Slow Cooker Pulled Pork

A great recipe to make a lunch, breakfast AND dinner for a 3-day weekend!

Pulled pork tacos, breakfast burritos, and sliders or sandwiches are all super simple with this delicious slow cooker recipe.

This recipe is a staple in our house. I love that I can just throw all the ingredients in and have dinner ready when we are done with a busy day on the ranch. 

What you'll need...

1 Five Marys Pork Roast (Pork Leg Steak, Boston Shoulder Roast, Boston Butt Roast, Picnic Roast)

1 Tablespoon Olive Oil

1 Onion Quartered

A Few Cloves of Garlic

1 Can of Ginger Beer or Cider

Five Marys Spice Rub or Sea Salt & Ground Pepper

Optional : Green Apple or Orange Quarters

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And all of Your Favorite Fixin’s for….

TACOS: tortillas, tomatoes, avocado, cheese, sour cream, hot peppers, salsa, lettuce, onions

SLIDERS: Potato/Hawaiian Buns & BBQ Sauce

BREAKFAST BURRITOS: Tortillas, scrambled eggs, tomatoes, avocado, cheese, sour cream, hot sauce

Directions

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1) Allow pork roast to defrost in refrigerator (24-48 hours) or in a ziplock bag with cool running water for a few hours. *not entirely necessary, I’ve added frozen roast to the slow cooker and just cooked it a little longer!

2) Remove pork roast from vac-seal bag and pat dry, then set in slow cooker and lightly cover in olive oil, sea salt and pepper

3) Set slow cooker on low for 8 hours. (some slow cookers, high works fine too)

4) Add quartered onions and some garlic cloves around the roast, pour a cider or beer over to 1-5 inches around roast (or barely covering the flatter leg roast)

optional: add apple slices or orange quarters for flavor,

5) add Spice Rub or more salt and pepper on top

6) let cook 6-8 hours on low (or high if your slow cooker doesn’t run too hot)

7) 1 hour before done - remove from slow cooker and pull apart meat in a dish or bowl. Remove bone and any excess fat. Return meat to slow cooker juices. Cook 1 more hour before serving.

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Print out the recipe below and save it for later!

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Or order Five Marys Volume : 2 “The Classics” cookbook HERE

Mary HeffComment