Thursday, August 4, 2011

~ Bar-b-Que Pork Sliders ~

I just made these for a party and thought I'd share with you. I know you've seen them everywhere....this is my version!  :-)
I found a boneless pork roast on sale for a very good was 3-1/2 lbs.  I used different
bar-b-que sauces this time as they were on sale. I really prefer KC Masterpiece and will go back to those next time. Everyone said this was excellent so it's just my taste preference.  It's great to use a slow cooker due to the food temp as well as not heating up the kitchen with the oven.

I placed almost a bottle of sauce in the bottom of the crockpot and placed the pork roast on top of that. I made little slits all over the top of the roast and inserted whole garlic cloves. I added 1 whole onion in generous slices.  Other seasonings used:

All Seasoning
Cavender's Greek Seasoning
Uncle Julio's Seasoning (local item)
Ground black pepper
I didn't add salt due to the sodium in the sauces
All of these are used generously...I recommend you use your favorites in the amount you desire.
We like things spicy around here!  :-)

I then poured the balance of the 1st bottle of sauce plus another full bottle over the pork, covered it and cooked 1 hour on high. I then changed the temperature to Low and cooked an additional 5-1/2 hrs.

Next step is to remove the entire roast from the slow cooker. I cut off the string netting holding it together and then shredded with 2 forks.

Lookin' good, huh?

After this is done, return it all to the slow cooker, cover with more b-b-que sauce if needed. Just make sure it's covered so it will be nice & moist.  Cook another hour on Low.  All done!  For those that know me, I'm sporadic with making photos while cooking/baking...just can't get the hang of it yet!  :-)  So.....I don't have a pic of the finished product so I'm using the pic below from another recipe.  You can add cole slaw (we had it on the side) or any other condiments to your sliders.  I buy the small rolls and don't heat them...the meat/sauce is hot enough...and again avoiding the oven in these brutal temps.

If you haven't tried these, I suggest you do. Easy and flavorful!

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  1. Oh yum. I have company coming next week, this is on the menu. Absolutely. xo,

  2. Wow, that pork looks amazing! And anything with Uncle Julio's has got to be good. I will be giving this a try the next time it's my turn to host my Bunco group. Plus it give's me an excuse to go Julio's for dinner and a cold margarita on the rocks, no salt please!

  3. Hi there, thanks for sharing looks so very delish! Perfect to share with everyone! :D

  4. They sound very tasty and the crockpot does most of the work. Perfect!

  5. Absolutely delicious!
    I just did a BBQ chicken post... we should team up!

    ~Good Rule: Keep Cool~
    ~Rainey @ The Project Table~

  6. Mmm...good pulled pork, nothing better. My new favorite is to pile pulled pork on a baked potato! So good!

  7. OMGosh- I love BBQ-Good BBQ that is. This looks wonderful and I will try it. Just need to copy it down so I don't forget it now. xo Diana

  8. Pat, this looks absolutely delish! Never thought I'd ever like cole slaw on my BBQ but I do! I'm going to save this one!

  9. Those look delicious! I love finding recipes that I can actually do. Thanks.

  10. Oh my goodness, my mouth is watering now! That looks so good!!!!

  11. Pat, thank you for stopping by our blog and your kind words. I did sign up for your giveaway, Nancy has an amazing selection of dishes! Your pulled pork looks yummy. I see you like to bake, me too, we will have to swap favorite cake recipes. Mine is hummingbird or coconut cake. Have a get weekend, Mom from the Cottage, Laura

  12. That looks delicious, Pat! I am so proud of you for getting as many photos as you did. I can only imagine how much everyone enjoyed them. That Uncle Julio's seasoning sounds intriguing. I'm going to have to look that one up. Thanks for sharing your recipe with us! Have a great weekend!

  13. Hi Pat,
    I just love it, just in the crock pot and it a done deal. It would be a great recipe for entertaining! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope to see you again real soon. Hope you are having a great week and stay cool over there!
    Miz Helen

  14. These look delicious! This will be on the menu very soon :)


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