Faye's Pulled Barbecue Pork
This recipe is very good and very simple. You just boil the meat until it falls off the bone, stir in the sauce and eat. Serve on your favorite buns and have plenty of coleslaw handy. Enjoy!
This recipe is very good and very simple. You just boil the meat until it falls off the bone, stir in the sauce and eat. Serve on your favorite buns and have plenty of coleslaw handy. Enjoy!
I loved this recipe...so easy in the crockpot. I didn't have bbq sauce, so I nearly doubled the spices and added 2 teaspoons of Tony Chachere's Creole seasoning. I cooked it all day in the crockpot with 3 cups of water. At the end of the day, I pulled the pork and strained the juice. I then put those back together on the stove top to simmer a bit. The flavor was GREAT! We used it for sandwiches.Read More
I loved this recipe...so easy in the crockpot. I didn't have bbq sauce, so I nearly doubled the spices and added 2 teaspoons of Tony Chachere's Creole seasoning. I cooked it all day in the crockpot with 3 cups of water. At the end of the day, I pulled the pork and strained the juice. I then put those back together on the stove top to simmer a bit. The flavor was GREAT! We used it for sandwiches.
Very good, I removed the meat and allowed it to cool then chopped it and put it into a casserole. I poured BBQ sauce over the meat and added about 1/2 cup broth from pot to keep it nice and juicy. I covered the casserole with foil and baked at 350 degrees for about 30 min. then served it on buns with sliced red onion and sweet pepper strips.
Fantastic! I got added broth instead of water, let the liquid reach a boil on the stove and then put it in the oven at 250 degrees for six and a half hours.
I used a center cut pork roast which is a little less fatty than a pork butt and not much more expensive. I cooked it 8 hours on low in the slow cooker and then shredded the meat and returned it to the cooker with barbeque sauce for another 30 minutes. I did add a bit of the cooking liquid back to the pot to keep the meat nice and moist. The success of any type of pulled pork has to do with choosing a barbeque sauce that you really like. I used Sweet Baby Ray's and my pulled pork fanatic declared it superb!
Wow. What else can I say? This has proved to be easier than I ever imagined and absolutely delicious. I read in a review that it ends up tasting like whatever barbeque sauce you use... so I took care and bought some of the really good stuff. I ended up having to use two bottles. And a suggestion! Something seemed to be lacking, so I sprinkled some brown sugar on top and mixed in. WOWZA! It was like magic!
This is absolutely devine!! I made an 8# roast and took it to work to share. It was a HUGE hit! I rubbed the seasonings into the meat and placed the roast in my crockpot. I added water, turned it on low, and woke to the delicious smell of pork. The meat had fallen completely off the bone. This is definately a keeper! Thanks for sharing.
This is great! The success of this recipe depends very much on the barbecue sauce used. I think it is important to pour off the excess grease and then add more barbecue sauce prior to serving. Served this with cole slaw, chips, pickles and fresh brewed iced tea. Thanks!
Delicious. This makes delicious sandwiches. Have lots of napkins on hand -- eating them can get messy.
Fabulous!! My family flipped for it, so I am making it again tonight for mom, dad, sister and kids. If you are using BBQ sauce... use Sweet Baby Ray's... I am so picky and these turned out AMAZING! Going to try the slow cooker this time though.
Meat turned out nice and tender. Great basic recipe for bar-b-que meat. I used another reviewer's idea to make it a casserole and it turned out great.
Good stuff and really easy. I put all the seasonings on at night and started the crockpot the next morning with a cup of water. After cooking for 8 hours I shredded it and put maybe a third of the liquid back in plus an entire bottle of KC masterpiece hot and spicy barbeque sauce. Cooked on high another hour to heat through and perfection! Will make again. Thanks!
I used the seasoning from this recipe and combined it with the cooking method from the slow cooker pulled pork recipe on this website. Instead of water, use root beer (for 6 lb. roast, use about 3 12 oz cans or 1 liter) and cooked it in the slow cooker. It was so tender and delicious!
Such a delicious and Easy way to make pulled pork. The only change that I have made is to use a Pork Loin. The wife and kids (when they visit) really like ie.
Great recipe but i changed few things around. Rubbed pork roast with garlic salt and pepper before placing in the crock pot, added 8oz of dr.pepper, cooked for 5 hours on high, drained well and added bbq sauce. Returned back to the crock pot for 1 hour. Very tasty, will make it again
Wow! I never thought I would be able to make this at home. Great recipe. Thanks for sharing.
Awesome recipe. I did the crock pot for 6hrs on high. thank you for sharing this! i used pork shoulder (4.6lbs)
YUM!! This recipe has been on my list to try for a while now, I wish I had made it sooner, it was delish. Pretty much followed the recipe as was, only I don't have a dutch oven so just slow cooked it in a regular casserole dish. covered in a low oven. I used Nana's barbeque sauce recipe found on this site and it was a family hit instantly. Will definitely become a regular meal in our house!
This turned out wonderful! I used frozen chicken breasts...put them in the crock pot, put the seasonings and garlic and onion on top. Then added a can of chicken broth and the bbq sauce (KC masterpiece) and let it cook all day long. Delicious, and so easy!
This has to be the easiest & best pulled pork I've tries. I did alert it a bit, I added liguid smoke and cider vingar to the boil to give it that real Eastern North Carolina Flavor
I did the oven method: bring to a boil on the stove then transfer to the oven at 250 degrees for 6 hours. It turned out wonderful very soft and tender. Thanks.
I'm sorry, but this was not very good. It lacks seasoning and tastes only like whatever bbq sauce you use.
I had no problem with this recipe; I'm not sure why it didn't work for some of the reviewers. Just don't overdo on the water, and add any extra seasonings that you enjoy. I made a 4 lb. roast in a dutch oven; it took about 3 1/2 hours to cook, and the whole house smelled wonderful! The meat, minus the BBQ sauce is basically "carnitas" in this family. This may not last until I get the chance to add the BBQ sauce---it will probably be gobbled up as taco filling!
tried this recipe. looked at reviews and took those into consideration. followed the recipe and it is perfect as is. but, if you are looking for more flavor, add jalapenos to the water as it simmers with the meat. more of the rub helps. as for bbq sauce, i make my own, so the spice level of the meat is not a factor for me. all in all, a great meal. paired with some corn on the cob and a side of cole slaw, makes for a great sunday afternoon picnic meal and leftovers!!!! well done.
This was a great simple recipe. I made it over night in a crock pot with some extra garlick and cayenne. I awake to a wonderful smelling house. Was able to shred it, add bbq sauce, and take to work for pot luck. The meat really pulled in a lot of the spice and bbq flavor before the potluck. Delish.
This was an excellent easy recipe. My husband and kids loved it. I used Sweet Baby Rays Barbecue Sauce and I added a little of the broth with it. I also served it with cole slaw and barbecue beans. This is a keeper so I will make it again, soon.
We're from Texas and we like it spicier than the recipe calls for. We use extra spicy sauce! My family loved it!
This was the first barbecue pork recipe I used after moving to the US. It's pretty good made as written but I now prefer to omit the cayenne, and use chipotle powder instead. I also use V8 juice instead of water for a bit more flavor. Thanks, Faye!
My compliments to the chef! This was delicious. I bought the steaks instead of the roast and it took less time to cook in the Dutch oven.
Wow, this was better than the pulled pork I had at our county fair a few weeks ago. As suggested by other reviewers I used Sweet Baby Rays barbecue sauce and it was to die for!
This is a really quick (to prepare) and easy recipe that tastes great. I throw it in the crock pot and get on with my day. I love pulled pork sandwiches and this makes a great one.
Very easy recipe! I made for my hubby on Father's Day and he loved it. I used country style ribs, came out perfect!
this was great! I made it in my crock pot and it was so amazing we had leftovers the next two nights because it was so good
Very good. I let mine cook in the slow cooker for about 6 hours. We enjoyed this very much and it makes a ton!!
This was fantastic! I used boneless/skinless chicken breasts in a slow cooker, and replaced the water with a can of vegetable broth. I made it for a Bible study group, and it was a huge hit - very few of my guests even used the BBQ sauce or the cheese that I put out for the sandwiches. Thanks!
OMG AMAZING! So easy to make... The meat was so tender and juicy it was delicious...i let it cook for like 6 hours but the barbeque sauce is what makes this amazing!
even better with my home made bbq sauce!
Great recipe. I made it a week before I needed it & froze it. Put it in a crock pot, added the BBQ sauce, and some of the original liquid I saved. Other reviewers are right, it will taste like the BBQ sauce you use.
This was one of the best barbeque recipes I have ever had. The meat was incredibly tender and moist. I bought the meat at the butcher counter, cut it in half and simmered in two dutch ovens because I needed it to cook faster (I was running late). It only took 3 hours to cook (each piece of meat was 4 1/2 pounds). I used two full bottles of barbeque sauce and I bet I spent under $15 for everything I needed for 8 pounds of barbeque! Thanks so much for a wonderful recipe that I will make again and again!
Very easy and very good. Threw the spices and onion in the slow cooker before i went to work. When I got home I took the pork out and shredded it, took some of the liquid out and added the pork and bbq sauce back.
Amazing flavor and perfectly cooked. Moist and tender. Delicious with Cattlemen's Carolina Tangy Gold! You will not be disappointed!!
For simplicity, I just sprinkle on garlic and onion powder and throw it in the crock pot. After 8 hours, I pull the fat off, take out some of the liquid, shred the meat and then add the BBQ sauce. I make this for DH to take to work all the time!
This was the best pulled pork I have ever made! I took the suggestions of others and added back some of the juice and added the barbeque sauce (Famous Dave's Sweet and Zesty, our favorite) and then baked it in a casserole dish for half and hour. It was outstanding! It does make a huge batch, but I just froze it in bags in individual serving size and it is perfect for a quick lunch or dinner!
Very good, cooked in the oven covered with aluminum foil for 4 hours..turned out great.
Delicious !!! Thanks for sharing it with all of us
Great, I added some liquid smoke and used the slow cooker.
We love this recipe. I make it often. I use Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce and it great.
This recipe is exactly what I was looking for. After making pulled pork with only bbq sauce and being terribly disappointed, I was thrilled to find this one. Thanks Faye! :)
excellent and easy!
Great for left over pork tenderloin!
Great recipe and very easy! I made this in the crock pot. I halved the recipe, then rubbed the meat with the spices, let it cook for about 6-7 hours in the crock pot. Then discarded the juice and shredded the pork. Added a bottle of sweet smokey KC BBQ sauce and let it simmer in the crock pot for about an hour more. WOW! This was ten times better than I expected! 3 lbs of pork made enough for two to eat on for 3 days. Definately a recipe I will add to my recipe box!
Its an okay recipe. It tastes like whatever BBQ sauce used.
We love this recipe. We always make it in the crock pot. Since the leftover broth is so flavorful (once you skim off the fat) we use it to make a veggie and pork dumpling soup. Thanks for the recipe!!
This is so easy and so good, I use Sweet Baby Rays barbecue sauce and K.C. Masterpiece for seasoning while its cooking. Then I put butter on buns and a little garlic powder and toast them and then pile on the meat. Deeelicious! A new favorite and my friends love it too.
Turned out great! I have to get a slow cooker instead so my house doesn't get so hot! The meat was really flavorful even before I put the sauce on. Can't wait to experiment with better sauces and bring this to the next barbecue!
I made it on pretzel buns with horseradish Munster cheese. Delicious
Excellent recipe for a beginner cook such as myself. Very tender and yummy!! :O)
Great recipe! I added back some of the juices and used Sweet Baby Rays. Everyone loved it!
This is the best barbecue that I have EVER tasted! I used all the same ingredients in the same amounts except for the amount of meat and barbecue sauce. I was just trying it out and used 3 pork chops and about a cup of barbecue sauce. I boiled the chops for about an hour, chopped them, then added the sauce and let it simmer for awhile. DELICIOUS!!! You must try this one!
Very, very good, made it with pressure cooker in only 1h 15min! I also used the Bourbon Whiskey BBQ Sauce from this site, and it blended perfectly.
This is awesome. I normally don't even like this type of dish. My family does, so I tried it. I love this dish. I will defintely keep this for future use.
It was pretty good but mine turned pink! The sauce was red?! Who knows?
This was really good and easy. My whole family loved it.
takes a long time to fall off the bones but it's worth it!!!
This is, without a doubt, one of the best recipes I have ever tasted.
I didn't use the cayenne pepper while making this. We just didn't have any. This was quite tasty and very very tender. This was served on mini rolls and none survived.
This was fantastic. I do monthly dinners for groups of 40-60 people and pulled pork in crock pots takes way to long. This way of cooking was great and very tasty for managing large groups. I got compliments and request for the recipe from many people. It worked so well for large groups that we actually did it for a club affair for 400 people and it was a hit. I did add a bit more garlic and we used Sweet Baby Rays Barbeque sauce. Fantastic
Wow this pulled pork is the best I ever had!!! All i can say is yummy. Thanks for this great recipe :)
I followed the entire recipe exactly. It turned out very very tough, not tender at all.
I cooked this in french onion soup and beef broth, with some creole seasoning, 2 bay leaves, and 2 finely chopped celery stalks...and used about 1.5 cups of Cattleman's BBQ sauce. Delicious.
My family and friends loved it. I made two roasts for my Memorial Day Picnic one mild as per recipe and the other spicy hot. Everybody raved about it. It was good I had to give the recipe out to everybody.
I used meaty country spareribs instead of the pork butt and Cattleman's Hickory Smoke BBQ Sauce. It came out GREAT!! Husband doesn't like BBQ sauce, so he took his share w/o the sauce as carnitas, and then I added the BBQ sauce for the rest of the family. Everyone loved it! A keeper for sure.
This recipe makes alot (for not a lot of money!), so make sure you invite plenty of people over to enjoy these sandwiches. We like our pulled pork really saucy, so we added extra bbq sauce and also topped our sandwiches with cole slaw. YUMMY!
I have used this recipe a couple of times. It's ok if your craving barbecue, but don't expect it to taste like real smoked barbecue.
Tastes even better the next day and so easy to make!!
Follow directions. Used pork tenderloin! Yum!
had no seasoning salt so added garlic plus,added some worchestshire sauce,used a combination of sweet baby rays bbq sauce and diana original. When thickening more added about 1 1/2 tbsp chicken soup base with about 1/2 cup brown gravy mix then poured in cooker. I als used 1 1/2 lb left over pork loin roast for this recipe and it was awesome. Next day i cooked minute rice and put pulled pork over top and added soy sauce and it was delicious too
I did not include any cayenne pepper since I don't like things too spicy. I used less than what said because I had about 2.75 lbs of pork and sprinkled liberally with garlic powder and used some salt and pepper too. I cooked a long time in my crockpot so it was good and soft. Pulled it with two forks and then added the sauce until I had enough to my liking as I don't like mine dripping. Enough for flavor... Overall I'm very happy with this and would make this again. 4.5 stars
Came out great, I used a Dutch Oven and it took about 4 hrs for an average size roast.
Perfect and exactly what I was looking for! Thanks!!
Absolutely delish!!! I added more than called for garlic and onion. So easy .....served as pulled pork slider on King's Hawaiian rolls with coleslaw. A hit at the table.
I have made this recipe several times and my whole family loves ! I cook until the meat falls off the bone. I shred the pork and then add some of the juices back to the meat if it seems too dry. I also add a little extra garlic salt to taste and we are good to go! We add the sauce on the side. Love this recipe!
Excellent recipe. I took someone's advice and after cooking the roast on the stove, I put it in the oven for 30 minutes with the BBQ sauce. I mixed about 1/4 of the meat with a vinegar based sauce for my husband and baked that as well. My kids can't wait to eat the leftovers for lunch tomorrow.
My go to recipe - turns out great, easy to do and flavor can be adjusted depending on what BBQ sauce you use
So good. AND i used the bbq sauce recipe from Suzanne2802 "Slow cooker Barbecue Ribs". LOVE this sauce!!!
This was so simple to make. This tastes as good or better than the 2 local soul food/BBQ places in our neighborhood. The meat was flavorful and tender, it was great with or without sauce. I had to substitute garlic powder instead of cloves, and cooked mine in the oven at 400 for 1 hour and 300 for another 4 and let it sit overnight closed in the oven.
Followed that recipe for the rub. Coated the pork butt then left it covered in the refrigerator overnight. Added the onions and water to the crockpot in the morning and let it go on low all day. What a great dinner!
We liked it. But it had no real pizazz. I probably would not make this dish once or twice a year.
The meat was so tender. I drained most of the juices and then added the BBQ sauce otherwise it would have been like a soup.
Great recipe! I changed it a bit by using a pressure cooker. It makes it a lot more tender a lot faster and it really absorbs the spices.
This was SO good! I scaled to 3 servings for my 2lb roast and put the rubbed roast with a little bit of water and the chopped onion in the crock pot on low for about 7 hours. Then drained, shredded, and added Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce. Everyone enjoyed this recipe very much!
I followed the recipe except we love sweet pulled pork so I used brown sugar rather than cayenne pepper. I slow cooked it for 7 hours over night. Oh and I used shoulder like others mentioned and sweet baby ray's BBQ sauce.... Amazing and there is plenty to go round! Very easy to follow and complete will make again. Excited to share for our camping trip...
This was really good. For Fourth of July I made it at my family barbecue and everybody loved it. I partially broke the Rules because I actually didn't grill it but it was still a smashing hit! I just added some special spices to the sauce and it was perfect.
Great base recipe to modify to your tastes. Yum!
my hubby loves this recipe!!!
This is hands-down my family's favorite pulled pork recipe. I couldn't begin to count how many times I've made it. Thank you for sharing it!
This is the best pulled pork recipe I've found. I throw everything in the crockpot at the same time. I use onion powder instead of chopped onions. I also add liquid smoke and some smoked paprika. I let it cook on high all day. Thanks for posting this recipe!
yes season it and let it sit for a hour and not a lot of bbq sauce oh my god it was sooooo good