Top Rated Pulled Pork Recipes

It's not often in life that minimal work reaps big rewards. Pulled pork defies this unfortunate principle. Though it takes basically all day to cook, it requires surprisingly little effort. You don't need a grill, and you don't need to make your apartment unnecessarily hot. All you need is a slow cooker — any size and make will do — and the below ingredients. The smallest Crock-Pots can be a bit trickier, but it's completely manageable. Use as much of the pork as you can fit, and adjust the amount of ingredients you use based on how much pork you're able to use. One problem we've experienced with the super-small slow cookers is that the juices can get dangerously high — keep a baster nearby and check every couple of hours. If the juices are approaching the slow cooker's lid, use the baster to remove some of the liquid.
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This recipe is from Astoria's Katch Brewery & Grill, and it has you brine the pork shoulder for up to three days so that it's extra moist and tender. This sandwich wouldn't be complete without a coleslaw topping, though, and chef Chad Bowser shares his signature recipe for this, too. 
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Chef Paul Steele of Phoenix Public Market Café makes his pulled pork by pre-roasting the pork in a flavorful dry rub, and then braising it until perfectly tender. Tossed in a smoky barbecue sauce and topped with coleslaw, it's a pretty remarkable version of the classic pulled pork sandwich. 
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Pulled Pork Baked Beans
This non-traditional chili uses pulled pork instead of regular meat. It takes only 30 minutes to make and still brings the best flavors. 
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This non-traditional chili uses pulled pork instead of regular meat. It takes only 30 minutes to make and still brings the best flavors.  For more recipes, visit bushbeans.com.
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Pulled Pork Pancakes
There’s a supremely popular restaurant in Vancouver that specializes in brunch. I generally don’t mind a bit of a wait for good food, but lines out the door and wait times of over an hour and a half are a bit much, even for me. Sometimes, though, waiting is worth it when you come across that genius restaurant dish that seems easy enough to make at home. After tasting pulled pork pancakes myself, I tried my hand at making my own, and once I figured out the recipe, there was no looking back. — Stephanie Le, author of Easy GourmetClick here for more of our best pancake recipes.
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For your next tailgating party, make these sliders. With a limited cost of store-bought ingredients, they're fun and great to serve when you have a lot of people coming over.     
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Slow Cooker Pulled Pork
For most people, pulled pork is one of those dishes that's worth going out for because it seems like such a hassle to make at home — however, with the help of a handy slow cooker, this meaty comfort food dish is super easy to make.Like most dishes that are made using a slow cooker, the prep is minimal and the bulk of the work is done by the appliance, so with some patience, the pork will be fork-tender and ready to pull without much effort at all. Click here to see The Slow Cooker Challenge.
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Maple Pulled Pork
Enjoy this easy and delicious maple pulled pork with flavorful spices enhanced by the subtle sweetness of maple. It’s the perfect dish for football season; either serve the dish to your guests straight from the slow cooker or pack it up for a game day tailgate. The whole team will love it! This recipe comes from Pure Canadian Maple Syrup. Click Here to See More Slow Cooker Recipes
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Slimming World
Barbecued pulled pork is an absolute classic, and no summer is complete without it. This summer, don't worry about your waistline with this healthy version of this delicious dish.This recipe is courtesy of Slimming World.
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This recipe is the ultimate in set it and forget it! This is perfect for a game-day dish or easy weeknight meal.
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This award-winning recipe for pulled pork combines Bourbon whiskey with the tart flavor of blackberries. Don't have a smoker? That's ok, because this recipe offers the option of slow cooking the pork in the oven, as well. 
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