Easy Bbq Pork Sandwiches

Easy Bbq Pork Sandwiches

5 reviews, 4.8 star(s). 100% would make again

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4 Garlic; minced
4 lb Boneless pork roast
1 md Onion; minced
salt and pepper; to taste
1 bottle BBQ sauce; your favorite

Original recipe makes 1



Place the roast, garlic, and onion in a crock pot on high. Add the salt and pepper and a little bit of water. Cook on high until you can easily shred the pork roast with a fork. I would cook this in my crock pot (Rival) for about 5 hours.

Remove the roast and shred the meat removing as much of the fat as possible and the bone. Strain the grease in the crock pot, keeping any bits of garlic and onion left and throwing out the grease. Place the shredded meat back into the crock pot, along with the bits of garlic and onion. Pour the BBQ sauce over all until the meat is covered. Mix well. Continue cooking the pork in the crock pot for about three hours, on low. Serve the BBQ pork on Kaiser rolls, onion rolls, pocketbook buns or any speciality hamburger bun. Very Good.

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I used a pork tenderloin (hardly any fat). Very easy!
Simeone07 5y ago

This was a very good recipe. It caught my eye with very little ingredients. Tried it and loved it!
Wb25 5y ago

Awesome my husband is very picky about fat in his food and this has no fat in it when you cook it like this. Easy and very good
sjhiatt 5y ago

Delicious. To add my variation, I started by rubbing the roast with some alder smoke salt I'd purchased at a specialty kitchen store, then seared it on all sides in a cast iron skillet. For even more smoke flavor I added a couple of tsp of liquid smoke to the bottom of the crock before adding the roast. Tasted almost like it'd been out smoking on the BBQ!
SpokaneMan 6y ago

This was really quite good and very easy to make! I did one thing different; I cut off all the fat BEFORE cooking just to make it as healthy as I could. I wanted it for a lunch so started it the night before. Great with cheese, on hamburger buns or any kind of crusty bread or hoogies. Tastes just like the County Fairs version! Fantastic smell throughout the house nearly the whole time. GREAT family recipe!
rosess 7y ago

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