Ready in 15 minutes
Slow Roasted flavor from your crockpot! Tender Juicy and Delicious!
"I love this recipe! It is the best pork I've ever had next to my Grandma's German food! I can't wait to have this again! 5 Star recipe for sure!!!!!"- fredsburgmomof3
Top-ranked recipe named "Crockpot Kalua Pig"
Mix all of the Liquid Ingredients in your crockpot. Add your Roast and cook for 6hrs or until fork tender. Disgard most of the liquid keep about a cup. Shredd the roast and pour remainig cooking liquid on top. Sprinkle Salt to Taste. Serve with Rice and cabbage.
lamarrichardsonjr. 1 year ago
rhondahoganmartin 1 year agoI made this today with a smaller roast than called for in the recipe and it DID turn out wonderful! Thanks for sharing this recipe.
shanban31207 2 years agoHusband loves it! Also added some shoyu, and 1/4tsp salt & pepper into the pot and it was delicious!
fredsburgmomof3 2 years agoI love this recipe! It is the best pork I've ever had next to my Grandma's German food! I can't wait to have this again! 5 Star recipe for sure!!!!!
vanessas1 3 years agoI wanted to try this after going to Hawaii last month and having authentic kaluha pork at a luau. It fell flat. There wasn't very much flavor at all and I actually used only 4 lbs of pork instead of 6. I won't be making it again :
rhondagod 3 years agovery sorry to here that, I love it and so does everyone In my family, I'd suggest less apple juice for a smaller roast I typically double it not lower it and the best roast to use is a blade roast or a butt roast you really need a bone for this one. also try adding a little more liquid smoke. Im truly sorry you didn't like it though. I lived in Hawaii for 4 years and got the recipe (no real measurement) from a local.
CCheryl 4 years agoIm going to make this this week, il let you know how it turns out, im sure it will be wonderful, thanks for the recipe, CCheryl
rhondagod 5 years ago[I posted this recipe.]