Pulled BBQ pork in a crock pot. How to reheat pulled pork: While you can reheat it in the microwave, I think it tastes best when it's reheated in a skillet. Add a small amount of fat like neutral olive oil, butter, or lard, and cook the Do you remove all the fat before putting it in the crock pot? I am afraid to not add any liquid, it might burn.

Pulled BBQ pork in a crock pot

These useful spices can be used to cook so many different meals! This pulled pork recipe is a crockpot dump recipe, meaning you put everything in your crock pot, turn it on, and that's it. The pulled pork cooks low Before cooking, you can make this slow cooker BBQ pulled pork recipe as a freezer to crockpot meal. You can have Pulled BBQ pork in a crock pot using 10 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Pulled BBQ pork in a crock pot

  1. You need of pork butt.
  2. Prepare of yellow onion.
  3. Prepare of paprika.
  4. It’s of ground cumin.
  5. It’s of cracked pepper.
  6. It’s of celery seeds.
  7. Prepare of caraway.
  8. It’s of salt.
  9. You need of smoked tabasco.
  10. It’s of your favorite bbq sauce.

Place all of the ingredients in a heavy duty zip-top. This simple crock pot pulled pork recipe is so easy to throw together but tastes like something from a BBQ restaurant. Crockpot pulled pork I love the combination of the savory and sweet coming together for a hearty meal. There are so many recipes for pulled pork out on the internet, but this one.

Pulled BBQ pork in a crock pot instructions

  1. Mix all the dry spices in a mixing bowl and rub all over the pork..
  2. Stab the pork with a steak knife a few times..
  3. Slice the onion and line the bottom of the crock pot. The left over spices dump on top of the onion..
  4. Place the pork on top of the onion, cover the pot and cook on low for 7 hours..
  5. After its done cooking add the Tabasco and the bbq sauce and pull the pork apart. Mix well and cover it back up to cook for another 20 minutes..
  6. Uncover and serve..

This Crock Pot Pork Loin has so much flavor thanks to the easy BBQ Rib rub that I shared a few months ago. You could also use a store bought rub to make this even easier! I love using my crock pot to make an easy BBQ pulled pork. No need to fire up the grill or the smoker! Cheap BBQ Pulled Pork Recipe Can Feed a Crowd.

By Sandra