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I bought a 5 lb. boneless half pork loin. Cut it in 3 pieces and seasoned it with salt, pepper, onion powder and garlic powder. Put it in the crockpot (tight fit). Added about 1/2 cup water. Covered and cooked on high for 1 hour, then low for 7 hours. It made a lot of gravy/broth that was delicous and I didn't really want to throw it out. So after taking the pork out onto a platter to shred, I emptied the broth into a measuring cup that allows fat to separate. I shredded the pork and added back to the crockpot and about a cup of the broth to moisten it a bit. Added a 24 oz bottle of Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce and cooked together until hot again about 1 hour. Simply delicous! It was just enough BBQ sauce to flavor but not over power it. Served it on Hawaiian slider rolls. Yum! Only thing I did differently was add back some of the broth instead of throwing it away. Will definitely make again!
Frankly, I couldn't imagine a two-ingredient recipe, but I had a 5 lb. pork loin in the freezer and a large 45 ounce bottle of KC Masterpiece Original Barbeque sauce in the pantry. It was potluck Sunday at church and I needed to come up with something. I made the recipe as written and the meat shredded perfectly and was moist and tender. I added the entire bottle of sauce, cooled it and refrigerated it. Sunday morning I put it in a disposable foil pan and covered it with foil and baked at 350 for about an hour. I had people coming up to me saying they heard I had made the pork and to tell me how delicious it was.
After cooking the pork loin for several hours with just a little water in the bottom, I noticed the meat was very dry. I poured in one can of Coke and added several cloves of garlic to create a marinade sauce, and let it cook on high temp for another few hours. It came out delicious! Next time, I would use less barbeque sauce--I emptied the whole bottle and it overwhelmed the other flavors.
Love this recipe. The only thing I did differently was make a dry rub using dark brown sugar chili powder kosher salt cumin and cinnamon. Hubby requested Sweet Baby Ray's Original BBQ Sauce. He loved it lots of flavor and very moist. Thank you for sharing!