juice, dumped the fat , & used the juice to mix with the BBQ sauce. To die for!!!
4thephil 7 months agoVery good. Be sure to cook entire length. I cooked 3 hours short, internal temp was done, but was very hard to get off bone.
shelleypritt 8 months ago
MrBroc 8 months agoVery good and easy recipe. Didn't care for the beef broth so on my second batch replaced it with more BBQ sauce...very nice tasty recipe.
dshrews3 8 months agoI made this for my step daughters birthday party last year and now is requested at family get togethers. For Christmas I even made homemade buns. This is by far the best shredded pork recipe I have tried. Thanks so much for sharing!
tabathastuder 9 months ago
Kelikins 9 months agoWow, this was fantastic! I used someone's suggestion of apple cider vinegar mixed with brown sugar to start the cooking off with. Once the meat was shredded, I emptied all the juice into a bowl. Put the shredded pork back into the cooker, mixed in sweet baby rays BBQ sauce and periodically added some of the juice as needed. Of all the recipes I've made on this site, this one got devoured the quickest!
maylynnkitchen 9 months ago
marcieschlecht 9 months agoI have tried this recipe & loved it, but 2 times I have made it we didnt care for it. Not sure what I am doing wrong??
Chhleggett 10 months agoTurned out very greasy and rather bland. You need to find a very flavorful barbecue sauce to pair with. We did three separate crock pots, one with Sweet Baby Rays Original, one with Sticky Fingers Memphis Original, the last with Mrs. Griffins Original which is a mustard base. I I'd not add beef broth and glad I didn't, we would have been eating with spoon rather than on sandwich. Over all not bad the meat just lacks flavor of it's own. I would suggest marinating over night with some seasonings with a bit more kick to them.