jalapeños, fresh cilantro, tomatoes Instructions Heat up leftover pulled pork (or make fresh pulled pork) In a skillet over medium high heat, brush with a little canola oil and heat each tortilla for a minute or so on each side Prepare corn salsa and refrigerate until ready to serve Top warmed tortillas with pork, corn, onions, BBQ sauce and other toppings as desired Notes Depending on how much pork you have leftover this can serve a large crowd
-Place the meat in the slowcooker and pour the entire bottle of liquid smoke over both roasts. I was completely inspired to make this recipe by one of my favorite food blogs and bloggers, Stephanie over at Plain Chicken
SlowCooker Honey Whiskey BBQ Pulled Pork. SlowCooker. Of course, I didn't just create the sauce to eat by the spoonful (but I'm okay with it if you do that too) but to put on a nice pulled pork sandwich
This was how this slowcookerpulled pork came to be. Whenever there's food items needing to be used there and then I usually employ the "stick everything in the slowcooker" method of emergency rescue, or, with fruit and vegetables "stick everything in the Vitamix"
Pulled Pork from the SlowCooker. While perhaps nothing can be compared to a bone-fide Pork Butt, also known as Pork Shoulder, smoked in a barbecue, this recipe, done in the slowcooker, yields absolutely moist, tender and delicious results
I also needed to make sure it was something everyone would ost certainly enjoy, so I decided it was time to use one of my Club House recipe mixes and made the BBQ Pulled Pork for the boys for SlowCooker Thursday