Friday, March 30, 2012

2 Ingredient Slow Cooker Pulled Pork

Now that I gave you the recipe for barbecue sauce yesterday barbecue sauce recipe, today I'm going to give you a great slow cooker recipe that only uses two ingredients.

Once you've made up a batch of sauce, you can put this together in 5 minutes before you go to work, and in the evening you will have a delicious meal plus lots of extras for your freezer.

Pulled pork is usually used as a sandwich filling, but there are many ways to eat this delicious dish that don't involve bread.

You can roll it up in crepes with some shredded lettuce and top it with a bit of  salsa.
egg crepe recipe

You can eat it with mashed cauliflower and some hot mixed vegetables as a main meal.
creamy cauliflower recipe

Or you can eat it with salad greens and make it into a warm salad.

However you decide to eat it, this is a great dish to add to your recipe file.

  Pulled Pork

Ingredients :

-  1 pork loin or butt roast
-  1 cup of barbecue sauce barbecue sauce recipe **

** You can use a sugar-free barbecue sauce instead if you really need to, but making your own sauce is so easy you really should try it.

Directions :

-  Place pork roast into slow cooker
-  Pour barbecue sauce over roast
-  Cook on low for 8 hours
-  Remove the meat, pull it into shreds, and then put back into the sauce.
-  Let cook for another hour, then serve.

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