Two Fork Pork–Pulled Pork Doesn’t Get Any Easier

2014-10-02

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This is a good recipe for those multi packs of pork shoulder from Costco.  Cook one now, freeze the others, and cook the frozen ones exact same way from frozen into the slow cooker! Just may need more time.

Ingredients

  • 1 large pork shoulder
  • enough chicken stock to fill about inch of the pan
  • salt and pepper sprinkle
  • 2 bottles of your favorite BBQ sauce

Method

Step 1

Put pork shoulder in crock pot and sprinkle with salt and pepper.

Step 2

Pour chicken stock in pot, about an inch up sides.

Step 3

Cover and cook on low for about 6 hours or until meat registers 190F with thermometer.

Step 4

Take off lid and shred pork with two forks. (If a little too much liquid, drain some off.) Add BBQ sauce to consistency you like, cover and keep warm. Serve piled high on Italian rolls or sub rolls.

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