Pulled pork is so easy to cook in the slow cooker. You can prepare it in the morning before work, and it’s ready to eat when you get home. It is the ultimate meal to make in advance. This slow-cooked pulled pork recipe is so juicy, and it’s melt-in-your-mouth tender.
Slow-cooked pulled pork has a sweet and robust flavor with the addition of a good quality barbecue sauce. While you can use other cuts of pork, we prefer a pork shoulder for this recipe.
If you use a piece of pork that has fat on it, you might not need to add fat to the pan. If you’re searing a lean cut of pork, then add about two tablespoons of cooking oil to the pan.
You might want to make your own BBQ sauce. But if you’re time-poor, a good quality smoky barbecue sauce works just the same.
While the pulled pork is great on a brioche bun with fresh coleslaw, it’s also great meat to add to your tacos or nachos. I even stir it through pasta on occasions.
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