Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Slow Cooker Pulled Pork

This recipe was given to me by Mrs.Bowen on the Nest. It is a great, simple way to make BBQ. Cook it low and slow, and you are guaranteed some tender, tasty meat. It's yummy on good buns, and I like mine with baby dill pickles and seasoned fries. The amounts and times do not need to be exact...a little more or less rootbeer/sauce will be fine.

What you'll need:
Pork Tenderloin (I used 1.5 lb)
1 Onion, sliced
Root Beer (enough to cover about half way)
Your favorite BBQ sauce (I used Sticky Fingers North Carolina Sweet mixed with Stubbs Original)

What you'll do:
Cook the tenderloin, root beer, and onion on Low in the crock pot for about 6 hours.
Drain out the juices and rinse out crock pot.
Shred the pork.
Put the pork and onion back in the crockpot and pour your favorite sauce on it.
Stir and cook on Low about another hour.

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