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    Pulled Pork Barbecue
SUBMITTED BY:  susan PHOTO BY: susan
Category: Barbecue Recipes

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INGREDIENTS
4 lb pork roast
2 onions, sliced, divided
1 onion, chopped
5 or 6 whole cloves
2 cups water
16 oz bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce
salt and pepper

DIRECTIONS
Place one sliced onion at the bottom of Crock Pot.
Stud pork roast with cloves and season with salt and pepper.
Place roast in slow cooker on top of the sliced onion. Cover with the second sliced onion and add enough water to fill Crock Pot two thirds of the way.
Cover and cook on low 8 to 12 hours.
Remove roast.Remove and discard cloves, bone and fat as well as any water, onions and grease remaining in pot.
When pork roast is cool enough to handle, use a fork or your fingers to pull it apart until the entire roast is shredded.
Return the pulled pork to the crockpot. Mix in the chopped onion and BBQ sauce and cover. Heat on high for 1-3 hours or until the onions are soft.
Serve on large, crusty buns with a mustard based Carolina-style BBQ sauce. Garnish with dill pickle spears, thinly sliced raw onion and pickled pepperoncini (Italian banana peppers). Serve with crisp, homemade slaw. Carolinians would put the cole slaw on the pulled pork sandwiches..that's up to you.

NOTE: The above is the original recipe I was given. I have cooked the roast on high instead of low when I was in a hurry and didn't have that long. I have also done the last past on low and left to heat while we were at church and then it was ready to eat when we got home. I used a BBQ sauce that was very thick the first time and it was pretty dry, so since then I add a little water to it and it turns out perfect.


REVIEWS
  Reviewed by Kie0607
Amazing!! Instead of cooking on low for 8-12 hours, I cooked on high for 6 hours. Sooooooo yummy!!!!!! Great recipe!!
  Reviewed by abcd
When do you add the 2 cups of water??
  Reviewed by Judy
Loved it! although I messed up and added the bbq sauce with the water initially. It was still good! LoL
  Reviewed by yoly411
Tasted awesome! We even had it with coleslaw from a local fast food place and it was still great. Would do this again soon. First time slow cooker and it was soo easy.
  Reviewed by NH Cook
Really, really good! Made exactly as written.
  Reviewed by Jack
Fantastic
  Reviewed by cudakween
This is hands down THE best pulled pork recipe ever!
  Reviewed by henry barber

 
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