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You don't need a BBQ or smoker to enjoy delicious pulled pork year round. In this recipe, we use Old No. 1 Universal BBQ Rub and your slow cooker to make this tangy delicious BBQ staple.


Crockpot Pulled Pork with Old No. 1

Print Friendly and PDF   Prep Time: 15 minutes   Cook Time: 8 hours  Yields: About 3-4 cups pulled pork

Ingredients

    Instructions

    1. Trim excess fat from outer edges of roast. Lightly coat the roast with olive oil, and rub all over with Old No. 1 BBQ Rub. Set aside.
    2. Heat 1-2 tsp oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Sear roast on each side until brown and crispy. Remove from heat.
    3. Add water to slow cooker. Place seared roast in slow cooker. Cook on low power for 8 hours.
    4. Carefully remove roast from slow cooker and place on a large platter or baking sheet. Shred pork with two forks, discarding fat as you go.
    5. Place shredded pork in medium bowl. Add more Old No. 1 Universal BBQ Rub to taste.
    6. Add 2-3 tablespoons of BBQ sauce to the bowl and toss with meat. Serve and enjoy! Can be enjoyed on its own, with a side of coleslaw and beans, or on buns for pulled pork sliders or sandwiches. Leftovers are delicious on nachos, in tacos or burritos, in scrambled eggs, or even in chili or soups.

     



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