Crock Pot Pulled Pork Sandwich Recipe

Crock Pot Pulled Pork Sandwich Recipe-

My sweet hubby asks for soup and sandwich nights all of the time. I try and indulge his request on Monday nights.  You see Monday night is when we watch our syfy Monday night line up of- Bitten, Being Human and Lost Girl . We watch Teen Wolf ( on MTV) too. But, we have to record that one and watch it later. We watch The Walking Dead on AMC on Sunday nights also. Why am I giving you the run down of our television viewing? Some people are surprised to learn that we watch these programs. I thought it would be fun to share our eclectic tastes. We also watch the BBC, Hallmark, HGTV , Nat Geo and many more. yes we enjoy our television shows :-)

I have been trying to use my crock pot more often and one of the easiest sandwich recipes you can ever make is a pulled pork sandwich.

crock pot pulled pork ssandwich recipe

What You Need

2 lb Boneless pork roast

3/4 Cup barbecue sauce ( your favorite)

3/4 Cup onion (sliced)

1 Tbsp black pepper

1/4 Cup water

Crock Pot ( slow cooker)

Whisk

Rolls or buns

Meat thermometer

Before You Start- Whisk together the barbecue sauce and water

Lets make it! Place the roast in the crock pot fat side up, sprinkle with pepper and onions, pour barbecue mixture over the top of the roast. Cover and cook for  6 -8 hours on medium or high until the pork registers 145 degrees on the meat thermometer. Using two forks shred the roast ( adding more barbecue sauce if desired) Cover with lid and let the additional sauce heat through. Place big spoon fulls on your favorite roll and add pickles, more sauce or other condiments of your choice.

Serves 4-6

I told you it was easy!

Do you make pulled pork sandwiches in the crock pot?

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Comments

  1. This looks so delicious and easy to make.m totally pinning to try. Thanks Katie

  2. debby9972 says:

    Sounds yummy….thanks for the recipe!

  3. This looks marvellous!! I remember having something like this when I lived back home in the states…it was so nice. I like the barbecue ones you can make as well :)) Wish you a lovely day doll Xxx

  4. ColleenB.~Texas says:

    I have never done pulled pork but our son-in-law does all the time and shares the meat with us but being this recipe is so easy I will be making it myself from now on.
    Thank you

  5. I am going to try it in the crock pot this time. Thanks!

  6. I’ve never made them, but if you go to a BBQ here in the South, that’s what they will serve.

  7. This sounds so good! I love easy crockpot recipes like this!

  8. Love your posts! xxxooo

  9. Sounds good, but ya need to top it off with coleslaw; East Coast style! :)

  10. Most any meat I make is in the crock pot!

  11. We love, love the pulled pork in crock pot and make it on and off, thanks for the reminder.

  12. So easy and looks delicious:). I always have pork roasts in my freezer too! Thank you for sharing!!

  13. Sounds really yummy. I love your oatmeal raisin recipe and have used it a few times.

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